Ed Davis News & Bio

Name:Ed Davis
Hometown:Richmond, VA
High School:Benedictine
Born:June 5, 1989 (30)
Height/Weight:6-10, 215
Pro Team:Utah Jazz (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2008 McDonald's All-American
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Utah Jazz Officially Sign Ed Davis
The Utah Jazz have signed forward Ed Davis. Davis is a nine-year NBA veteran with career averages of 6.5 points and 6.8 rebounds in 640...

NBA’s Ed Davis holds free basketball camp in Richmond
As Ed Davis gets ready for his 11th NBA season, coming home and holding a free basketball camp is something he couldn’t pass on. “Just...

Ed Davis isn’t a scorer — but his rebounding and defense are enough to make up for it for the Jazz
In the last few years, Ed Davis became one of the most highly regarded backup centers in the NBA. Instead of focusing on what Ed...

Utah Jazz sign power forward Ed Davis to 2 yr $10M contract
Brooklyn Nets forward, and former Portland Trail Blazers stalwart, Ed Davis has agreed to sign with the Utah Jazz. The deal runs two years and...

Appreciating the underrated Ed Davis
At 6’10”, Ed Davis might not be an NBA superstar, but he’s arguably the most underrated player on Brooklyn’s roster, and the front office should...

Ed Davis: An Appreciation
In Game 1 of the first-round of the playoffs between Philly and Brooklyn, Ed Davis outrebounded Joel Embiid, 16-15. There are few in the NBA...

Ed Davis, Still Boarding
Brooklyn Nets forward Ed Davis ranks third in the NBA in rebound percentage (22.0) and is fourth in offensive rebound percentage (14.0) and third in...

Rebounding, screens and hustle: Ed Davis driving the Nets as backup center
In short, NBA teams are looking for a glue guy. They're looking for Ed Davis. In his first year with the Brooklyn Nets, Davis has...

Don't let rebounding sensation Ed Davis go unnoticed on the Nets
Brooklyn has been a team that has thrived because it is the sum of their parts. Head coach Kenny Atkinson tells HoopsHype that Ed Davis...

Ed Davis ranks among NBA’s lords of the boards
Native Richmonder Ed Davis ranks with pro basketball’s lords of the boards. Few players crash the backboards more relentlessly. In his first season with the...

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