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Baron Davis
Baron Davis
Position: -
Born: 04/13/79
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:214 lbs. / 97.5 kg.
Earnings: $147,692,983 ($213,527,710*)
On Saturday, the Clippers debuted their City Edition uniforms that celebrates the Drew League and its role in L.A.’s basketball community and culture. Its founder Alvin Wills was honored at the game. Hundreds of NBA players have made appearances in the summer league games, including Lue when he was a player. Asked if he scored much during his Drew League games, Lue said, “No. Baron Davis wouldn’t pass me the ball.”
Houston Rockets guard Jalen Green, freshly named to the All-Rookie First Team last month, is expanding his profile internationally as he moves into his second NBA season. In a recent phone interview, Green told me he is joining the East Asia Super League — which will feature teams from greater China, Japan, Korea and the Philippines — as an ambassador and investor. Retired NBAers Baron Davis, Metta Sandiford-Artest and Shane Battier hold similar roles with the fledgling league.

Tracy McGrady on who's the best one-on-one player: 'Kobe Bryant is definitely at the top of that list'

Who’s the best one-on-one player in your opinion? Tracy McGrady: Kobe (Bryant) is definitely at the top of that list. I could go with a handful of guys that are great one-on-one players. Baron Davis. Cuttino Mobley. Lou Williams. Jamal Crawford. These are one-on-one certified killers. Allen Iverson. That’s what these guys do. But definitely, Kobe is at the top of that list.
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The need to constantly toggle between apps led to the formation of Chalkboard, a new messaging platform that has set out to close the loop for social sports bettors and become the “Discord of sports betting.” Mauze, the company’s co-founder and CEO, explained, “The idea was to build a product with scores, with bet tracking, that would become the communications center for sports betting—to productize the group chat we’ve had for the last [few] years.” Former NBA player-turned-investor Baron Davis and Los Angeles Clippers star Paul George have backed the company, participating in the approximately $1.5 million pre-seed round that just closed.
It didn’t take long for Baron Davis to see Mauze’s vision for Chalkboard. The two-time NBA All-Star invested in, and sits on the Advisory Board of, Sleeper (think: Discord for fantasy sports). While that company may lack mainstream prominence, it has more than 3 million active users, a top-50 user-retention ranking within the App Store and a long list of high-profile investors (including Andreesen Horowitz, which led a $40 million Series C round at a $400 million valuation). “I was drawn to Chalkboard because, to me, it felt like their mission and their product were aligned with what I believe to be the future of sports tech—specialized, focused, social spaces for fans,” Davis said.