Anthony Davis Angrily Left Press Conference After Question About Jamal Murray’s Game-Winner

Anthony Davis did not want to talk about Jamal Murray’s game-winning shot.
Anthony Davis did not want to talk about Jamal Murray’s game-winning shot. /

The Los Angeles Lakers are down 2-0 in their series against the Denver Nuggets after coughing up a 20-point lead in the second half Monday night and losing on a buzzer-beater by Jamal Murray.

The game-winner came just moments after LeBron James missed an open three-pointer which would have given the Lakers a late lead. Murray then took the ball down the court and buried a step-back 15-footer over Anthony Davis just as the clock expired.

Davis met with the media after the game and he was in no mood to answer a question about Murray's bucket. He gave a very brief answer before dropping the microphone and walking away.

He didn't seem too happy here:

Game 3 of the series is Thursday night in Los Angeles.


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