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Ed Davis News & Bio


Name:Ed Davis
Hometown:Richmond, VA
High School:Benedictine
Born:June 5, 1989 (31)
Height/Weight:6-10, 215
Position:Forward
Pro Team:Utah Jazz (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2008 McDonald's All-American
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Why Ed Davis is against sitting out the NBA re-start
On Friday, 80-plus NBA players got together on a conference call to discuss whether they should go along with the league’s plan to resume the...

Utah Jazz’s Ed Davis says sitting out will hurt the players and their communities
Utah Jazz reserve center Ed Davis, a 10-year NBA veteran, told HoopsHype’s Alex Kennedy in a wide-ranging interview published Monday that he understands all of...

Video: Armando Bacot Trains with Ed Davis
North Carolina sophomore center Armando Bacot is home in Richmond, Va. and training with Utah Jazz forward Ed Davis, a fellow Richmond native and member...

Led by Armando Bacot, UNC works to build offseason chemistry, conditioning
Beyond Armando Bacot's workouts with former UNC forward and current NBA player Ed Davis, Bacot plans to meet next week in St. Louis to workout...

Lucas: Armando Bacot Preparing For Big Step Forward
The summer lockdown hasn't deterred Armando Bacot from getting in workouts with a variety of Tar Heels. Fortunately for Bacot, there's no shortage of good...

Utah Jazz big man Tony Bradley has supplanted Ed Davis in the rotation — but Davis remains a mentor
Ed Davis didn’t envision this when he signed with the Utah Jazz this summer. It’s now three consecutive Did Not Play — Coach’s Decisions he’s...

Tony Bradley getting more opportunities, has support of Utah Jazz teammates
Ed Davis, who has been a mentor to Tony Bradley this season, hasn’t had the easiest path after joining the Jazz during the offseason. Missing...

Tony Bradley has gotten an opportunity for minutes with the Jazz and he’s taking advantage of it
In his third NBA season, Tony Bradley is still young; considerably less raw; and, at the moment, thanks to the departures of Favors and Udoh,...

With Ed Davis out for at least four weeks, it looks like Tony Bradley’s time to step up
With Ed Davis sidelined for at least four weeks due to a fractured left fibula, it’s now time for Tony Bradley to show what he...

Ed Davis fractures fibula, to miss at least four weeks
When Ed Davis left Friday’s game against the Sacramento Kings, his injury was described as a leg contusion. But after further testing, the Jazz discovered...


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