Baron Davis has reportedly signed with the Delaware 87ers of the D-League.
Baron Davis went unclaimed through the D-League waiver wire process, and he's now free to sign on with a D-League team of his choosing.
Baron Davis has officially signed with the D-League in the hopes of making an NBA comeback.
Baron Davis is reportedly set to join a D-League team.
Baron Davis said he is in great shape and is still hoping for an NBA comeback.
Baron Davis told SiriusXM NBA Radio during an interview on Tuesday that he will try out for some NBA teams this offseason in an attempt to make an NBA comeback.
Baron Davis told Sports Illustrated that he's been working out and is hoping to get a call from a team.
TMZ reports that Baron Davis is "in talks to return to the NBA."
Baron Davis is still attempting to make a comeback in the NBA, and said that he'd love to return to the Cavaliers.
Baron Davis says he's working out in an attempt to return to the NBA this season.
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.