Anthony Davis Stats: Height, Weight, Position, Net Worth

Anthony Davis Stats: Height, Weight, Position, Net Worth

Anthony Davis

  • Personal Information:
    • Full Name: Anthony Marshon Davis Jr.
    • Nicknames: Unibrow, The Brow, AD, Ant, Phatman, Street Clothes, Wilt Davis
    • Date of Birth: March 11, 1993
    • Age: 30 years
    • Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA
    • Parents:
      • Father: Anthony Davis Sr.
      • Mother: Erainer Davis
    • Spouse: Marlen Polanco Davis (Married in 2021)
    • Children: Three children
  • Career Information:
    • Current Team:
      • Los Angeles Lakers (Jersey #3, Positions: Power Forward/Center)
    • Position: Center, Power Forward
    • Draft:
      • Year: 2012
      • Round: 1st
      • Pick: 1st overall by the New Orleans Hornets
    • NBA Debut: October 31, 2012
    • Experience: 11 years
  • Physical Details:
    • Height: 2.08 m (6 feet 10 inches)
    • Weight: 114 kg (253 pounds)
    • Wingspan: 2.27 m
    • Shoe Size: Size 17 (US)
  • Financial & Contractual Details:
    • Latest Contract: 3 years, $177,130,000 (Signed August 6, 2023)
    • Average Annual Salary: $59,043,333
    • Net Worth: Estimated $160 million
  • Other Details:

Anthony Davis Net Worth

As of 2024, Anthony Davis’ net worth is estimated to be around USD160 million.

Anthony Davis, a towering figure in the NBA with the Los Angeles Lakers, has built an impressive net worth estimated at $160 million as of 2024, showcasing his success on and off the basketball court. His financial portfolio is bolstered by his significant NBA salary, lucrative endorsement deals, and savvy investments​​​​​​.

  • Net Worth and Financial Achievements:
    • Davis’s net worth of approximately $160 million is a testament to his stellar basketball career and off-court ventures​​.
    • His landmark contract extension in August 2023, valued at $186 million over three years, set a new record for the largest contract extension in NBA history at that time, highlighting his elite status in the league​​.
  • Income Sources:
    • Beyond his NBA earnings, Davis has secured endorsement deals with top brands such as Nike, Foot Locker, and Saks, significantly enhancing his income​​.
    • His annual NBA salary post-extension stands at an astounding $62 million, with additional earnings from endorsements potentially pushing his yearly income to around $80 million​​.
  • Lifestyle and Investments:
    • Davis’s investments include a $31 million mansion in Bel Air, Los Angeles, reflecting his financial success and taste for luxury​​.
    • His vehicle collection boasts high-end models such as the Mercedes-Benz S550 Coupe, indicating his penchant for luxury automobiles​​​​.
  • Philanthropy:
    • Beyond his financial accomplishments, Davis is known for his philanthropy, notably through his foundation, which focuses on assisting underprivileged children and promoting educational initiatives​​.

Anthony Davis’s journey from a promising young talent to one of the NBA’s highest earners and a financial powerhouse illustrates the potential for athletes to leverage their on-court success into substantial off-court wealth. His strategic approach to career management, endorsements, and personal investments has not only secured his financial future but also enabled him to give back to the community, solidifying his status as a role model in the sports world.

Anthony Davis Stats

Anthony Davis, playing as a Power Forward for the Los Angeles Lakers with jersey number #3, has been showcasing impressive performances in recent games. Below is a summary of his recent performances and career statistics:

Anthony Davis Recent Performance:

  • 12/6 vs PHX (W 106-103): 39 min, 38.5% FG, 0.0% 3P, 87.5% FT, 27 pts, 15 REB, 2 BLK
  • 12/3 vs HOU (W 107-97): 37 min, 45.5% FG, 0.0% 3P, 77.8% FT, 27 pts, 14 REB, 5 BLK
  • 12/1 @ OKC (L 133-110): 36 min, 61.1% FG, 0.0% 3P, 90.0% FT, 31 pts, 14 REB
  • 11/30 @ DET (W 133-107): 29 min, 60.0% FG, 0.0% 3P, 76.9% FT, 28 pts, 16 REB, 3 BLK
  • 11/28 @ PHI (L 138-94): 32 min, 50.0% FG, 0.0% 3P, 60.0% FT, 17 pts, 11 REB, 1 BLK

Anthony Davis Career Averages (Per Game):

  • Games Played (GP): 680
  • Games Started (GS): 673
  • Minutes (MIN): 34.4
  • Field Goals (FG): 9.0-17.2 (52.0% accuracy)
  • 3-Point Shots (3PT): 0.5-1.5 (29.9% accuracy)
  • Free Throws (FT): 5.6-7.0 (79.4% accuracy)
  • Rebounds (REB): 10.5 (2.6 offensive, 7.8 defensive)
  • Assists (AST): 2.4
  • Blocks (BLK): 2.3
  • Steals (STL): 1.3
  • Fouls (PF): 2.4
  • Turnovers (TO): 2.0
  • Points (PTS): 24.0

Anthony Davis Career Totals:

  • Field Goals (FG): 6089-11711 (52.0% accuracy)
  • 3-Point Shots (3PT): 314-1049 (29.9% accuracy)
  • Free Throws (FT): 3806-4792 (79.4% accuracy)
  • Rebounds (REB): 7114 (1779 offensive, 5335 defensive)
  • Assists (AST): 1627
  • Blocks (BLK): 1583
  • Steals (STL): 904
  • Fouls (PF): 1622
  • Turnovers (TO): 1343
  • Points (PTS): 16298

Anthony Davis Miscellaneous Stats:

  • Double Doubles (DD2): 387
  • Triple Doubles (TD3): 1
  • Disqualifications (DQ): 3
  • Ejections (EJECT): 2
  • Technical Fouls (TECH): 26
  • Flagrant Fouls (FLAG): 3
  • Assist to Turnover Ratio (AST/TO): 1.2
  • Steal to Turnover Ratio (STL/TO): 0.7
  • Scoring Efficiency (SC-EFF): 1.392
  • Shooting Efficiency (SH-EFF): 0.53

Anthony Davis has demonstrated exceptional talent, particularly in scoring, rebounding, and shot-blocking. His recent performances show his vital role in the Lakers’ frontcourt, contributing significantly in both offense and defense.

Anthony Davis 2023-24 Profile

Anthony Davis — the 6 foot 19, 253 pound power forward/center for the Los Angeles Lakers — is something of an enigma in the NBA today; and not just because of his freakish athleticism. Rather, while Davis is certainly one of the best big men in the NBA, and at times looks like the best player in the league regardless of position, there are also times where Davis looks lost on the court, and doesn’t produce anywhere close to a player of his caliber should. This wild inconsistency combined with a lengthy injury history makes Anthony Davis a tough guy for Lakers fans to root for at times.

Yet, nobody can deny that Anthony Davis is beyond elite when he’s on his game. And he’s on his game more often than not.

In this article, we’ll discuss Anthony Davis’ general information, his pre-NBA background, how his NBA career has fared thus far, and what a successful 2023-24 season might look like for him.

Anthony Davis General Information

Anthony Marshon Davis Jr. was born on March 11, 1993, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. His parents are Anthony Davis Sr. and Erainer Davis.

Anthony Davis is married to Marlen Polanco Davis. The couple have been together since 2017, were married in 2021, and currently have three children together.

On August 6, 2023, Davis signed a 3 year, $177,130,000 contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers — making for an average annual salary of $59,043,333. Davis’ net worth is estimated to be $160 million.

Anthony Davis wears jersey number 3, and wears a size 17 (US) shoe.

Anthony Davis Background

Davis played his high school basketball for Perspectives High School. Between his freshman and junior year at Perspectives, Davis grew 8 inches, going from 6 feet tall to 6 feet, 8 inches tall. Although Perspectives was a relatively unknown school at the time, Davis still was rated at the #1 overall player in his 2011 high school class by most recruiting platforms.

Despite Davis’ team finishing his senior season with a 6-19 record, Davis averaged 32 points, 22 rebounds and 7 blocks per game. Once his senior season ended, Davis played in the McDonald’s All-American game, the Jordan Brand Classic, as well as the Nike Global Challenge.

Before his senior season had begun, however, Davis had already committed to play college basketball at the University of Kentucky.

Even before his first game at Kentucky, Davis was projected to be the first overall pick of the 2021 NBA Draft. Davis then went on to average 14.2 points per game, 10.4 rebounds per game, 4.7 blocks per game throughout Kentucky’s regular season. Despite losing in the SEC championship game to Vanderbilt University, Davis’ Wildcats team entered the 2012 NCAA Tournament as a heavy favorite. Kentucky ultimately won all of their March Madness games, en route to securing the national championship. In the Wildcats’ six NCAA Tournament games, Davis averaged 15.2 points, 11.2 rebounds and 4.6 blocks per game.

After his freshman season ended, Davis won a plethora of prestigious awards; namely, the Naismith College Player of the Year, SEC Player of the Year, First Team All-American, and National Defensive Player of the Year (among other accolades). He also set an NCAA Division 1 record for most Blocks in a single season, with 186.

Once his freshman season ended, Davis declared for the 2012 NBA Draft. And on June 28, 2012, Anthony Davis was selected with the first overall pick of the 2012 NBA Draft by the New Orleans Hornets. 

Anthony Davis’ NBA Career So Far

Davis made his NBA debut on November 1, 2012, and scored 21 points. He appeared in the 2013 Rising Stars Challenge later in the season, and finished his rookie year averaging 13.5 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 1.8 blocks per game. He finished second in NBA Rookie of the Year voting, and was a 2013 NBA All-Rookie First Team selection.

The range of Davis’ game improved massively during his second season. With a more complete offensive skillset, Davis excelled offensively and made his first ever All-Star game in 2014. Despite missing nearly 20 games due to injury, Davis finished this second season averaging 20.8 points per game, 10 rebounds per game, and 2.8 blocks per game (which led the NBA). He finished third in the NBA Most Improved Player Award voting.

Once again, Davis made the NBA All-Star team in the 2014-15 season, and finished the year averaging 24.4 points, 10.2 rebounds, 2.9 blocks per game (the last of which led the NBA once again). 

Davis’ Pelicans team (who changed their name from the Hornets to the Pelicans after Davis’ rookie year) made the 2015 NBA Playoffs, for the first time in Davis’ career. Although they were swept by the Golden State Warriors in the first round, Davis averaged 31.5 points, 11.0 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game in the series. Davis was selected to the All-NBA First Team and NBA All-Defensive Second Team once the season ended.

After starting the 2015-16 season averaging 24.3 points per game in 61 games (which earned him another All-Star spot), Davis suffered a shoulder injury which forced him to miss the rest of the season.

Davis once again made an All-Star team in 2016-17, and set an All-Star game record when scoring 52 points (which won him the game’s MVP award. After finishing the year averaging 28 points, 11.8 rebounds, and 2.2 blocks per game, Davis won All-NBA First Team and NBA All-Defensive Second Team for the second time.

Another All-Star game came and went for Davis in 2018, and he finished that 2017-18 regular season averaging 28.1 points per game, 11.1 rebounds per game, and a league-leading 2.6 blocks per game. The Pelicans also made it to the NBA playoffs for the second time in Davis’ career, but lost in the second round to the Golden State Warriors again. Davis averaged 30.1 points per game in the 9 playoff games he played that year. He was named to the All-NBA First Team and NBA All-Defensive First Team once more.

After the Pelicans had a frustrating season in 2018-19, where Davis only played in 56 games (while still averaging 25.9 points per game), Davis requested a trade from the Pelicans at the end of the season. And in July 2019, Davis was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers.

Davis made his Lakers debut on October 22, 2019, scoring 25 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Davis went on to start in the All-Star game. In 62 regular season games with the Lakers that season, Davis averaged 26.1 points, 9.3 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks per game. The Lakers made the playoffs and advanced all the way to the 2020 NBA Finals, where they beat the Miami Heat in 6 games; securing the first Championship in Davis’ career and the 17th in Lakers franchise history. In doing so, Davis became the first player to win an NCAA title, an Olympic gold medal, a FIBA World Cup, and an NBA title.

Although he made another All-Star game in 2021, the 2020-21 season was injury-plagued for Davis. He only played in 36 games (averaging 21.8 points per game), and was also injured for most of the Lakers’ playoff games, where they lost in the first round.

In the 2021-22 season, Davis — who only played in 40 regular season games — wasn’t selected to an All-Star team for the first time since 2013. He averaged 23.2 points per game in the games he played, and the Lakers missed the playoffs.

Despite only playing in 56 regular season games in 2022-23 (and also not being selected to the All-Star game again), Davis finished the year averaging 25.9 points, 12.5 rebounds, and 2 blocks per game. The Lakers made the playoffs, but lost in the Western Conference Finals to the Denver Nuggets. Davis averaged 22.6 points per game throughout the playoffs.

Anthony Davis also has an accomplished career with the USA Men’s National Team, having won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2012 Summer Olympics and another gold medal at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain.

Anthony Davis 2023-24 Season Forecast

As you can see, the last few seasons of Davis’ career have been marred by injury. And while his stats don’t necessarily show it, he continues to be inconsistent at times on the court — sometimes even for entire games. Yet, that doesn’t deter from the fact that Anthony Davis is one of the best big men in the entire NBA, and the Lakers are lucky to have him. Inconsistency aside, if he can manage to stay healthy for the 2023-24 season, the Lakers will have to be happy with that — and will perhaps be able to make another NBA Finals run, like they did back in 2020. Surely LeBron James, Davis’ teammate, would love to get one more NBA Championship before he retired. And surely Davis would, too.

James Idayi
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