Some guys are just born to hoop and Baron Davis is one of them. The last time we saw him on an NBA court, he suffered an ugly knee injury with the Knicks during a nationally televised game.
But B-Diddy is back. He has officially signed with the Delaware 87ers of the D-League. Some may scoff at this, but this is quite the accomplishment. He’s 36, suffered a bad knee injury and was able to work his way back in shape enough to play professional basketball in the U.S. again. That’s pretty impressive.
The Delaware 87ers today announced the team has acquired former NBA All-Star Baron Davis from the available player pool.
“Our organizational efforts continue to center on finding, developing, and providing opportunity to talented professionals,” said Philadelphia 76ers Chief of Staff and Delaware 87ers General Manager, Brandon D. Williams. “Baron still has much to contribute to the game, and we are excited to play a role as he transitions through the next phase of his successful career.”