Anthony Davis learned how to play big when he had to play small

Anthony Davis - photo by Walter Cornett | WildcatWorld.com
Anthony Davis - photo by Walter Cornett | WildcatWorld.com

In the ever-evolving NBA, size hasn’t necessarily been devalued; rather, the number of quality players towering over their counterparts has diminished immensely. But the desire to find a potentially franchise-altering big man remains the same — perhaps more than ever in a league dominated by point guards — and the will have a rare opportunity to draft a potentially dominant, shot-blocking forward who just happened to be a 6-foot-2 guard three years ago.   did not have a problem learning how to play big, partly because he already had honed his talents before undergoing an astounding eight-inch growth spurt that elevated him from unknown high school prospect to the nation’s top recruit.

 

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