Anthony Davis Gets Brutally Honest On Facing Alex Caruso (Video)

Anthony Davis Gets Brutally Honest On Facing Alex Caruso (Video)

Alex Caruso played an instrumental role in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 2020 championship run. Although he may not have had the sort of on-court impact that Anthony Davis did, he served in his role well and became a massive fan favorite as a result of it.

Caruso’s departure to the Chicago Bulls this offseason was met pretty negatively. The Lakers maintain they aren’t at fault for the divorce; Caruso insists it wasn’t his doing either.

Regardless of who you believe, the results of the move speak for themselves. Caruso is currently leading the league in steals over in Chicago, while LA is struggling to field a healthy group together on a nightly basis.

Steve Kerr’s reaction to the Lakers losing Caruso says volumes.

This week, in the lead-up to LA’s battle against Caruso’s Bulls, Davis was asked about what it’d be like to face off against his old teammate.

“Who? I don’t know that guy,” he joked.

“Nah, it’s gonna be fun playing against AC again. All the stuff he brought to our team to win a championship and to our team last year. He was a big part of what we did here. Probably be a little bit more emotional for him than me, just cause he’s back here in L.A.

“It’s usually more emotional when I’m back in Chicago. But anytime I get a chance to play the Bulls, it’s always fun to go against your hometown team. It’s gonna be fun and exciting to play against AC. We’re gonna try to get that win against him.”

Caruso was widely regarded as a great teammate. No sequence better illustrated why that was the case than this one.

Hopefully the Lakers ultimately give Caruso the worthy tribute video he deserves. He played a significant role in the squad’s title success, and he deserves to be recognized accordingly.

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Charles Kruger

Charles Kruger has been credentialed to cover two Super Bowls, four NBA Finals, and one World Series. A 20-year veteran in the sports world, he has sources spanning the NBA, MLB, NFL, UFC and NASCAR. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Calif., he is Game 7's go-to source for rumors surrounding the Lakers, Clippers and Dodgers.

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