The Pelicans travel to San Antonio to face the Spurs at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the AT&T Center. Here are three things to know:

1. DOUBLE DAVIS: Anthony Davis has not only scored at least 38 points in five of his past six games, he has recorded double-digit rebounds each time and snagged at least 13 rebounds in five of those six games. He has led the team in that category since DeMarcus Cousins’ injury.

2. KA-WHERE? All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard returned to Spurs practice, but it’s still unclear when San Antonio will get its best player back on the floor. Leonard has played in just nine games this season, and reports have circulated he could miss the remainder of the season.

3. HISTORIC NIGHT: On Sunday, Davis recorded a 50.1 in Basketball Reference’s “Game Score” stat, which crunches players' numbers to measure how they performed in a single game. Davis is just the third player since 1983 to record multiple Game Score’s better than 50, joining the rare air occupied by Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.