Woj is hearing ‘pessimism’ that AD plays in Game 5 | SportsCenter

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Adrian Wojnarowski joins SportsCenter to give an update on Anthony Davis’ injury, Luka Doncic’s health, NBA fans recent behavior and more.

0:00 Woj on Anthony Davis’ injury.

1:55 Woj on Luka Doncic injury.

3:05 Fan behavior during the NBA Playoffs so far.

3:25 Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant’s postgame reaction.

4:20 Woj on incidents between fans and players this postseason.

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