Birthplace: Baton Rouge, LA
NBA Seasons: 9
NBA Championships: 1
The powerful player known as Big Baby was a force in 2019, leading Power in steals (0.9 per game) and assists (2.4 per game) and ranking among the BIG3’s top ten in each category. He also contributed as a scorer (4.8 points per game) and rebounder (3.3).
A 2018 BIG3 champion and 2008 NBA champion, Davis was a force down low during the 2018 campaign and a big reason for Power’s success in the playoffs and regular season. Ranking ninth overall in rebounds per game and sixth overall in field goal percentage, Davis was efficient and presented match-up difficulties for the league’s other big-men.
Davis played nine seasons in the NBA with the Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic and L.A. Clippers. He was the 35th overall player taken in the 2007 NBA Draft – taken by the Seattle Supersonics and sent to the Celtics in a draft-day trade. As a rookie in Boston, he won a championship with the 2008 Boston Celtics alongside teammates Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and BIG3 fan favorite Brian Scalabrine. Davis had his best statistical season with the 2012-13 Orlando Magic, averaging 15.1 points and 7.2 rebounds per game. In 514 career NBA games, he averaged 8 points and 4.4 rebounds per game.
Davis was a McDonald’s All-American, one of the top high school players in the nation before attending LSU. In 2006, he led the Tigers to their first Final Four appearance in 20 years, earning SEC Player of the Year honors along the way.