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Anthony Davis is excited with the Lakers' "great groove," but what worries him

The Lakers have won six out of their seven last games, but AD is worried because of the NBA All-Star break

By James Brown

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In the last six games the LA Lakers are getting some momentum in a critical moment of the regular season, and after winning six out of their last seven games, the team is now heading to the NBA's All-Star break and that's what worries Anthony Davis.

After different struggles in the season, besides continuing to be shorthanded with at least four players taking their time to recover from their injuries, the team is finally heading in the right direction with continuity in the starting lineups, some improved coaching, and players buying into their role and the group.

AD said in the post-game interview following the win over the Utah Jazz that the Lakers are in a "great groove" and "having fun" right now. He did add, however, that they need to make sure this identity carries over after the All-Star break.

Davis and LeBron James will be part of the All-Star weekend as they will be representing the West and the purple and gold. Some fans believe LeBron James rested vs. Utah to be on point for the NBA's All-Star as he will be playing it for the 20th time in his career, a record in the league.

The Lakers' starting five had a great night vs. Utah

Anthony Davis led the way with 37 pts, 15 rebs, 1 assist, 2 blocks. Rui Hachimura had a career-high 36 pts, 2 rebs, 1 assist, 1 blk. Austin Reaves gave another solid performance with 22 pts, 4 rebs, 7 assists, 3 steals. D'Lo scored 11 pts, and 9 rebs, but had a career-high 17 assists with 1 steal. Taurean Prince scored 11 points, 3 rebs, 1 assist and 1 block.

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