Found December 13, 2011 on SLAM Online:
With his future currently up in the air, Baron Davis’ injured back has forced him to bow out of training camp for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Reports ESPN: “Cleveland Cavaliers guard Baron Davis has left training camp to get a second opinion on what could be a herniated disk in his lower back, according to his agent Todd Ramasar. ‘We knew he had an injury coming in to camp because he hurt it during the lockout,’ Ramasar said. ‘Cleveland was aware of it as well. After he took a physical, we had their doctors look at it and now we’re getting a second opinion.’ Ramasar would not offer further details on how Davis hurt his back. Davis was able to continue working out and playing after he was injured, although he appeared to be moving gingerly during a charity game he hosted in Los Angeles on Nov. 27. ‘We want him to see as many specialists as possible,’ Cavaliers GM Chris Grant said. ‘We’re very supportive of it because there are a lot of good doctors out there. We’re supportive of him getti

Davis Out With Bulging Disc, Cavalier Injuries Already Piling Up

What started out as speculation surrounding the use of point guard Baron Davis appears to have turned into speculation surrounding whether or not the bearded veteran will suit up for the Wine and Gold ever again.  On Wednesday, after receiving a second opinion on his ailing lower back, Davis has officially been listed as out with a bulging L2-3 disc; no timetable has been set for...

Cavaliers waive Baron Davis

CLEVELAND -- The Cavaliers have waived guard Baron Davis and designated him as the teams amnesty player, general manager Chris Grant announced Wednesday. We would like to thank Baron for his contributions to the team during his time in Cleveland, Grant said. He has been an absolute professional since the day he joined the Cavs and we now wish him the best in the future. Davis,...

Baron Davis out with back injury, Cavs consider amnesty

It’s easy to shrug off Baron Davis being injured at the start of camp since he’s not known for showing up to camp in the best shape. But this time it appears to be more serious, after missing the first three days of Cavaliers training camp Davis has left the team to get a second…

Cleveland Cavaliers amnesty Baron Davis

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...

Baron Davis Waived By Cavs, Could Be Out 2 Months

BD is free. Call him fat, injury-prone, a knucklehead, or anything else, but when Baron’s healthy and motivated, dude can play. The Cavs, however, needed the cap space—and more importantly, the floor time for No. 1 pick Kyrie Irving. So Davis’ contract went the way of the amnesty clause last night. According to the AP: ”Using the NBA’s new amnesty clause, the Cavs waived...

Cavaliers Amnesty Baron Davis

The Cleveland Cavaliers pulled an expected move tonight by using the amnesty clause on point guard Baron Davis. Davis was due to make about $28 million over the next two seasons and isn’t expected to play anytime soon. Baron has a herniated disc in his back and is out indefinitely so it made the Cavs decision pretty easy. @JasonLloydABJ: Baron Davis has been amnestied by the...

Baron Davis remains out of Cleveland Cavaliers practice: Blogging the Cavs

The point guard is seeking a second opinion on his back problem

Cavs sign top pick Irving; Davis out (back injury)

Cleveland point guard Baron Davis has left the Cavaliers to seek a second opinion on his stiff back, an injury that has sidelined him in the early practice sessions.

Cavaliers use amnesty clause on veteran Davis

CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cavaliers have waived veteran point guard Baron Davis, using the NBA's new "amnesty clause" to clear space under the salary cap.

Cleveland Cavaliers Use Amnesty Clause On Baron Davis

The Baron Davis that most people thought was sent to Cleveland along with the Clippers first round draft pick last season, in exchange for Mo Williams and Jamario Moon, was not the same guy that Cavaliers fans ended up meeting. In playing only fifteen games for the Cavs, starting nine of them, Davis became universally embraced by the Cavs fanbase for his swagger, leadership, and...

Cleveland Cavaliers Baron Davis out indefinitely with bulging disc, Manny Harris to miss two weeks with burn on his right foot -- Blogging the Cavs

Harris believed to have been accidently burned at a NIke camp in November
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