Davis (coach's decision) didn't play in Thursday's win over Golden State.
The center hasn't appeared in a game since April 18 against the Clippers -- a streak of six straight games. On the year, Davis is posting 2.2 points and 5.1 rebounds in 22 outings with the Timberwolves.
Davis added two points (2-2 FT), 10 rebounds, two steals, two blocks and one assist during Tuesday's loss to Brooklyn.
Davis played for the first time since Feb. 8 and he didn't disappoint. The center tied a season high off the glass while finishing with at least one tally in every major statistical category across 10 minutes of action. Tuesday's outing snapped a streak of 30 straight games of him watching from the sidelines.
Davis did not play in Monday's loss to the Thunder.
The veteran center hasn't seen the court since Feb. 8 against Dallas -- a span of 19 straight contests. After three consecutive starts from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1, Davis has only played a total of eight minutes across two appearances over the past 23 games.
Davis will come off the bench Wednesday against the Spurs.
The veteran big man started the last three games but will return to the bench with Naz Reid (wrist) rejoining the starting five Wednesday. Davis should still operate as the backup center since Karl-Anthony Towns (COVID-19 protocols) is still unavailable.
Davis started at center in Sunday's 109-104 win over the Cavaliers and finished scoreless (0-2 FG) with five rebounds, three steals, three blocks and one assist in 23 minutes.
Starting his second straight game with both Karl-Anthony Towns (COVID-19) and Naz Reid (wrist) out, Davis didn't do much offensively, but he contributed some impressive defensive stats before fouling out. His stay in the starting five will likely be short-lived, so Davis is probably best avoided in fantasy leagues with weekly lineup moves.
Davis will get the start at center in Friday's game against the 76ers.
Davis will start in place of Naz Reid (wrist). The big man has averaged 3.8 points and 5.3 rebounds across 17.4 minutes in four starts this season.
Davis isn't starting Wednesday against the Grizzlies.
The 31-year-old started and played 18 minutes Sunday with Karl-Anthony Towns sitting the second part of a back-to-back set, and he'll return to the bench Wednesday. Davis hasn't seen any game action when Towns has been healthy this season.
Davis will come off the bench Saturday against the Spurs.
With Karl-Anthony Towns (wrist) back in the starting five, Davis will return to the bench. It's not a guarantee that the veteran sees game action.
Davis will start Sunday's game against the Nuggets, Dane Moore of BlueWire reports.
The veteran will make his first start of the season as a defensive move to combat the Nuggets' Nikola Jokic. Davis is a volume rebounder, but he doesn't provide much fantasy value in other categories. Naz Reid, who started the last three contests, will shift to the bench.
Davis scored four points with seven rebounds, an assist and a block in 13 minutes in Sunday's loss to the Lakers.
Davis didn't play in Minnesota's first two games, but he'll now get significant minutes off the bench with Karl-Anthony Towns sidelined with a wrist injury. Naz Reid should get the bulk of minutes at center, but Davis has a chance to earn more playing time if he can provide a spark.
Davis did not play in Wednesday's win over Detroit due to a coach's decision.
It looks like Naz Reid is going to be the primary option off the bench when Karl-Anthony Towns needs rest. Davis can probably be avoided in all but the deepest of formats unless there a several injuries in Minnesota's front court.
Davis (knee) is expected to be available for Saturday's preseason game against the Grizzlies.
Davis was dealing with a knee injury during the 2020 postseason, but he's apparently healed from that and will be good to go for Saturday's preseason action.
Davis has been dealt to Minnesota in exchange for Omari Spellman, Jacob Evans and a future second-round pick, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
This is the second time in three days in which the veteran center has been traded. Davis was previously dealt to New York from Utah on Thursday, and now he will head to Minnesota. In 28 games played last season, Davis averaged 1.8 points and 3.8 rebounds over 10.8 minutes per contest.
Davis (knee) has been traded from the Jazz, along with two second-round picks, to the Knicks, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
The Knicks are essentially doing this deal for the two second-round picks. Davis figures to play a backup role to Mitchell Robinson and will likely remain irrelevant in most fantasy leagues.
Davis (knee) will miss the Jazz's first-round playoff series against Denver after he was diagnosed Sunday with an MCL injury, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Davis exited the Jazz's final game of the regular season Thursday against the Spurs with the injury. The Jazz plan to re-evaluate Davis in a few weeks, so there's a high likelihood that he'll miss additional time if the team advances to the Western Conference semifinals. His absence for the first-round series locks Tony Bradley in as the top backup to starting center Rudy Gobert.
Davis (knee) left Thursday's game against the Spurs and won't return, Eric Walden of The Salt Lake Tribune reports.
This is unfortunate news for Davis, as he was having a solid game to that point, leading the team in scoring with 11 points as well as six rebounds in just seven minutes. Expect an update from the team on his health ahead of their upcoming playoff series.
Davis is starting Friday against the Spurs, Eric Walden of The Salt Lake Tribune reports.
With all of Utah's starters besides Joe Ingles out, Davis is making his first start of the season. In the 18 games this season that he's garnered at least 10 minutes, Davis is averaging 1.7 points and 4.5 rebounds.
Davis (ankle) was available off the bench for Friday's 113-104 loss to the Spurs but didn't see the floor in a coach's decision.
Davis hasn't seen the court since Feb. 1 while battling a sprained left ankle, but he was deemed good to go for the Jazz's first game out of the All-Star break. However, the fact that he went unused suggests he's simply not viewed as a member of coach Quin Snyder's rotation at this time. Tony Bradley has surpassed Davis as the Jazz's top backup behind All-Star center Rudy Gobert.
Davis (ankle) won't play in Wednesday's contest against Miami.
As expected, the center will miss a fifth straight contest to tend to a left ankle sprain. Davis' next opportunity to return to the court looms after the All-Star break against the Spurs on Feb. 21.
Davis (ankle) is doubtful for Wednesday's game against the Heat.
Davis was on track to return from a four-game absence due to a back injury Wednesday before spraining his left ankle. Look for his status to clear up closer to game time, but it sounds like Utah will be without the big man for its final game before the All-Star break.
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