Baron Davis is working out and may be attempting an NBA comeback, according to Sean Deveney of the Sporting News.
Baron Davis (knee surgery) will work for the Knicks in an "advisory capacity" next season, as well as helping the team with charity work, in-game entertainment, and possibly scouting.
Unrestricted free agent Baron Davis (knee surgery) will remain with the Knicks in "some capacity," his agent told ESPN New York.
Baron Davis (torn ACL and MCL) reportedly "intends to return to the league this season," but his lengthy rehab may force him to wait until 2013-14.
Unrestricted free agent Baron Davis (knee surgery) said that he has no plans to retire.
Free agent Baron Davis underwent right knee surgery Thursday.
In addition to the partial tear of Baron Davis' patella tendon, an MRI revealed a complete tear of the ACL and MCL in his right knee.
Baron Davis has been diagnosed with a dislocated right patella (kneecap) and will undergo further testing for structural damage.
Baron Davis left Game 4 on Sunday with a potentially devastating knee injury.
Baron Davis is hoping to avoid offseason back surgery.
Baron Davis left for most of the first half in Monday's game due to back issues, but returned to start the second half and finished with 12 points, six assists, and two 3-pointers.
Baron Davis left Monday's Game 2 early with a back issue and returned to start the second half.
Baron Davis (back) will start Monday's Game 2 against the Heat, as expected.
Baron Davis, who left Game 1 due to a stiff back, expects to be fine for Game 2 on Monday.