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He may not be playing in the NBA, but Baron Davis makes one terrific actor. Ok, maybe not, but this video by Funny or Die is one of the funnier things you'll watch all day. In a parody of the movie Save the Last Dance, Davis takes on a new prodigy to become the next basketball superstar. Show More Summary
Host of Esquire Network's new show How I Rock It, which premieres tonight
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Save The Last Dunk with Baron Davis 0:00 An indifferent girl is pushed by her passionate coach in the high stakes world of street ball. Does she have what it takes to make it? Does she care? Why does he care? Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords:...Show More Summary
Former NBA athletes Baron Davis and Jarron Collins teamed up with current free agent Jason Collins and J.J. Redick of the LA Clippers for a Sunday afternoon of basketball and video games at Common Sense Media's GameOn! Fundraiser inShow More Summary
One of the wonderful things about the NBA is that the league is full of amazing personalities. Whether it is the cross-dressing, Carmen Electra-dating, Kim Jong Un -befriending Dennis Rodman, the alien-abducted Baron Davis or the half-Superman,...Show More Summary
Kevin Durant put on a show at the Drew League in South Central Los Angeles on Sunday, but he missed the potential game-winning three. It turns out that may have been a very expensive miss. The Game confirmed on Twitter that $50,000 was riding on the Money Gang vs. LAUNFD showdown. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
In 2007, the Golden State Warriors were an eighth seed in the NBA playoffs in their first appearance in more than a decade. They had caught the attention of America by upsetting the No. 1 seed Dallas Mavericks in the first round. The...Show More Summary
Sunday afternoon's Drew League game between LAUNFD and Money Gang has all eyes on Los Angeles this weekend, most of them looking to catch a glimpse of NBA royalty and rapper The Game. It's not often you get a look at Kevin Durant, James Harden and Paul George—especially at this time of year. Show More Summary
This ridiculous news item took flight thanks to a July 11 episode of Neal Brennan and Moshe Kasher‘s The Champs podcast. It crash landed exactly a week later by means of a Mea Culpa conversation between Knick hopeful Baron Davis andShow More Summary
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Baron Davis continues to rehabilitate his knee after injuring it during the 2012 playoffs, and his plan is to be healthy by this fall to try out for teams and hopefully play in the upcoming NBA season, Alan Hahn of the MSG Network reported...Show More Summary
I know lots of people move to New York City expecting high culture. And we do have it. Really. But you’d never know it from reading our newspapers. The New York Times is biased at best and fraudulent at worst, but they can’t even hold a candle to the New York Post and the New [...]
NBA player Baron Davis has claimed that he was abducted by aliens. Is this a close encounter or a joke?
Former NBA star Baron Davis says he was recently abducted by aliens. From Fran Drescher to John Lennon to William Shatner himself, celebrities who have had close encounters.
NBA veteran point guard Baron Davis claims that he was abducted by aliens two weeks ago at about four o’clock in the morning. Davis, who last played for the New York Knicks, said on “The Champs” podcast that the alleged close encounter happened when he was driving across the desert from Las Vegas to Los... Show More Summary
The NBA's Baron Davis claims to have been abducted by aliens.. After reading the story I have no doubt that something has been messing with his brain. Have you ever encountered a UFO? Open thread....
Post by Kiri Blakeley Aliens must like tall guys. A former New York Knicks player named Baron Davis claims he was abducted by an alien-driven flyer saucer while driving in the desert from Vegas to Los Angeles. He made the stunning claim on a podcast and seemed quite serious about it, though the flabbergasted hosts kept asking if he was joking. Show More Summary