Davis said he's fully healthy and has been working out with the intention of returning to the NBA this season, Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com reports.
Davis sat out the 2015-16 season while recovering from left ankle surgery last September, resulting in a cool market for the big man even when he was presumably close to full health in the second half. At 30 years old, the 6-foot-9 Davis is probably on the downside of his career, but if he proves he's healthy in workouts this summer, he could attract interest from a team as a training camp invitee.
Davis's agent said Tuesday that the forward, who is recovering from left ankle surgery, is expected to resume basketball activities later in November, Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Once he begins training on the court again, Davis will likely require several weeks of conditioning work before he receives any serious tryouts with NBA teams. Davis appeared in 74 games with the Clippers last season, averaging four points and 2.3 rebounds over 12.2 minutes per contest.
Clippers president and coach Doc Rivers has reached out to the representatives of power forward Glen Davis, whom they would like to retain, a source has told Yahoo Sports.
The 29-year-old Davis played just 904 minutes last season, the lowest total of his career. He averaged a career-low 4.0 points per game, but shot 45.9 percent from the field, his finest accuracy since his rookie season.
Clippers forward Glen Davis said the ankle injury that bothered in Game 5 is no longer affecting him, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Davis suffered an ankle sprain during the opening-round series against the Spurs. Davis has scored 12 points during the first five games of the playoff series against the Rockets.
The Clippers are 8 1/2-point favorites over the Rockets in Game 6 on Thursday.
Clippers power forward Glen Davis was fined $5,000 for flopping in the first quarter of Game 3 against Houston, the league announced.
Davis went down after being pushed by Dwight Howard.
The Clippers have announced that power forward Glen Davis will play in Game 7 of the playoff series against San Antonio on Saturday night.
Davis injured his ankle Thursday, but it healed quickly.
An ankle injury that had Clippers reserve power forward Glen Davis wheeled off the court Thursday has healed well enough to make him a possibility to play in Game 7 Saturday night against San Antonio, a source has told the Los Angeles Times.
Davis was diagnosed with a low ankle sprain. It was feared initially that it was broken.
Clippers PF Glen Davis left Thursday's game with an injured foot. Although he was initially worried that he'd reinjured the broken bone in his foot that has bothered him the last two seasons, per the L.A. Times.
Instead, Davis had suffered a low ankle sprain. His status for Saturday's game 7 is still TBA.
Clippers forward Glen Davis suffered a sprained left ankle in Game 5 against the Spurs Thursday and will not return, the team announced.
Davis, who committed five fouls in 10 minutes, had to be helped to the locker room after suffering the injury. He finishes the game with two points on 1 of 2 shooting as well as three rebounds.
Clippers forward Glen Davis was fined $15,000 by the NBA on Tuesday for kicking a seat cushion into the stands during Sunday's game at Boston.
The incident occurred during the fourth quarter after the Clippers called a timeout. The cushion did not appear to harm any fans.
Clippers forward Glen Davis has been cleared to play in Sunday's game against the Pelicans, reports Fox Sports Radio.
Davis is dealing with an illness, which caused him to miss Friday's contest.
The Clippers are 9-point favorites.
The Clippers ruled guard Jamal Crawford and forward Matt Barnes out of Wednesday's game against the Trail Blazers, the team announced.
Crawford suffered a right calf contusion during Monday's contest. Guard Austin Rivers is expected to see an increase in minutes with Crawford out. Meanwhile, Barnes has been dealing with a strained hamstring, which caused him to miss Monday's game. Forward Glen Davis could see an expanded role with Barnes sidelined.
The Clippers are pick 'em against the Blazers.
Clippers F Glen Davis will try to play on Monday at the Mavericks, according to a report from Mavs Outsider's Bryan Gutierrez.
The official word from the team was less optimistic, saying Davis "could" be available.
Davis was initially listed as doubtful for Monday's game. He was forced to leave Sunday's game at Oklahoma City, suffering from back spasms after taking a hard fall.
The Clippers are nine-point underdogs to the Mavericks on Monday.
Clippers F Glen Davis is listed as doubtful for Monday's game at the Mavericks, according to a report from Clippers.com's Rowan Kavner.
Davis was forced to leave Sunday's game at Oklahoma City, suffering from back spasms after taking a hard fall.
The Clippers are 8.5 point underdogs to the Mavericks on Monday.
Clippers forward Glen Davis was forced to leave Sunday's game at Oklahoma City after taking a fall to the ground.
Davis had to be helped off the court and the Clippers announced Davis is suffering from back spasms and he will not return to the game, reports the team's official website.
Clippers coach Doc Rivers indicated that forward Glen Davis will play in a limited role Saturday against the Blazers, the team announced. Davis has yet to play during the regular season due to a strained groin.
Clippers power forward Glen Davis is out for Wednesday's game against the Warriors but is expected to return to action Saturday, the Orange County Register reports. Davis hasn't played this season due to a groin injury.
Clippers forward Glen Davis was officially ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Kings, per ESPN. Davis is dealing with a groin injury. He has yet to play a game this season.
Clippers forward Glen Davis was unable to play Thursday against the Thunder.
Davis is dealing with a groin injury, and was considered doubtful coming into the contest. Prior to the game, the team made Davis inactive. Coach Doc Rivers said Davis had resumed running, and that it was possible he could return within the week, according to the LA Times.
Clippers forward Glen Davis is out indefinitely due to a groin strain, according to the Orange County Register.
Davis is dealing with a right groin strain. He's expected to be out until at least the regular season. There's some hope that he can return for the season opener.