HoopsHype Glen Davis rumors

August 24, 2014 Updates

Big Baby got inside ... but the line proved to be too much for McGee and he decided to leave. Might have been the best decision he made all night. Because 90 minutes later, gunshots rang out -- and as TMZ first reported, Suge Knight was shot multiple times. TMZ.com

July 28, 2014 Updates

Shawn Marion salutes the Mavericks and the city of Dallas on the new track “I’m A Champion”, featuring T-Pain, Dorrough and Young Cash. The single is part of the upcoming album, Full Court Press, Vol. 1, which will feature verses by NBA players Iman Shumpert, Stephen Jackson and Lou Williams, among others. Full Court Press, Vol. 1 will have 10 tracks, including “Welcome to NY” with Iman Shumpert & Ma$e, “Winning Streak” with Twista, Willie Taylor & Carlos Boozer, “Go Hard” featuring Bun B & Stephen Jackson, “We Hoopin’ (Yeah Boy)” with Charlie Villanueva & Royce Da 5’9, and “Airtime” featuring Future, Sean Garrett, Rocko & Lou Williams. Full Court Press, Vol.1 will be released this fall, with proceeds benefitting the ‘nPlay Foundation in its mission to battle childhood obesity. SLAM

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Glen 'Big Baby' Davis' NBA contract must not say anything about moonlighting ... 'cause the Clippers forward was in his hometown this week pushing fried chicken in the drive thru of a fast food chain. It happened Wednesday in Baton Rouge when Glen stopped into Raising Cane's -- a super popular (and delicious) chicken finger joint -- and got behind a register during the lunch rush. "Just another day working the drive through at @Raising_Canes. Come see me on Sherwood Forest Blvd in Baton Rouge." Glen tweeted. TMZ.com

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Multiple members of the Warriors accused Clippers forward Glen “Big Baby” Davis of dirty play for his involvement in an incident that forced Jermaine O’Neal from Game 6 with a knee injury. Golden State defeated L.A. 100-99 at Oracle Arena on Thursday to force a Game 7. The victory may have cost them their veteran center, who had been called into greater action in the series following the loss of starting center Andrew Bogut to a rib injury. SI.com

April 28, 2014 Updates

Contrary to Paul and Blake Griffin, Clippers Glen Davis and Redick acknowledged they were distracted over the Sterling situation. "There was a lot going on today," Redick said. "Unfortunately besides all the peripheral stuff, we played a team that played a great basketball game." Said Davis: "You're going to think about it. It's on your brain. It's on your mind. You can feel it. But you got to move past it and move forward." Yahoo! Sports

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