The much awaited debut of Baron Davis may may come to an end tonight versus the Cavs. After a much needed win against the Bobcats on Tuesday, the NYPost caught up with Baron Davis and he addressed his status and possibility for tonight’s game.
Yesterday morning, Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni would not rule out the injured point guard making his debut tonight against the Cavaliers, who cut Davis this offseason via the NBA’s amnesty provision.
But after Davis performed poorly in a 3-on-3 scrimmage in the afternoon, the point guard admitted he felt it was unlikely.
“I’m taking it one day at a time, see what happens when I go out and work out and get shots up and see how I feel [this] morning,’’ Davis said last night. “I would love to play, but I don’t think it’s possibly going to happen.’’
In the morning, D’Antoni held out some hope.
“It could be [tonight], that doesn’t mean it is,’’ D’Antoni said. “I said that so I don’t lie to you. I have no idea. I wouldn’t rule anything out.’’
Daily Knicks Peeps, are you excited to see Baron Davis on the floor with Amare, ‘Melo, and Chandler?