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Anthony Davis On Disagreement With LeBron James: "We Do Have Our Time When We Do Yell At Each Other, We Do Argue, But We Know It’s Coming From A Good Place.”

Credit: USATSI

Credit: USATSI

The Los Angeles Lakers are now up 2-0 in the 2020 NBA Finals, with the Miami Heat unable to respond to the duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. The two players have scored over 100 points combined in two games, with the Lakers being the complete dominator of the series. They are on a mission, they want to win and they want everything to be as good as possible.

That's why they had a few arguments on the court last night, even though they were comfortable against the Heat, but it's just the way this team is. Following the 124-114 victory, Anthony Davis reflected on those exchanges, explaining they happen very often but it's always out of respect and love.

“You just try to hold each other accountable. We both wanna be great, dominate the game. We had some blown covers on the defensive end. [We] were both frustrated that we had multiple covers we blown tonight. It’s just all piling up, and we had THAT moment, put it behind, and kept playing.

“It’s not going to be pretty. It always seems everything is good with me, but we do have our time when we do yell at each other, we do argue, but we know it’s coming from a good place.”

That's how you know they are committed to reaching that one goal. The Lakers are now on the pace to sweep the series. The Heat will try to have Bam Adebayo and Goran Dragic back for Game 3, but that won't assure anything. The Lakers are fully focused, whenever they step on the court, they're going to destroy whoever is in front of them.

The job is not finished, but it looks like it's only a matter of time before the purple and gold lift the Larry O'Brien trophy