Jennifer Stewart-USA TODAY Sport
Nobody saw Anthony Davis contributing this much offensively as a rookie. That's because at around 6'11'', he weighs the same amount as shooting guard James Harden at 220 pounds.
Davis' days spent playing guard in high school have done wonders for him with the Hornets. He's able to play facing the basket on the perimeter and take advantage of the slower foot speeds of his frontcourt competitors.
But that's only half the battle.
Now, he must take advantage of his size, touch and awareness inside. By putting on muscle, he'll get easier finishes at the rim and better looks in the post.
It will also help him defensively. Though listed as a power forward or center, Davis would struggle defending guys like Carlos Boozer or Zach Randolph.
When Davis bulks up, he's going to be one of the toughest covers in the entire NBA. Adding weight to his frame will benefit him on both sides of the ball.