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Glen Davis | Center/Forward

Team: Los Angeles Clippers
Age / DOB:  (29) / 1/1/1986
Ht / Wt:  6'9' / 289
College: LSU
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Glen Davis will have surgery on Wednesday to repair torn ligaments, a cyst and a bone spur in his left ankle.
He is expected to miss 8-12 weeks, which means he won't be ready for the start of the season. Davis remains unsigned and he'll likely remain a free agent when the NBA season tips off. If teams lose players due to injury during the year, they may be more inclined to contact Big Baby. Sep 2 - 6:04 PM

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The Clippers are reportedly "confident" that Glen Davis will re-sign this summer, though the Mavericks have also contacted the free-agent PF/C.

Davis might play in Europe or China if no suitable contract materializes in the NBA, and it's almost certain that the Mavs and Clips are offering him the veteran's minimum. It would be bitterly ironic if Dallas manages to poach Davis from the Clippers, having failed to land DeAndre Jordan, but Big Baby is irrelevant in fantasy leagues no matter where he's playing.
Aug 26 - 9:18 PM

Free agent Glen Davis said on Tuesday that he weighs "about...310 pounds" and suggested that he'd "love" to re-sign with the Clippers.

Big Baby only wants to play for a contender and he said that he might play overseas if he doesn't find an appropriate deal in the NBA. "Doc [Rivers] in his system, works for me," Davis said. "He needs a guy to set picks and do the dirty work ... I feel at home there." Davis, who averaged 4.0 points in 12.2 minutes per game last season, won't be a viable fantasy option in L.A. or anywhere else.
Aug 18 - 8:58 PM

Glen Davis is expected to decide on his next team by the end of August.

While playing overseas is still an option for Big Baby, he's hoping to stay in the NBA. "I want to go on a team that’s competing for a championship," Davis said. The 29-year-old has received interest from several teams and could return to the Clippers, but he won't have much fantasy value outside of the deepest of leagues no matter where he lands.
Aug 18 - 10:20 AM

If Glen Davis doesn't get a contract with an NBA team, he is open to playing overseas.

He's had conversations with the Clippers, but he likely would not get playing time considering their depth. The Bucks also have some interest in Big Baby, which would be a better landing spot for his fantasy value. If that happens, he's still nowhere near being worth drafting in almost any league.
Source: Sportando
Aug 1 - 7:35 PM

The Clippers had conversations with Glen Davis this week, and there is still some optimism that a deal will get done.

The Clippers are pretty loaded right now, so Davis would be looking at a very limited role if he were to re-sign in Los Angeles. We will let you know if the talks progress, but there is no need to look in Davis' direction on draft day.
Jul 31 - 11:42 AM

The Clippers still have "high interest" in re-signing Glen Davis.

The Bucks also have some interest in adding Big Baby. The Clippers had a host of players for a press conference on Tuesday and they clearly don't need the depth. Baby would only be looking at minutes in the low teens.
Jul 22 - 3:42 PM

Coach Doc Rivers has reached out to unrestricted free agent Glen Davis.

Big Baby had a nice season as a backup big man and the Clippers will need him a bit more with Spencer Hawes in Charlotte. Obviously, they need DeAndre Jordan to start.
Jul 1 - 6:04 PM

Glen Davis (ankle) said that he is finally feeling 100 percent healthy after rolling his ankle during Game 6 against the Spurs back on May 1.

Big Baby hasn't logged more than 10 minutes of action in the past three games for the Clipppers, so he's obviously not a major part of Doc Rivers' rotations. He does, however, bring some energy to their second-unit, but he's a non-factor in fantasy hoops.
May 14 - 2:33 PM

Glen Davis (ankle) played 11 minutes against the Spurs on Saturday with six points, three rebounds and two blocks.

Chris Paul overshadows his injury just a bit. Davis scored on his first possession and had a nice game. He'll be ready to go on Monday.
May 2 - 11:25 PM

Glen Davis (ankle) will play against the Spurs on Saturday.

This comes from coach Doc Rivers and is as official as we'll get. Rivers said Davis is "good" for this game, so expect him to play around 10-15 minutes tonight. Blake Griffin should be around 42 minutes and DeAndre Jordan's playing time will be based on how often he's fouled.
May 2 - 6:16 PM

Glen Davis (ankle) is feeling better and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him play in Game 7 on Saturday.

Considering he had to be in a wheelchair on Thursday, it's somewhat surprising to see Davis is feeling so much better today. While Big Baby is hardly a make-or-break player, it will be nice to have him available in order to keep Blake Griffin under 44 minutes tonight. We'll likely have an update around 90 minutes before the 8:00 EDT start time.
May 2 - 2:23 PM

Glen Davis (ankle) is listed as questionable to play against the Spurs in Game 7 on Saturday.

Coach Doc Rivers didn't have a noteworthy update today and we should get a better idea at shootaround on Saturday. Davis fortunately seems to have avoided a serious injury after needing a wheelchair on Thursday night. If he's out, Spencer Hawes may get a couple more minutes, but expect DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin to get 40 minutes each.
May 1 - 3:08 PM

Glen Davis (ankle) is officially being listed as day-to-day, and his status for Saturday's Game 7 against the Spurs remains uncertain.

Davis is set to be re-evaluated later today, but given that he needed wheelchair to get to the locker room after sustaining the injury during Thursday's Game 6, we're going to be considering him doubtful for Saturday's Game 7 in Los Angeles. If Davis is unable to go, Blake Griffin will log as close to 48 minutes as possible in a do-or-die Game 7 for the Clippers.
Source: ESPN
May 1 - 1:51 PM

Glen Davis suffered low ankle sprain during Thursday's Game 6 win over the Spurs, and his status for Saturday's Game 7 has yet to be determined.

Davis was in a considerable amount of pain after the injury, and he needed to be taken off the court in a wheelchair, so we're going to consider him doubtful for Game 7. Without Davis, Blake Griffin will get all the run he can handle, while Spencer Hawes and Ekpe Udoh will have the opportunity to log some extended minutes off the bench. The Clippers could also elect to go small and give Matt Barnes and Hedo Turkoglu some minutes at the four-spot. Griffin is the only guy with any meaningful fantasy value out of the group.