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
Former NBA All-Star point guard Baron Davis’ quest to resume his professional basketball career is set to take a detour through the NBA’s Development League according to the 36-year-old and The post Baron Davis Plans to Sign a D-League Contract appeared first on SLAMonline.
Former All-Star Baron Davis wants to give it another try by announcing that he will sign with the D-League.
The last time Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan both missed a game, Kim Hughes was coaching the Clippers. Baron Davis was still the team’s point guard, two years before his retirement and more than half a decade before he would start his current comeback attempt by venturing to the Development League....
It has been more than a year since Baron Davis said he hoped to return to the NBA, six months since he told the world why, and and equal amount of time since he dropped 44 in an L.A. pro-am game. So, where the hell is he? The subsequent...Show More Summary
Baron Davis is a two-time NBA all-star who has also finished twice in the top 15 in MVP voting. Of course, none of those things has happened since 2007, and the former guard hasn’t played in an NBA game since 2012. All of which makes the news that emerged Tuesday all the more curious: Davis […]
Nothing but good can come from a Baron Davis comeback.
The 36-year-old has yet to sign, but his return to the court is imminent, according to reports. Baron Davis is making a comeback. The two-time NBA All-Star hasn't played in the league since tearing a knee ligament with the New York Knicks in 2012, but Davis plans on signing with the D-League soon and making his debut after Jan. Show More Summary
Former NBA All-Star point guard Baron Davis is attempting a comeback, but he won't be headed straight to the Association upon his return. Continue for updates. Davis Intends to Go to D-League Tuesday, Jan. 12 Marc J. Spears of YahooShow More Summary
1. Yes, that's Ray Allen as "Walt." 2. Kyrie Irving "wrote and directed" this, which is neat. 3. Find Baron Davis!
After taking a hiatus around this time last year, the Uptown house that once housed the bad decision parade of "The Real World: New Orleans" and Hornets baller Baron Davis, is back on the market. In September 2014 the...
When Baron Davis blew out his right knee during a 2012 Playoff game, he thought that was the end of his memorable NBA career. After battling what he calls the The post Baron Davis Explains Why He Wants Back in the NBA appeared first on SLAMonline.
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…