Kicks On Court Classic // A Look At Notable NBA Scoring Outputs of The Last Decade

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Although the Detroit Pistons were one of the few teams that came away form the NBA trade deadline as “winners” with their acquisition of Tobias Harris, it seems as though eventual NBA-MVP candidate Anthony Davis had something different in mind on Sunday.

In fact, so different that the All-Star forward dropped an absurd stat line of 59 points and 20 rebounds against Andre Drummond. With that in mind, we decided to unveil our latest edition of Kicks On Court Classic by taking a peek at the more notable NBA scoring outputs of the last decade.

Headlined by the likes of LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, and Carmelo Anthony, this feature is certainly worth the look as the pages are filled with an abundance of current and former stars. To see more, flip through the pages below to enjoy.

Anthony Davis: 59 Points

Date: February 21, 2016
Matchup: New Orleans Pelicans vs. Detroit Pistons
Model Worn: Nike Air Max Audacity PE

Although Anthony Davis has had an up-and-down year due to a myriad of injuries both personally and as a collective team, he has seemingly resurged post All-Star break, as this performance against the Pistons caught the attention of many. Providing the first 55-plus and 20 rebound outing since Shaquille O’Neal back in 2000, Davis seems to be well on his way to securing an All-NBA honor that will subsequently secure the 5th year of his contract extension and its $30 Million provision.

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