Ed Davis was held to one point (0-1 FG, 1-2 FT), 13 rebounds, one assist, and one block across 21 minutes in Wednesday's win over the Rockets.
Despite rarely playing over 30 minutes this season, Davis has been dominant on the glass for the Blazers, as this was the 14th time he's grabbed 10 or more boards. He's an outstanding one-category play in deeper formats for his rebounding prowess, but don't expect much production in other areas, as his offensive game is limited and he's not much of a rim protector.
Sunday's game was tight throughout, and coach Terry Stotts eventually turned to a frontcourt tandem of Davis and Meyers Leonard down the stretch to combat disruptive rookie Karl-Anthony Towns. Davis did most of his damage offensively from the charity stripe, setting a season high in free-throws made. In the new year, he's served in a reserve role, averaging 7.0 points (on 63 percent shooting), 7.0 rebounds, and 1.2 assists in 21 minutes, a run that includes a pair of double-doubles.
Ed Davis delivered 14 points (6-6 FG, 2-4 FT), 10 rebounds, one assist, one steal, and one block in 24 minutes during the Portland Trail Blazers ' 116-104 win over the Nets on Friday.
Davis has been dealing with a right knee contusion, but he played extremely well on Friday. Over his last five appearances, Davis is averaging 8.6 points (69.2 FG, 58.3 FT), 10.0 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 0.4 blocks, and 0.2 steals in 22 minutes per night. Davis isn't much of a rim protector, and he doesn't get many minutes, which leads to plenty of lackluster statistical outputs. Still, Davis is a solid career back-up who provides efficiency, albeit without the counting stats needed to be a valuable contributor in most leagues.
Ed Davis (knee) scored two points (1-3 FG) with 12 rebounds over 24 minutes in a 99-85 victory over the Jazz on Wednesday.
Davis, who has been playing through a right knee contusion, has managed to secure rebounds at a formidable rate despite seeing underwhelming minutes. Playing just 21.5 minutes through his last four games, Davis has averaged 10 boards with 7.3 points in that span. Davis, who exceeded starter Mason Plumlee's minutes total on Wednesday, should continue being a solid one-category option in deeper leagues.
Ed Davis (knee) will attempt to play in Sunday's game against the Thunder, Erik Gundersen of The Columbian reports.
Davis is nursing a right knee contusion, which may have been a primary reason why he was limited to just 16 minutes of court time in Friday's game against the Warriors, despite submitting a double-double two days earlier against the Clippers. While Davis figures to factor into coach Terry Stotts' rotation of big men, Davis' ailing knee may prevent him from pushing for more than 20 minutes of floor time.
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