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Glen Davis | Center/Forward

Team: Los Angeles Clippers
Age / DOB:  (28) / 1/1/1986
Ht / Wt:  6'9' / 289
College: LSU
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Glen Davis spoke to reporters about his benching during Saturday's game against the Rockets.
After being sent to the rocker room during the second quarter of Saturday's game by coach Doc Rivers, Davis opened up about what happened on Monday. "Sometimes [being emotional] can be a good thing and sometimes it’s a bad thing," Davis said. "[Saturday] was basically a bad thing. But it’s all about getting better." It's hard to get excited about Davis while he's in Doc Rivers' doghouse, but he's only averaging 3.0 points and 2.1 boards in 12.1 minutes over his last 10 games anyway, so there just isn't a lot of fantasy value here. Apr 1 - 9:20 AM
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Glen Davis will not return to Saturday's game due to disciplinary reasons.

He went to the locker room and apparently coach Doc Rivers is not a fan of something Davis did. He isn't called Big Baby for nothing, so there's no reason to think he'll be a significant contributor even if Blake Griffin's back injury sidelines him.
Mar 29 - 9:22 PM

Glen Davis went to the locker room in the first half of Saturday's game vs. the Rockets.

There is no word as to what's wrong with Davis, but he looked really out of shape tonight. With Blake Griffin out, Ryan Hollins is next in line.
Mar 29 - 8:46 PM

Glen Davis scored five points with two boards and one block in 16 minutes vs. the Jazz on Friday.

As expected, he hasn’t been a big part of the rotation with just 12.7 minutes per game in his previous seven games. Davis doesn’t block enough shots or shoot the ball well enough to be owned in almost any format.
Mar 15 - 12:26 AM

Glen Davis made his Clippers debut on Wednesday and had two points, two rebounds and two blocks in five minutes.

As long as Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan are healthy it will be tough for Davis to become anything more than a role player for the Clips. Ignore him for now.
Feb 27 - 3:47 AM

Glen Davis (Achilles) will play against the Rockets on Wednesday.

It will be his Clippers debut and his amount of playing time is unknown. Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan play a ton of minutes and Big Baby's per-minute averages aren't great, so he can be left on the wire in most leagues.
Feb 26 - 8:43 PM

Glen Davis (Achilles) will not play against the Pelicans on Monday night.

He did not take his physical yet and is expected to play on Wednesday. The last time Davis was on the court, he hurt his Achilles tendon and could not return. Regardless, he's not a very attractive asset in almost any fantasy league.
Feb 24 - 6:18 PM

Glen Davis traveled to New Orleans to officially sign with the Clippers and he will be available vs. the Pelicans on Monday evening.

Whether he'll actually crack Doc Rivers' rotation without practicing is another question, especially since he's been battling a sore Achilles. He's not worth fantasy owners' attention in standard leagues while Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan are dominating the frontcourt.
Feb 24 - 12:45 PM

Glen Davis has given his word that he will be signing with the LA Clippers, according to Yahoo! sources.

Everything is all but official, as Big Baby can't officially sign until 5pm ET. Assuming he is not claimed off of waivers in a shocker, Davis will add some much needed frontcourt depth to the Clippers. However, in a backup role, his fantasy outlook isn't that great.
Feb 23 - 12:52 PM

Glen Davis has reportedly moved close to signing with the LA Clippers, which clears the way for the Nets to sign Jason Collins.

Multiple reports have come out saying that Big Baby is likely destined to sign with the Clippers, which would put him in a backup role behind Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. This is not an ideal situation for Baby's fantasy appeal, so he can be viewed with a wait and see approach. Jason Collins will add some frontcourt depth to Brooklyn, however he does not have any fantasy appeal.
Feb 23 - 11:53 AM

Kevin Garnett has been pitching the idea of signing with Brooklyn to Glen Davis, and Davis is expected to make a decision on Sunday.

Davis officially becomes a free agent at 5pm ET on Sunday, if he is not claimed off waivers, and his decision will be made soon thereafter. Davis played with Garnett for the first four years of his career in Boston, and they won a championship together in 2008. Garnett and Davis were reportedly very close during their time together in Boston, so it's possible Garnett's words have a strong influence on Davis. If Davis were to sign with Brooklyn he could definitely carve out some meaningful playing time, and could be a decent low-end fantasy option. Stay tuned for more updates on where Big Baby may land.
Source: nypost.com
Feb 23 - 9:14 AM

The Heat are interested in signing Glen Davis when he clears waivers on Monday.

The Clippers are believed to be the favorite with the Nets not too far behind for the services of Big Baby. The Magic used him a lot in the post, which accounted for 24 percent of his shots, but teams probably won't want to do that with better options. He'll only be used as a second-unit guy and his game won't translate to fantasy formats.
Feb 22 - 2:56 PM

The Clippers and Nets are said to be in a battle to land Glen Davis, who was recently bought out by the Magic.

He could makes some noise with the Nets, but it's hard to see him being anything more than a role player for the Clippers, where he would back up Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan.
Feb 22 - 1:16 PM

The Clippers remain strong frontrunners to sign free agent Glen Davis (Achilles).

This one could be spotted from a mile away, but it's always nice to get some reinforcement. The Clippers are very thin behind DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin at their big spots and coach Doc Rivers is a Big Baby fan from back in their Celtics days. Davis has not looked comfortable on offense in his time with the Magic and has never been a per-minute stud, so the loss of playing time is a death blow to his fantasy value. Kevin Garnett and the Nets are also in pursuit of his ex-teammate.
Feb 21 - 2:15 PM

Orlando has bought out the contract of Glen Davis, according to Yahoo! Sports.

There have been rumors of the Magic wanting to buy out Davis and not pulling any deals off today certainly increased the chances of that happening. He also suffered an Achilles injury on Wednesday, but that likely has little to do with this decision. As far as future destinations go, the Clippers are the first team to come to mind after dumping two of their backup bigs for salary and the Nets still have their Disabled Player Exception, but there's still no way fantasy owners should own Big Baby almost anywhere. Tobias Harris is locked in for minutes while a suddenly-improving Kyle O'Quinn is worth a look in some formats. Victor Oladipo is also indirectly helped by this news.
Feb 20 - 7:22 PM