Baron Davis says he''ll stack his acting prowess up against LBJ's, any day. Our photog caught up with Davis Sunday night at Nike's Drew League Championship in L.A. -- and he was quick to give LeBron props for his…
Davis and McGrady go at it in '02. The post #TBT: Baron Davis & T-Mac appeared first on SLAMonline.
Baron Davis was an awesome, explosive, fun, excellent point guard in his day. Then injuries and age kicked in as they tend to do, and he wasn’t B-Diddy anymore. But now in 2015, Baron reportedly good enough to give the NBA another shot. The odds are against him. But we’re rooting for him. Here’s the New [...]
Even at the ripe basketball age of 36, Baron Davis refuses to let go of his NBA dream. B-Diddy last donned an NBA jersey in 2012, but over the years—sometimes The post Baron Davis: ‘I’m Going to Try Out for Some Teams’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Longtime NBA star Baron Davis is ready to make a comeback after three years away from the sport. The guard last played for the New York Knicks during the 2011-12 season. Continue for updates. Davis Seeks Tryout Opportunities Before Next...Show More Summary
Great news for the Davis family! Baron and Isabella’s son will soon be a big brother. According to US Weekly reports: No. 2! Isabella Brewster is expecting her second child with husband Baron Davis, Us Weekly can confirm. Jordana Brewster’s
Have your testes been kicked into your stomach? Need to get 'em out? Well, then call Baron Davis -- the ultimate ball rebounder! As we previously reported, the ex-NBA star is pursuing a career in…
Through three “defenders.”
Baron Davis hasn't played in the NBA since 2012, but it looks like the 36-year-old still has some game. Davis is currently playing in the Drew League. Scratch that. He is currently dominating the Drew League. The two-time NBA All-Star dropped 44 points in Monday night's game. Show More Summary
A few hours before premiering his directorial debut, an intimate profile of South Central’s most storied pro-am hoops institution, Baron Davis phones me from his car. “It’s the most peaceful place,” the two-time NBA all-star laughs. “I learned that from LeBron in the Kia commercial.”
Baron Davis appeared on ESPN’s “First Take” Monday to discuss the NBA playoffs, but all anybody wanted to discuss afterwards was his hair. The heck, Baron? lol. pic.twitter.com/s1Z7NWpSUv — John Ledesma (@JohnnyNBA) June 8, 2015 Yup, the former point guard was taking us all back to the 1980’s, when there was no curl quite like a […]
Former Warriors guard Baron Davis was on ESPN’s First Take this morning, talking about the NBA Finals. But all that Twitter was talking about during and after his appearance was his hair. Davis was rockin’ a juicy, old school Jheri … More » The post Twitter Reacts to Baron Davis’s Hilarious Jheri Curl appeared first on EveryJoe.
Baron Davis rocked a Jheri curl on First Take Monday morning, which is an aggressive thing to do in everyday life, much less in a national television appearance. Nonetheless, the curl happened, and ESPN viewers were treated to Davis and all his shine as the show screamed about covered the ongoing NBA Finals. Show More Summary
Twitter Reacts Hilariously To Baron Davis’ Jheri Curl This morning on ESPN’s morning debate show, First Take, brave and bold ex-baller Baron Davis stepped away from his half-empty bottle of activator and sat his azz on national television rockin’
Baron Davis and the "We Believe" Warriors are a reminder that anything can happen in the Playoffs. The post We Believe appeared first on SLAMonline.
Baron Davis is in talks to return to the NBA... TMZ Sports has learned... with sources telling us the 35-year-old has been in communication with multiple "playoff contenders." Davis -- a 2-time NBA All-Star -- hasn't played in the league since…
Baron Davis has a message for all the celebs who think they have NBA-level hoop skills -- you don't. Davis is definitely a guy who would know... the ex-NBA star just produced and directed a documentary called, "The Drew"... about t...
Two-time NBA all-star point guard Baron Davis is looking for a few more assists: 100,000 of them, to be precise.
Baron Davis, the former UCLA Bruins basketball product and L.A. Clippers point guard, has sold a home in Las Vegas for $2.375 million.