Glen Davis Hoping For NBA Return

Veteran power forward Glen Davis is training in hopes of an NBA comeback, according to a post on TMZ. The 31-year-old is reportedly working out five to six days a week in Thousand Oaks, Calif., with the goal of catching on with a team before the end of the season.

Davis last played for the Clippers in the 2014/15 season. He sat out all of last year after having surgery on his left ankle to repair torn ligaments, a cyst and bone spurs.

Davis is reportedly “100% confident” that he can still play in the NBA. He has a full team of specialists helping him build up strength and endurance, along with a nutritionist and a “mindset development guru.”

Davis played eight NBA seasons with the Celtics, Magic and Clippers.

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6 thoughts on “Glen Davis Hoping For NBA Return

  1. Connorsoxfan

    Ah, good old Big Baby Davis.

  2. crazysull

    Big Baby

  3. Dean Gant

    Mindset development is to put down the biscuits and chicken wings!

  4. michael

    I think the most likely option he should go with is wait until the offseason and sign with an NBA team. I will keep track.

  5. KCelts

    10 day contract probably, but I’d love to see Shrek come home to Boston. Bring Donkey with him too lol.

    *Note* I know this probably won’t happen, but hey he was a favorite here for a while.

  6. jerseyjoehaven

    He should try to go to the Nets. Best chance to stick with a weak team to build up his stock. Then he can try for another team the next year or continue with the Nets.


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