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Overall Grade: B-
Coming out of college, one of the most underrated aspects about Anthony Davis' game was his offensive versatility. Although Davis was a respected player who had the length to finish in traffic, his most significant offensive contributions come on the perimeter.
Something he placed on full display against the Washington Wizards.
Davis hit a smooth 18-foot jump shot with 0:53 remaining in the first quarter. He did so in motion, displaying that his bum ankle was not hurting him as much as one might have believed.
He also drove from the top of the key to drop in a driving left-hand lay-up.
Paired with his ability to handle the ball and his underrated passing, Davis had a solid evening along the perimeter.
The one concern for Davis is his ability to set screens.
Davis has a tendency to set a screen and roll too closely to the ball-handler, thus creating traffic at the top of the key. The facilitator then has a small window of opportunity to find Davis on the dive and is often forced to dribble out further than he had planned.
Other than that, a fundamentally sound evening from Davis.