Anthony Davis is already one of the league’s best players and a possible MVP candidate when healthy, but he still looks for areas to improve his game.
The 26-year-old is getting set to play for the Los Angeles Lakers after being traded by the New Orleans Pelicans and he wants to become a consistent threat from beyond the arc.
Davis seems to not only be working on refining his deep ball but seems to have added an entirely new weapon in a step-back three-pointer.
Combine that with the fact that he already possesses handles, athleticism, and a post-game, a threat from beyond the arc is almost being a cheat code.
Imagine him hitting these type of shots on a consistent basis and spreading the floor for guys named LeBron James and Kyle Kuzma.
This will be the best big man LeBron has played with since Chris Bosh in Miami and Kevin Love in Cleveland.
Not only that, if DeMarcus Cousins returns to form, there goes yet another threat coming off the bench when Anthony Davis tears up the court.