NBA Free Agent Rumors: Glen Davis Looking to Play for Clippers or Mavericks?

By Meghna Subhedhar | 1 year ago
NBA Free Agent Rumors: Glen Davis Looking to Play for Clippers or Mavericks?

Amongst the free agents, Glen Davis, Mike Miller, and Brendan Haywood are still available. The market is rife with the speculation that Davis might be picked up by LA Clippers or Dallas Mavericks. Lakers could also vie for Davis’s skills although they are just as likely to pick up Haywood. It is also noteworthy that Miller, Greg Stiemsma and Norris Cole are still available for the teams to pick. Read on for more details.

There has been some talk about Davis returning back to LA Clippers for the next season, but the Clippers have failed to make any definitive moves in this regard. Davis has not been picked up by the Clippers or any other team all summer, and we wonder if his luck is going to change.


Los Angeles Times recently wrote about the forward’s return to the team. The report said that Davis’ representatives and the Clippers’ coach, Doc Rivers, had an informal talk with each other on Monday and both the parties seemed interested in getting together, but no official statement was released. The Clippers have places to be filled on the roster and Davis seems like a good fit.

On the other hand, the team is also rumored to trade Jamal Crawford. If they get Chris Andersen for Crawford, Davis might get ignored by the team. If, on the other hand, they decide to keep Crawford, they might just sign on Davis too. They might get their hands on Crawford’s skills as a solid bench scorer that way.

Sports World reports that the Mavericks have been thinking about Davis too. They have been in touch with him all through summer. They may want another player on the team, who does well on the front court side.

Davis reportedly is looking to play overseas too. But details about any international deals falling through have not surfaced yet.

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