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When the Cleveland Cavs cut Baron Davis loose, the New York Knicks seemed like a likely destination for the veteran (and injury-prone) point guard, but would-be-teammate Amar’e Stoudemire isn’t too interested in the potential signing. Per Newsday: “Amar’e Stoudemire was in no mood to make any recruiting pitches. If anything, the power forward has only one prerequisite of any player the Knicks add via free agency: Be in shape and ready to play. So despite mutual interest between guard Baron Davis and the front office, Stoudemire suggested that his preference would be to pass on the 32-year-old, who has a lower- back injury. ‘This guy’s out for eight to 10 weeks, he’s not our concern at all,’ Stoudemire said of Davis, who was waived by the Cavaliers on Wednesday. ‘We can’t do anything about his injury. Right now we can’t afford to have any setbacks. We have a positive thing going. We feel great about our guys. Everybody’s healthy, so we’ve just got to keep it going.’ Davis has until
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The Cleveland Cavaliers have decided to waive Baron Davis through the league's amnesty clause.
The Cavaliers announced Wednesday night that they're releasing Davis in advance of Friday's amnesty deadline after exploring both trade and buyout possibilities with the former All-Star.
Rougly $27 million of the nearly $30 million left on Davis' contract is guaranteed...
Forum: Cavs Talk
Posted By: RonG
Post Time: 12-14-2011 at 10:35 PM
It could be several weeks before veteran point guard Baron Davis' back allows him back on a basketball court, but a source says Davis hopes to decide by Monday what uniform he'll be wearing when that happens.
Baron Davis has cleared waivers and will become a free agent.
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- We knew it was coming, and the Cavaliers made it official Wednesday.
After only 15 games played with the team last season, and zero practices this year, Baron Davis was waived via the NBAs new amnesty rule. The 28 million Davis is owed over two years will now come off the teams salary cap.
And thats a biggie.
It gives us an unbelievable amount of flexibility...
The Cleveland Cavaliers used their amnesty clause on Baron Davis to set the point guard free after a diagnosis of a bulging disk in his back. So who would want an injured point guard with a reputation for starting the season out of shape and not having a great work ethic? The Knicks. Here is…
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- The Cavaliers now belong to Kyrie Irving.
"I think he's ready," Cavs coach Byron Scott said of his rookie point guard and the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft. "He can definitely play."
Scott was speaking one day after the team announced it had waived veteran Baron Davis via the league's new amnesty clause. Since...
The Knicks are interesting in signing Baron Davis and Travis Outlaw to bolster their bench.