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The Three Best Jheri Curls in Sports History

This summer, the Jheri Curl made a come back. Retired two-time NBA all-star point guard Baron Davis appeared on ESPN’s First Take sporting a high-and-tight take on the activator swirl. Then, in August, Straight Outta Compton featured actors portraying Eazy-E and Ice Cube’s drip-drop dreads. Let’s take a moment and look at Baron’s hair wizardry. Seeing these contemporary...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

Should Philadelphia give Baron Davis a tryout?

Baron Davis is 36 years old and hasn't played in an NBA game since he tore his ACL and MCL on May 6, 2012. That was a long time ago, and even then Davis wasn't a very effective basketball player. But he wants back in the league. Should Philadelphia be the team to make his dream come true?The Sixers need a point guard and could use some more veterans to infuse any sort of culture...
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July 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Baron Davis Rocks Jheri Curl On ‘First Take'; Internet Goes Crazy (Photos)

The Jheri curl was a popular hairstyle throughout the 1980s and early 90s, but, like many looks from those decades, it’s something a lot of people would like to forget ever happened. But that didn’t stop Baron Davis from debuting his on ESPN’s “First Take” on Monday while talking about the NBA Finals. And while you’d think the free agent point...
June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Cavs Rumors: Baron Davis Interested in Making Comeback with Cleveland Cavaliers

According to sources at TMZ, former All-Star Baron Davis is interested in making a comeback to the NBA and has already spoken to multiple playoff contenders. Among the teams include the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland Cavaliers, who are in desperate need of a solid backup point guard as evidenced by Friday’s loss to the Indiana Pacers. Baron Davis is in talks with the Clippers...
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March 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Baron Davis wants to make a comeback, has talked with Cavs

Once an All-Star, Baron Davis, who is currently in retirement, wants to make a comeback. According to TMZ, Davis is in talks to return to the NBA and has been in talks with multiple playoff contenders. Among the playoff contenders that have talked to Davis are two of his former teams, the Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland Cavaliers, both of which have a common need—a backup point...
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February 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Baron Davis in talks to join a contending team

We are actually writing an article about Baron Davis and it doesn’t include him being kidnapped by aliens. The year is 2015, and the former lottery pick is apparently ready to make a comeback in the NBA. This is real life stuff right here. Davis indicated to TMZ Sports that he is in communication with “multiple playoff contenders” regarding a return to the Association....
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February 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Baron Davis sells TV comedy based on his life to Fox

Baron Davis hasn’t played in the NBA since the 2011-12 season with the New York Knicks, but his life story — or something close to it — could soon be coming to your television. The former All-Star point guard is part of a production team that’s sold a pilot for a half-hour, single-camera comedy to Fox loosely based on his life. The as-yet-untitled series focuses on a kid...
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October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Baron Davis Looking to Make Comeback

Former NBA All-Star Baron Davis, who hasn’t played in each of the last two seasons, it looking to make a comeback to the NBA this fall. According to a report by Jared Zwerling of Bleacher Report, Davis wants the news out there that he’s prepared to play in 2014-2015.  Just chatted w/ Baron Davis in Vegas. He's ready to make his return this fall. "Put the news out there...
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July 14, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Baron Davis in Funny or Die 'Save the Last Dance' parody

Over the last couple of years, the fine folks over at Funny or Die have put together some classic sketches starring professional athletes. Recently, they enlisted the help of Baron Davis to star in a classic “Save the Last Dance” parody called “Save the Last Dunk”. The premise of the sketch shows Baron coaching a young lass in the realm of streetball: Save The Last Dunk...
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November 20, 2013  |  Discuss

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