Anthony Davis Reveals Hilarious Reaction To Rui Hachimura's Dunking Skills

Photo: Instagram/Rui Hachimura

The Los Angeles Lakers' Rui Hachimura was a critical player in their 128-112 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 1 of their NBA Playoffs series.

After the game, his teammate Anthony Davis exposed Hachimura for having saved a video on his phone that serves as proof of his dunking skills, specifically dunking on Davis.

Hachimura frequently shows the video to his teammate Austin Reaves, who, along with Davis, teases him about his dunking abilities.

Photo: Instagram/Rui Hachimura's athleticism is on full display as he soars above Jaren Jackson Jr. for the vicious posterizing dunk during game 1 of their NBA playoff series.

Davis claimed that Hachimura's dunk on him was an offensive foul since he elbowed him in the face, but the referees didn't call it.

It's likely that the dunk Hachimura saved on his phone was the one he did on Anthony Davis before he joined the Lakers.

Washington traded Hachimura to the Lakers in January 2022 in exchange for Kendrick Nunn and some picks.

Despite the playful teasing between teammates, Davis and Hachimura, they are in good spirits following their big win in Memphis.

Hachimura led the Lakers with a 29-point explosion coming off the bench, hitting nearly all his shots from deep, going 5-for-6 on his 3-point attempts.

Davis also had an impressive performance, scoring 22 points, grabbing 12 rebounds, and blocking seven shots in 37 minutes on the court.

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Source: Clutch Points


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