Anthony Davis Clarifies Reason For Sitting During LeBron's Record-Breaking Shot

Photo: Instagram/Anthony Davis 

Anthony Davis caused a stir when he was seen sitting on the bench during the historic moment when LeBron James became the NBA's all-time leading scorer.

While fans and social media were quick to speculate on the reason behind Davis' action, he recently clarified what happened after a game.

Davis shared his reasoning for sitting during the special moment, stating that he was dealing with a groin injury and needed to rest.

Photo: Instagram/Anthony Davis 

Despite the drama surrounding the moment, Davis' injury was a legitimate reason for him to sit, and it had nothing to do with his relationship with LeBron.

Real fans would know this, and Davis' explanation provides clarity for those who were curious.

The focus on LeBron's record-breaking moment may have contributed to the Lakers' loss in the game, as the team seemed to prioritize the record over winning the game.

However, now that the record is in the past, the Lakers can focus on winning games for the remainder of the season.

It was a strange sight to see Davis sitting during such an important moment, but it's important to recognize that he had a legitimate reason for doing so.

Now that the record has been broken, the Lakers can move forward and work towards their goals as a team.

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Source: SI.com

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