Tiger Fight, October 12 In the sixth game of the finals that ended today, the Lakers defeated the Heat 106-93, and the series won the championship with a 4-2 score. After the game, Lakers forward Anthony Davis was interviewed.
When asked about the significance of winning the championship to his historical achievements, Davis said: "This is part of your historical achievements, you can claim to be a champion. Not everyone can say that. I also wanted to do the same in New Orleans. Things. I stayed there for 7 years. Whenever you set foot on the field, you want to fight for the championship. Once close, enter the second round. We thought that before DeMarcus (Cousins) was injured We still have a chance. To be honest, this (winning) will only put you on a greater burden. The teams will try to catch up with you next year, especially when you are one of the top players. Everyone wants to kill the championship. . In the next four or five years, you have to get better and better. I have to keep improving my level of competition and hope I can feel this way again."
When asked if he has grown compared to last year’s application to the Pelicans, Davis said: “I think staying with these guys will definitely help. Maybe in the last two months, in New Orleans, Obviously the atmosphere is not stable. We talked to each other in front of each other and were booed, and so on. I think, when I was a member of that team, I played on the court, like letting I was prepared for such a moment. Obviously, it was a difficult environment and situation for me. But I was able to cope with and withstand all that, even though I was playing games at the time, I showed the same vitality and confidence. And These guys are playing on the same field. They want to give you the best things. They want you to win and complete the championship. It’s a special feeling. It’s all worth it. It’s a tough time, but like I said Yes, I am a champion. When I was traded, the only thing I wanted was to be a champion, to compete and to win. I did this in my first year with the Lakers."
In this game, Davis played 35 minutes, made 7 of 17 shots, had 19 points, 15 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks.