Anthony Puccio: Ed Davis is a game time decision. #Nets
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Anthony Puccio: Ed David is out for Game 5. #Nets
Michael Scotto: Ed Davis (ankle) is expected to be OUT for Game 4, Brooklyn Nets coach Kenny Atkinson says.
Brian Lewis: Ed Davis will be available for tonight’s #Nets Game 2 game at Philadelphia. #Sixers #76ers
Brian Lewis: #Nets big men Ed Davis (right ankle sprain) and Jared Dudley (right calf tightness) are both questionable for Game 2 vs the #Sixers. #76ers
Anthony Puccio: Ed Davis seemed to tweak his ankle and is headed to the locker room.
Laura Albanese: Ed Davis (ankle) playing today for the Nets.
Anthony Puccio: Ed Davis has a left ankle sprain and is listed as questionable for tomorrow. #Nets
Jason Quick: Ed Davis has joined the Blazers in Denver and is no longer listed on injury report. The NBA’s top reserve center is expected to play Monday.
Jason Quick: Ed Davis targeted San Antonio or Denver for his return, but Terry Stotts says “there are no plans right now” to have him join team on trip.
Jay Allen: Ed Davis (sprained right ankle) did not travel with #Blazers to Dallas for start of 4-game road trip. @Portland Trail Blazers @RipCityRadio620
Ed Davis is expected to miss at least a week with a sprained right ankle, an injury he suffered near the end of the third quarter of the Blazers’ Friday night victory over the L.A. Clippers.
Davis underwent magnetic resonance imaging testing Friday night, confirming the original diagnosis, and the team said Saturday he’ll be reevaluated in 7 to 14 days. That means Davis, who has played in all 76 Blazers games this season, could miss at least four games and potentially the rest of the regular season.
Joe Freeman: Blazers announce that Evan Turner (low back soreness), Jusuf Nurkić (low back soreness), Ed Davis (right foot strain) and Shabazz Napier (toe) are available for tonight’s game vs the Thunder.
Joe Freeman: Ed Davis on shoulder: “I got cleared this morning, so I’ll be good to go for practice tomorrow.”
Jay Allen: Ed Davis says he was cleared for 5-on-5, full contact today. Is 100% ready to go for Training Camp. @Portland Trail Blazers @RipCityRadio620
Ed Davis isn’t playing full-court basketball yet, but that’s coming soon. The Trail Blazers open training camp for the 2017-18 season Sept. 25, and the veteran forward expects to be full-bore after recovering from arthroscopic surgery to repair the labrum in his left shoulder. “The surgery and rehab went well,” the 6-10, 240-pound southpaw says. “I’m glad I got the surgery done. I gave it my all this summer. I’ll come into camp 100 percent. I’m good to go.”
Jason Quick: Ed Davis said he expects to be back doing basketball activities by July 1 after his left shoulder surgery on March 7.
Trail Blazers center Ed Davis underwent successful arthroscopic surgery today to stabilize the labrum in his left shoulder, it was announced by president of basketball operations Neil Olshey. The procedure was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic in Los Angeles. Davis will be be out for the remainder of the 2016-17 season, but is expected to be ready for the 2017-18 Training Camp.
Portland center Ed Davis will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder to repair an injured labrum, it was announced today by Neil Olshey, Trail Blazers president of basketball operations.
Jason Quick: Ed Davis (wrist) said he will return on Friday against Dallas. Has missed six of last seven games.
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The Celtics, meanwhile, will pull back and most likely build around their young core, with Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown as the centerpieces. According to a league source, the Celtics never felt like a deal for Davis was close as discussions unfolded this past week.
Boston had a better collection of assets and young players to dangle if it chose. But the source said that the uncertainty surrounding Davis’s future had made the Celtics reluctant to overwhelm the Pelicans with their best possible offer, and that they had abstained from including Tatum in their packages.
There was some belief that the Celtics should chase Davis at any cost and attempt to win a championship next year, just like the Raptors successfully did with Kawhi Leonard this season. But sources said the Celtics also had concerns about giving up so many important pieces of their roster that they would not necessarily even be a championship-caliber team with Davis next season.
Even if Irving departs, the Celtics remain optimistic about the state of the franchise. They hold the 14th, 20th, and 22nd picks in this draft. Even though some, if not all, of those picks likely would have been shipped out in a Davis deal, sources said the pursuit of Davis did not affect the team’s draft preparations, as they carried on, business as usual. According to a league source, the Celtics will continue to explore ways to potentially use some of those picks in deals for other current players, but that nothing was imminent.