The Drew: No Excuse, Just Produce opens with a famous and true quote from Nelson Mandela about the power of sport. To paraphrase: Sport brings people together. It strengthens bonds within communities and families that are otherwise fractured. Show More Summary
In a documentary, Baron Davis uses a summer basketball league to convey the compassion and the loyalty that allowed him to go from East Los Angeles to the N.B.A. without leaving home.
The former NBA All-Star joined us to talk about his new documentary on the rise and greater social impact of the Drew League, one of the country's largest grassroots basketball institutions. In this special edition of the podcast, we...Show More Summary
Jeremy Lin scored a team-high 18 points for the Hornets as they trounced the Heat, 96-80, in Game 3. It was Charlotte’s first post-season win since Baron Davis led the The post Jeremy Lin Leads Hornets to First Playoff Win Since 2002 (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Former NBA All-Star point guard has produced a dope-looking documentary on The Drew League, the popular summertime hoops pro-am based in South Central Los Angeles. From the streets of South The post WATCH: Trailer for ‘The Drew’ Produced By Baron Davis appeared first on SLAMonline.
Charlotte Hornets shooting guard Nicolas Batum had 19 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists in Tuesday's 100-85 win over the Philadelphia 76ers, becoming the first Hornets player since Baron Davis in 2000-01 to record multiple triple-doubles in a season, per the team's' PR Twitter account. Batum 's previous triple-double occurred on Dec. Show More Summary
Most athletes would stop at nothing for a Hollywood ending to their career. In the case of 13-year NBA veteran Baron Davis, the final scene in his hoops screenplay was akin to a horror film.
Davis, who played 13 seasons in the N.B.A. before an injury tore up his right knee, is attempting a comeback with the Delaware 87ers of the N.B.A. Development League.
Former Charlotte Hornets No. 3 overall pick and two-time NBA All-Star Baron Davis made his debut in the NBA Developmental League with the Delaware 87ers on Friday night. The 87ers blew a 17-point second-half lead against the Iowa Energy, falling 114-106 at the Bob Carpenter Center in Newark, Delaware. Show More Summary
Baron Davis kept his expectations low for his first professional basketball game in four years.
BARON DAVIS IS BACK Baron Davis is back in action after signing with the Delaware 87ers of the NBA D-League. The 36-year-old hasn't played in the NBA since 2012, but he's still got it! Here's proof: The Baron Davis comeback continues https://t.co/Ku17klLr05 — Six Second Sports (@sixsecsports) March 5, 2016 It didn't stop there. Show More Summary
Former NBA All-Star Baron Davis is attempting a comeback, starting with the Philadelphia 76ers' developmental league team.
The Delaware 87ers on Wednesday announced the team has acquired former NBA All-Star Baron Davis from the available player pool.
Over one month after committing to play in the NBA Development League, veteran guard Baron Davis agreed to a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers' affiliate Wednesday. According to Shams Charania of The Vertical, the former NBA star will...Show More Summary
Baron Davis’ long journey back into professional basketball has reached an important milestone—the 36-year-old former NBA All-Star plans to ink a deal with the Philadelphia Sixers’ D-League affiliate, the Delaware The post Baron Davis is Joining the D-League appeared first on SLAMonline.
At 36 years old, Baron Davis is attempting a comeback to the NBA as he has signed with the Philadelphia 76ers D’League affiliate, the Delaware 87ers. Baron hasn’t seen an NBA court since injuring his knee back in 2012 when he played for the New York Knicks. He is expected to play right away with the Delaware […]
Former NBA star Baron Davis says he's very close to being a current NBA star... and he's saying it while carrying a huge vase of roses... for reasons unknown to TMZ Sports. Davis was leaving The Nice Guy in West Hollywood when we asked how his…
Baron Davis inched closer to a return to the NBA on Friday after he signed a contract with the NBA D-League, per Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports. On Jan. 12, Spears explained Davis would enter the D-League's player pool once he signed...Show More Summary