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Beckett Basketball|March 2017

ANTHONY DAVIS - A TRUE HOBBY SUPERSTAR.

Stephen Laroche

Five years can seem like an eternity in the sporting world to some, and like a blink of an eye to others. Watching a promising rookie develop into a superstar is an experience we all share as fans and in the case of Anthony Davis, it did not take long to begin living up to his potential and he is having a career year in 2016-17. 

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