Tiger Fight, October 1st. In the first game of the NBA Finals that ended today, the Lakers defeated the Heat 116-98, leading by 1-0.
After the game, Lakers player Anthony Davis was interviewed by reporters and talked about his first finals.
"I just want to get on the court, play energy, and try to be more aggressive in offensive rebounds." Davis said of his mentality in the first Finals, "I try not to shoot too much. Jump shot, but try to rule the penalty area."
"This is a good start, but the work is not over yet." Davis added.
Anthony Davis scored 34 points in this game. Since the 1976-1977 NBA and the ABA merged, only Allen Iverson, Kevin Durant and Michael Jordan have scored more than Davis’s 34 points in their first Finals. Talking about this record At the time, Davis said: "It's an honor to be compared with these great names, and I hope to hear my name in the discussion of championship winners in the future."