Anthony Davis is a Chicago native whose uncle taught him the game of basketball in grammar school. The budding prospect has been getting better ever since. Davis is coveted for his versatility and some of the nation’s top schools are after him. In an one on one interview during the NBAPA Top 100 Camp, Davis sat down to chat with BDN.
You have two games under your belt and have been participating in drills. What have you learned thus far in the camp?
It’s been a great experience so far with some of the players past and present and they’re teaching me a lot of things post wise and shooting wise. Since I was a guard last year being 6-2 or 6-3. I always had my guard skills where I can dribble and shoot. So they’re trying to teach me more ball handling as a big because if you’re a big that can shoot and dribble, you can score. A lot of bigs here don’t have that same skill set..
Describe your game for those who have not seen you play in your own words?
Tayshaun Prince. A lot of people compare me to Kevin Durant because I’m a big guy long and lanky who can really shoot the ball and get up and down the floor. The person I work out with, we do a lot of Kevin Durrant skills work, like stepping through the man on the post to create space to where your shots are not contested.
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