Davis (back) will not play during Tuesday's season finale against the Warriors, Andrew Lopez of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Despite being listed as probable since late March, Davis will, once again, sit out. Based on his trade request earlier in the season, it's very possible Davis has played his final game in a Pelicans uniform. He'll finish the year averaging 25.9 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 2.4 blocks and 1.6 steals across 33.0 minutes in 56 appearances.
Davis (back) is listed as probable for Tuesday's regular season finale against Golden State. Based on how the Pels have handled DAvis over the last few weeks, this designation doesn't mean anything, but there's still a slight chance he could take the floor for what would likely be his final game in a Pelicans uniform. Check for an official update after shootaround Tuesday morning, but the expectation is that Jahlil Okafor will end up making another start at center.
Davis (back) will not play in Sunday's game against the Kings. Despite the fact that the Pelican continue to list Davis as probable with a lingering back injury, this will be his sixth straight absence. While the Pelicans may go ahead and list Davis as probable for the team's final game of the regular season Tuesday, it appears safe to say that the big man has played his final game in a Pelicans uniform.
Correcting a previous note, Davis (back) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Kings. Davis continues to be listed as probable, but he hasn't played in any of the past five games. Recent history would say he's likely out again Sunday, but the Pelicans insist he's expected to play.
Davis (back) is probable for Sunday's tilt with Sacramento. Davis has a good shot of returning Sunday after missing the past five games with a lower back issue. Even if he doesn't return, however, it seems unlikely that Davis'll exceed the 21 minutes he's averaged for nearly two months.
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