Per Game Stats: 24.4ppg (4th in league) 10.2rpg 2.2apg 2.9bpg (League Leading) 1.5spg 30.89per (League Leading)
Anthony Davis helped lead the Pelicans to 45 wins and their first playoff berth in the Post-Chris Paul era. He stuffed the stat sheet putting up the greatest line for a 22 year old since Lebron James. His 30.89 per was the 11th highest per in N.B.A history. Anthony Davis got 5th in M.V.P voting and if it wasn’t for his team’s record he might have taken home the award. Davis is already putting up M.V.P numbers and there is no doubt in my mind that he will win the award and defensive player of the year in the near future. Davis developed a mid-range number which helped stretch the floor and create more space for Tyreke Evans and Jrue Holiday to attack the paint. At times it seemed like Davis could do everything this was most evident when he dropped 36 points 14 rebounds 9 blocks and 7 assist in a double overtime loss to the Denver nuggets on march 15th. At 22 years old Davis already looks like he can drop a quadruple doubles nightly if he adds an outside shot and works on his facilitating Davis will be able to do literally everything.