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After suffering a devastating right knee injury — a torn ACL and MCL — during this last season’s playoffs, 33-year-old point guard Baron Davis won’t be re-signed by the New York Knicks. It’s actually very likely that Davis will miss the entire 2012-13 season all together. However, Davis has very visibly hung around the Knicks’ players and organization all summer. He’s been allowed to do physical therapy with the Knicks’ training staff, was seen watching the summer league squad with front office members and was recently asked by management to stay on board this season. It still remains to be seen if the veteran will be able to recover from his horrific injuries and play again at a respectable level but he may have very well found a second career as a member of the front office.
Baron Davis attended UCLA from 1997-1999. He became the third overall pick in the 1999 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets and played for the Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets till 2005. From 2005-2008 he played f...
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