Found January 24, 2012 on
Baron Davis went through the first practice of his New York Knicks career yesterday, and despite the rust, he emerged feeling confident about his own play and that of the team. He also wants the fans to stop lustily booing the Knicks at MSG. (Riiiiight. Good luck with that, Baron.) From the NY Post: “Point guard Baron Davis made some bold proclamations Monday after his first practice that the Knicks offense will become ‘unstoppable’ once they ‘hit their stride.’ […] ‘We’re going to have the fans behind us, even though they boo,’ Davis said. ‘They’re just passionate about winning. All we ask is for their patience and to keep supporting us, because the booing is not going to really help us think through things.’ … Davis knows, despite his rusty return to practice Monday, that [Mike] D’Antoni and some fans view him as this season’s savior, which might be unfair. He’ll likely make his Knicks debut on the road, perhaps in Miami Friday or Houston Saturday. ‘There’s a lot of expe
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Baron Davis is expected to make his Knicks debut this Saturday against the Rockets.
Baron Davis didn’t make his Knicks debut against the team that released him Wednesday night, and it is unlikely that the point guard will be ready in time to face the Miami Heat on Friday.
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We're getting closer to Boom Day.
For those not versed in the language of Baron Davis, that would be the day that Davis takes the court in a Knicks uniform and gives the team the point guard they have been missing during their 6-10 start to their season.
Davis took part in a full practice for the first time in nine months on Monday and the time off certainly took its toll...
Baron Davis is likely to participate in his first practice today and the Knicks are shooting for the injured point guard to make his debut Saturday in Houston for the finale to their four-game road trip, according to sources.The Knicks prefer to start Davis on the road because there...
Baron Davis is not expected to immediately be in uniform despite beginning to practice.
Baron Davis has practiced for the first time this season with the New York Knicks, who hope he can solve some of their offensive woes when he's ready to play.
Injured guard Baron Davis practiced with the Knicks on Monday.
GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) -- Baron Davis has practiced for the first time this season with the New York Knicks, who hope he can solve some of their offensive woes when he's ready to play.
The New York Knicks signed three players over the last year and a half to big money long-term contracts; however the player they are waiting on and hoping he can help turn around the club after a less than stellar start will be paid the NBA veteran’s minimum salary this season. The long wait for the man who the Knicks hope will be the catalyst to get their offense in gear may...
HELP IS ONE STEP closer, Knicks fans. Veteran point guard Baron Davis practiced for the first time Monday and said that when he gets back he can assist the floundering team.