Found January 26, 2012 on
NY Daily News:
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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The dream of Baron Davis hitting the hardwood for the New York Knicks will soon become a reality. According to many reports, his long-awaited debut could come as early as Friday as the Knicks take on the star-studded Miami Heat. Though Coach Mike D’Antoni’s plan is to ease Davis into the rotation slowly, monitoring his minutes on the court, there is no denying how badly the...
Baron Davis is expected to make his Knicks debut this Saturday against the Rockets.
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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 believes he can eventually make the Knicks an “unstoppable’’ offensive team.
Practicing for the first time as a Knick yesterday after rehabbing herniated disks, Davis was by all accounts rusty during an hourlong 5-on-5 scrimmage. But the former All-Star point guard was bold in assessing what his impact...
CLEVELAND — The Knicks confirmed last night they will be a lousy team until point guard Baron Davis comes back.
As currently constituted, this team stinks.
Davis’ debut was not last night and it might not be tomorrow in Miami, where a South Beach slaughter may await. Coach Mike D’Antoni...
Every morning, we'll give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Everyone make Magic "disappearing" puns!
I love headline writers, especially when it comes to the Orlando Magic playing poorly. How many "disappearing act" headlines are there today?
But they're appropriate today. In a game against a very shaky Boston Celtics...
The New York Knicks could have Baron Davis in the lineup this evening when they visit the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena.