Anthony Davis is very confident that the Lakers will win the championship trophy once the NBA game restarts. The Los Angeles Lakers star says that all the players have gotten enough rest due to the coronavirus lockdown and they will be fresh to play in the NBA Restart.
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NBA teams such as Lakers, Clippers, Bucks, Nuggets and Raptors are the top contenders to lift the Larry O’Brien trophy of the NBA 2020-21 season which was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Anthony Davis has full faith in the Lakers team and claims that his team will win the NBA trophy when the game resumes.
Anthony Davis claims Lakers will Win the NBA Title after the Game Restart
NBA teams after lockdown won’t be the same as there are both positive and negative effects on all the rosters. Some of the NBA sides will lose the playoffs momentum due to being out of play for so long, meanwhile, some teams will be fully refreshed and ready to take charge after getting enough rest in the lockdown.
Anthony Davis says that his team is 100 percent healthy and he is fully confident that they will easily win the NBA championship title by claiming a victory in the finals.
I think our chances are higher because we’re all rested. We’re all ready to go. If anything, our chances got higher, and it’s going to be about who wants it more. Everybody had a decompression of the season. It’s about which team wants it more and which team can stay healthy.
Los Angeles Lakers Team Position and Roster Updates
Anthony Davis and LeBron James will be once again back to lead the Los Angeles Lakers after recovering from their injuries. Both the superstars are healthy now and it makes the Lakers, top contenders for the NBA finals. Avery Bradley might not be joining the roster due to the health of his daughter and will miss the NBA restart games in Orlando.
J.R. Smith and Dwight Howard can replace the missing shooter position and the addition of the veteran stars will benefit the Lakers a lot. The Lakers are already at the top of NBA Western Conference with 49-14 record and will be looking to win the title once NBA games resume from July 30 at Walt Disney Florida sports complex.