Notes: 2007: Left LSU after Junior season...Selected by Seattle in 2nd round (#35th overall) of the NBA Draft; rights traded to Boston...2008: NBA Champion...2009: Re-signed with Boston to a 2-year, $6.3 million deal, August 10th...2011: Traded to Orlando with Von Wafer for Brandon Bass, Dec. 12th; signed with Orlando to a four-year deal worth $26 million...2014: Waived by Orlando; Feb. 21st; Signed by LA Clippers, Feb. 24th
NBA DRAFT ANALYSIS: Nicknamed "Big Baby"...2006 SEC Player of the Year...Also made the All-SEC First Team in both 2006 and 2007...Amazing body, Davis is built like a truck...Has the strength to match almost any player at the next level...Quick feet for a man of his stature...Usually can overpower his opponents, but can also use surprising mobility to finesse them...Outstanding personality with a true love for the game...Could improve on his shooting...His large frame hinders his leaping ability and ability to run the floor...Needs to get in better shape and improve defensively...Does not have a great wing span and will not block many shots at the next level.
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