by Marcel Mutoni / @marcel_mutoni
KG and Big Baby had a fascinating, at times contentious relationship during their time together in Boston. And as far as Glen Davis is concerned, he’s happy that he no longer has to deal with being Kevin Garnett’s backup.
With the trade to the Orlando Magic, Davis finally got his wish to become a starter on an NBA team, and promises to showcase talents that he felt were stifled by the Celtics.
Fox Sports reports:
It often works the other way around. When a player joins the tradition-laden Boston Celtics, it elicits giddiness. But not for Glen Davis. He was happy to be leaving the Celtics. “I was really excited,” Davis said of hearing the news earlier this month that a sign-and-trade had been worked out for him to head to Orlando. “It’s a great opportunity.”
“Big Baby” played four seasons with Boston, winning a championship and almost getting a second one before the Celtics faltered in a Game 7 loss to the Lakers in the 2010 NBA Finals. But Davis wa...