Glen 'Big Baby' Davis hasn't been seen on an NBA court in over a year, but the 30-year-old forward has found his voice as of late instead.
As a one-time NBA champion as part of the Boston Celtics in 2008, Davis achieved more than what many of his superstar teammates at the Clippers had when he joined them in 2014.
In a radio interview with Colin Cowherd on Thursday, it appears as though the eight-year veteran wasn't overly impressed during his short time at the Staples Center, particularly with its franchise player, Chris Paul.
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"He has his way about himself," Davis said when asked if Paul was a problem in the locker room. "It's, 'I'm Chris Paul, give me the ball, I'm gonna dribble, dribble, dribble, dribble, dribble, dribble, dribble, dribble, might pass if it looks good, or I'll shoot.'"
The facts might contradict Davis' thoughts a little bit on this one. Paul has averaged 9.9 assists during his career and is undoubtedly one of the best dime-droppers in the league.
In fact, he has finished in the top-three in the league in assists per game in six different seasons.
Also, at just 31-years-old and with plenty of good years ahead of him, Paul sits in 11th on the NBA's all-time assist list. Anyone asserting that the former Charlotte man is greedy has a tough argument to present.
Davis is currently a free agent and hoping to prove to the league that his injury woes that kept him from joining an organisation last summer are firmly behind him.