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...
Baron Davis is trying to make a return to the NBA, and rumor has it, he’ll do it in his hometown. Marc Stein of ESPN.com is reporting that Davis is working out Diligently in hopes of resuming his NBA career. Davis — who I hear is working steadfastly toward a second-half comeback of his own — and that’s based on the same premise as my Odom take. Teams will roll the dice on...
Baron Davis is working out in the hopes of making a return to the NBA.
Davis hasn't played since the 2012 NBA Playoffs with the New York Knicks when he suffered a broken leg.
Davis was hired last season by the Knicks in an advisory role.
Davis hopes to be a late season addition for a contending team needing a veteran point guard.
November 05, 2013
In engagement news, Baron Davis popped the question to former CAA talent agent Isabella Brewster. The 34-year-old NBA player and Brewster got engaged a few weeks ago per US Weekly. This will be the first marriage for both Brewster and Davis. Last year, Brewster, who is the younger sister of actress Jordana Brewster, was dating Katy Perry’s ex-husband Russell Brand. She also previously...
Baron Davis has continued to rehab his knee and hopes to return to the NBA this season.
Davis has worked for the New York Knicks over the past year.
"My whole thing is to get in the best shape of my life and by September or October be ready to showcase my talent and try out for whoever I need to try out for," said Davis. "I think the most important thing is being in...
OUT OF THIS WORLD
In a recent radio interview, the former NBA point guard talks about what's hes been up to of late, like being abducted by aliens on the way Vegas. Normal stuff like that.
Baron Davis has had an impressive career since being selected third overall in the 1999 NBA Draft. Since then he’s played for the Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers and New York Knicks. Most people believed his career came to an end last season when he ripped his ACL and MCL. However, now Davis is planning a comeback...
NEW YORK—New York Knicks point guard Barron Davis is most likely going to hang up his dunks and call it a career.
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Baron Davis returned to the Knicks on Sunday after missing the last two games with a stomach bug.To this point in his Knicks tenure, Davis has failed to live up to any of the expectations the team had for him going into this season. In fact, as poorly as he has played thus far, that's how oh so very refreshing the play of Mike Bibby has been for the team as of late.Giving the...
UP IN SMOKE
The Knicks guard took to Twitter to insist his gesture after hitting a three-pointer on Monday was not intended to be a symbolic reference to smoking a joint but instead a gesture of blowing a kiss.