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Anthony Davis Won’t Give Up On NBA Title “Until I Succeed At It”

Despite all that Anthony Davis has achieved over his career, the one thing to elude him is an NBA title. For now, anyway.

The now Lakers star admitted to ESPN’s That’s What She Said with Sarah Spain, “If I don’t win a championship that would be, I would feel that’s one of my biggest failures.”

Fortunately for Davis, who says he still has “a lot to do in this world on and off the court,” he won’t stop chasing that dream, adding, “I think I just continue to do it over until I succeed at it.”

Seems Davis and his new general manager see eye to eye, with Rob Pelinka revealing recently, “For us, anything short of a championship is not success.”