Basketball is a young man’s game. It’s the only professional American sport – nay profession – where 19-year-olds are given the keys to Fortune 500 companies as soon as they don the uniform. In fact, being only a year or two older is considered a negative when entering the league. Some crack under the pressure. Most never live up to the billing. A select few elevate the unreasonable hype. And then there’s Anthony Davis.He’s the rare talent who started out as a success and blossomed into a perennial All-Star by Year 2. He made his first All-NBA (first team) list…

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