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85 Baron Davis PG
Height/Weight: 6-3/212 | Birthdate: 4/13/1979 | Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA | Team: | College: UCLA | NBA Experience: 13 | Salary: /images/players/unknown-player-170x170.png | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Davis out 12 months


(5/7/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis' MRI taken on his injured right knee revealed a partial tear of the patella tendon and complete tears of his ACL and MCL, the team announced on Monday. Davis, who suffered the injury during Game 4 of the Knicks' first-round series against the Heat on Sunday, is expected to be sidelined for 12 months.

Davis suffers serious knee injury


(5/6/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was forced to leave Sunday’s Game 4 win over the Heat during the third quarter, suffering a dislocated right kneecap while running on a fastbreak. Davis went down immediately and had to be taken off the court on a stretcher. Davis played 25 minutes in the game, scoring two points on 0 for 4 shooting, with two assists and four turnovers.

Davis plays through back issues


(5/1/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was able to play through a back injury during Game 2 of Monday's Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Heat. Davis, who was been dealing with lower back soreness for a few weeks, finished with 12 points and six assists in the 104-94 loss.

Davis exits with back tightness


(4/28/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was only able to play 17 minutes during Saturday's opening game of the Eastern Conference semifinals in Miami, as his back tightened up and forced him out. Davis started the game strong, scoring 10 points in the first half, however that was all he was able to muster, along with two assists as the Knicks fell 100-67.

Davis doubles up in return


(4/22/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was back on the floor on Sunday against Atlanta, after missing the team’s previous two games with a stomach virus and hamstring injury. He played well in the game, scoring 13 points with 10 assists in 31 minutes, for his first double-double of the season. He shot 3 of 4 from three-point range and added two steals as the Knicks edged the Hawks, 113-112.

Davis sits with stomach virus


(4/20/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was held out of Friday night's contest against the Cavaliers due to a stomach virus, reports the team's official website. Davis, who has also been dealing with a hamstring issue, has now missed two start games for New York. He is being considered day to day with his ailments.

Davis takes a night off


(4/18/2012) Despite telling reporters on Tuesday that he would be able to play, Knicks guard Baron Davis is a no-go for Wednesday's matchup at New Jersey, as he is dealing with a stomach virus that caused him to need IV prior to Tuesday's game. Mike Bibby will start in his place.

Davis dealing with illness and hamstring issue


(4/18/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis tweaked his hamstring during the third quarter of Tuesday's win over the Celtics, reports the New York Times. Davis also told reporters that he was dealing with an illness and received a IV just before tipoff. However, he added he will be available to play in Wednesday's contest against the Nets. Davis finished with just one assist in 18 minutes in the 118-110 win over Boston.

Davis' minutes to be monitored


(4/13/2012) Knicks interim coach Mike Woodson told reporters on Friday that he wants to limit guard Baron Davis' minutes moving forward. Davis, who has been dealing with hamstring, knee and back issues, will be held to around 25-26 minutes per game, according to Woodson.

Davis to remain starting PG


(4/2/2012) Knicks interim coach Mike Woodson confirmed that Baron Davis will remain the team's starting point guard for the time being. However, Woodson did add that he will try limit Davis' minutes as the veteran is still battling a hamstring injury. “I can’t play him 30 minutes, 35 minutes,’’ Woodson said of Davis. “I just can’t do it. I don’t think he’ll have much left and it might take a day or two for him to recover. He’s getting there but not there yet.’’

Davis able to play on


(3/31/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was able to remain in the starting lineup for Saturday night's contest against the Cavaliers. Davis, who was briefly was forced to leave Friday's loss to the Hawks due to a hamstring injury, finished with six points and five assists in the 91-75 win over Cleveland. He went 2 of 6 from the field and also added four rebounds to his stat line, while logging 29 minutes of game action.

Davis dealing with another injury


(3/31/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis briefly left Friday night's contest against the Hawks with a hamstring injury. Davis sustained the injury in the second quarter but was able to return. He finished with four points and four assists while logging 24 minutes of game action.

Davis starts at point guard


(3/26/2012) New York point guard Baron Davis started on Monday in a win over Milwaukee with Jeremy Lin injured. Davis saw a nice boost in minutes with 34 for the Knicks, though he scored just 13 points on 3 of 12 shooting from the field. Davis went 1 of 5 from long range and added seven assists, five rebounds and a steal for the Knicks in the win.

Davis gets back in the game


(3/21/2012) After missing the team’s two previous games with a hamstring injury, Knicks guard Baron Davis made his return to the floor on Wednesday, playing 11 minutes as the Knicks defeated the 76ers, 82-79. Davis shot 2 of 7 from the field for five points, while dishing out just one assist, with three turnovers.

Davis expected to play


(3/21/2012) The New York Post is reporting that that Knicks guard Baron Davis, who has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury, is expected to play on Wednesday against the 76ers.

Davis out Tuesday


(3/20/2012) ESPN.com reports that Knicks guard Baron Davis will not play Tuesday night against Toronto. Davis is dealing with a hamstring injury. This will be the second game he has missed with the injury.

Davis takes part in practice


(3/19/2012) MSG Network reports that Knicks guard Baron Davis is participating in practice drills Monday, but he is still listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against Toronto. Davis missed Saturday's game against Indiana because of a hamstring issue, but new Knicks coach Mike Woodson said the injury is "not as severe as we thought."

Davis targeting Tuesday


(3/18/2012) New York guard Baron Davis (hamstring) said he is hoping to return to the lineup for Tuesday's game against Toronto, according to the MSG Network. Davis missed Saturday's game against Indiana because of a hamstring issue, but new Knicks coach Mike Woodson said the injury is "not as severe as we thought."

Davis sits with hammy issue


(3/17/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was held out of Saturday's contest against the Pacers due to a hamstring injury. Davis, who sustained the injury during Friday's win over Indiana, is being considered day to day. ”It’s not as severe as we thought,” Woodson said, “but we’re not taking any chances right now," coach Mike Woodson told reporters.

Davis leaves with hammy issue


(3/16/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis was in the middle of his best shooting performance of the season on Friday against the Pacers, making his first three shots from the field, however he was forced to leave the game in the second quarter with a right hamstring injury. The team announced that he would not return to the game.

Davis plays through illness


(3/14/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis came down with an upset stomach prior to game time on Wednesday against the Trail Blazers, however it didn’t stop him from posting his first double-digit assist game since last April as the Knicks won in a blow out, 121-79. Davis didn’t do much scoring, putting up four points on 1 of 4 shooting, as he was too busy setting up his teammates. He had 10 assists with just one turnover in only 18 minutes.

Davis to play despite illness


(3/14/2012) The New York Daily News reports Knicks guard Baron Davis is listed as probable for Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers despite an upset stomach.

Davis figuring it out


(3/9/2012) Knicks guard Baron Davis has had his struggles this season as he attempts to come back from a back injury that cost him most of the first half of the season. On Friday, he had arguably his best game of the season, notching season highs of nine points and nine assists in 31 minutes as the Knicks fell, 119-114 vs. the Bucks. Davis still struggled with his shot, hitting just 4 of 10, however he also added two steals and five rebounds in the game. Davis played extensive minutes as the Knicks went with a two point guard lineup more often late.

Davis dishes at a high rate


(2/29/2012) New York point guard Baron Davis finally looked good backing up Jeremy Lin on Wednesday as the second half of the NBA season opened against Cleveland. Davis played just 15 minutes in the game, but he made the most of them. Instead of jacking up shots, Davis recorded eight assists as he scored four points on 2 of 4 shooting. Davis added two rebounds and had a steal without a turnover.

Davis hopes to improve soon


(2/24/2012) The New York Daily News reports that Knicks guard Baron Davis, who struggled Thursday night at Miami, hopes to improve soon. Davis missed all seven of his shots, including four 3-pointers. He did have three assists, but it’s been a struggle for the veteran guard who missed nine months with a back injury. “It’s very difficult,” Davis said. “I don’t want to get into the trap of being measured with every game. This is still really practice time for me. I haven’t played in nine, 10 months. Maybe it will take 10 games or 15 games. My goal is to be peaking by April.” Coach Mike D’Antoni spoke with Davis following the 102-88 loss to Miami and told him to remain positive and that he will still be a factor for the Knicks this season. Davis has made just one of 12 shots in three games as a Knick. “I think he has a month to be two or three times better than he is right now,” D’Antoni said. “I do not know how far he will go. For him to be 100 percent, that would be our goal, but he will definitely be better than tonight. And when he does, that would be an awesome weapon to have.”