3:24 AM EDT, Tue September 16, 2014
Rotoworld 14 hours ago
Anthony Davis averaged 12.3 points, 6.6 boards, 0.8 assists, 0.9 steals and 2.1 blocks in just 20 minutes per game at the FIBA World Cup.
CSN Washington Aug 29, 2014
Anthony Davis and Kyrie Irving are positioned for big roles for Team USA in the World Cup. The inside-outside duo aren't the only key players in Group C.
Sacramento Bee Aug 28, 2014
Anthony Davis is eager, not to mention proud, to accept the physical risks that go with playing without pay for Team USA.
Sacramento Bee Aug 26, 2014
Anthony Davis scored 18 points and teamed with forward Kenneth Faried to dominate the inside, leading the U.S. national team to a 101-71 victory over Slovenia on Tuesday in its final exhibition game before the FIBA World Cup of Basketball.
Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago Aug 21, 2014
Anthony Davis' play for Team USA has made the collective mind of Chicago basketball dance. Would Davis, a Chicago native, come back home to team with Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls? That scenario is still several years off, but that doesn't mean that fans can't enjoy the pair together in the moment as they did over the weekend when the Perspectives Charter product teamed up with Rose, the pride of Simeon High School, for the first time on Saturday night at the United Center.
Welcome to Loud City Aug 18, 2014
We could be this much closer to seeing Anthony Davis become a basketball god. I was fortunate enough to be able to attend Team USA's open practice at West Point today. It wasn't televised, but was attended by thousands of cadets, soldiers, and families. Here's what I was able to glean.... Aside from the pagentry resulting from the collaboration of military and sport, the story of the day had to be Anthony Davis. During the practice, Team USA was split into two squads and mixed with the Army's men's and women's college basketball teams. Both mixed teams took turns shooting around 20-30...
Detroit Bad Boys Aug 17, 2014
While Drummond sat on the bench, another AD, Anthony Davis, starred in Team USA's 95-78 win. Despite DeMarcus Cousins being out due to an injured knee, Andre Drummond did not play on Saturday in Chicago. Anthony Davis and Miles Plumlee saw all of the minutes in the middle while Drummond was cemented to the bench. Prior to Saturday's game, Drummond was expected to play -- some reporters even speculated that he might start alongside fellow 21-year-old Anthony Davis -- so it was extremely disappointing to see him not receive even a second of playing time in Team USA's 17-point win. Davis was...