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Baron Davis
Baron Davis
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Born: 04/13/79
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:214 lbs. / 97.5 kg.
Davis’ TV and film production company, No Label, will create content with a focus on diversity and empowerment. It’ll follow up on some thoughtful work he’s already produced, including the acclaimed documentaries “Crips and Bloods: Made In America,” and “The Drew: No Excuse, Just Produce.” Davis said the films arose from a need to communicate what it was like to grow up in South Central Los Angeles, while also giving a voice to the misrepresented.
“The Drew,” which Davis also directed, is about a storied basketball league in the community that attracts top talent. “Crips and Bloods” chronicles the rise of those infamous gangs through first-person accounts. “You see these documentaries on gangs, and they’re just telling you what the gang’s doing, telling you, telling you. So it’s like you’re so afraid of them and they strike this fear in you,” Davis said. “I was like, you know what, let’s turn the camera and let’s give the camera to them.” Davis sought to show a different side of gang life.
Former NBA star Baron Davis is pumped Nancy Lieberman got tapped to head coach a BIG3 team … and says her hiring proves their sport is inclusive of all people. “That’s my girl. Well deserved,” Baron — a recent BIG3 signee — told TMZ Sports. “The thing about basketball is there ain’t no discrimination. If you got game, if you know the game, we gonna accept you.”
Six-time All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire talked about the wine baths he took during his NBA career while on TNT’s show Players Only on Tuesday night. With Chris Webber, Isiah Thomas and Baron Davis on set, the questions went from “How did the wine baths help you?” to “How about the recovery in the morning, you ain’t have no hangover in the morning?” to “Do you drink your own bath water (from the wine bath)?”
With 19,067 people mostly on their feet in Staples Center, Baron Davis stuck his head out of the sunroof while wearing Los Angeles Clippers warm-up gear and a red headband. His Clippers teammate Blake Griffin needed a memorable dunk as JaVale McGee was eying the trophy in 2011. While the Kia Ultima wasn’t Griffin’s car of choice, he made it work. And in one of the most memorable and debated NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Championships, Griffin sealed the victory by jumping over the silver sedan, somehow having the timing to catch a misplaced one-handed lob pass by Davis and dunking the basketball hard with two hands. “I was worried that I wasn’t going to get the dunk down,” Griffin said. “The idea was to windmill it. It was a little high. So, then I was just like, ‘Dunk it.’ So right after I dunked it, I came down and I was pissed because I didn’t think it was going to be good enough. But it worked out. But like everything, there was controversy.”
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Former NBA player Baron Davis designs and creates holiday merchandise through his company Black Santa. This year, ESPN commissioned Davis to make ugly sweaters for the matchups on Christmas Day. The inspiration for the Black Santa company came from Davis’ desire to create content that puts a positive light on African American culture. He trademarked Black Santa and developed it as both a brand and a media company — one that focuses on positive African American narratives, as well as a brand that offers apparel and merchandise surrounding his Black Santa character.
7 months ago via ESPN