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Glen Davis will make his return to the TD Garden Monday night after being trading to the Orlando Magic for Brandon Bass this past offseason. Davis spent four seasons in Boston where he averaged 7.6 points and 4.1 rebounds per game and played a role in helping Boston win the 2008 NBA championship. When Kendrick Perkins made his return to Boston earlier this month, the crowd greeted him with a rousing applause and standing ovation for his contributions during his time with the Celtics. Davis would appreciate a similar reaction, according to "I don't know, I hope so, I...

Video: Glen Davis welcomed back to Boston

As much crap as I've given Glen Davis (and continue to give him) he was an important part of some incredibly talented and very good Celtics teams. When his head was in the right place and he accepted his place on the team, Baby was one of the best role players in the NBA. His value off the bench was immeasurable at times and he was a serviceable spot starter. He did a lot of...

Quote of the Day: Dwight Howard zings Big Baby

Asked what Glen Davis brings to the Magic… “Food. Drinks. By the time he brings the food, there’s no food left. He usually eats it before he brings it to the table.” —Dwight Howard, talking about the former Celtic and his penchant for enjoying a good meal. A large good meal. From WEEI, via The…

What Does Dwight REALLY Want? Part 6a: Dwight's Doomsday Scenario

January 25 is the first real deadline in the Dwight Howard saga. Wednesday, as I noted in a previous post about both Dwight Howard and Ryan Anderson, is the deadline for players to sign extensions. This has been specifically noted for players ending their rookie contracts like Russell Westbrook (who signed his extension), Kevin Love (who is expected to sign his extension soon...

Jameer Nelson Blames Dwight Howard Saga for Struggles

Both Jameer Nelson and Orlando Magic GM Otis Smith placed some of the blame for Nelson’s struggles this season on Dwight Howard’s massive shoulders, which doesn’t seem like the most brilliant of tactics. Per the Orlando Sentinel: “Jameer Nelson admitted that Dwight Howard’s mention of playing with other point guards affected him. A slumping Nelson said Howard’s talking...

Post Up: Knick Trick

by Abe Schwadron | @abe_squad Five games on tap, here we go… Magic 102, Pacers 83 Dwight Howard only played 25 minutes, but he scored 14 points, making him the all-time franchise leader in scoring for Orlando, passing Nick Anderson for No. 1. Meanwhile, Ryan Anderson scored 24 points, including 5 threes, and the Magic held the Pacers to just 8 team assists and forced them into...
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