Davis and the Jazz agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract Sunday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.
Davis contributed off the bench this season for the Nets, averaging 5.8 points and 8.6 rebounds over 81 contests. He's expected to serve in a reserve role with the Jazz behind Rudy Gobert and Derrick Favors.
Davis (ankle) is out for Tuesday's Game 5 against the 76ers, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
A right ankle injury will keep Davis out for a second straight game. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Jared Dudley and DeMarre Carroll may see more time at backup center as a result.
Davis (ankle) is a game-time decision for Tuesday's Game 5 against the 76ers, Anthony Puccio of NetsDaily.com reports.
Davis missed Game 4 due to right ankle soreness, and his availability for Tuesday will come down to the wire. If he's out, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, DeMarre Carroll and Jared Dudley could all see more minutes as backup center options.
Coach Kenny Atkinson said Davis (ankle) is questionable for Tuesday's Game 5 matchup with the Raptors, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Davis sat out Saturday's 112-108 loss with the ankle injury, which he first picked up in Game 1. If he gets the green light to play Tuesday, Davis may only be in store for a minimal role behind starting center Jarrett Allen.
Davis (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday's Game 4 against the 76ers, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Davis was forced out of Thursday's Game 3 with a right ankle injury after playing just 10 minutes, and now the lingering soreness will cost him at least one game in this series. Davis' absence is a big hit to the Nets' frontcourt, as he is the only other active center behind Jarrett Allen. As a result, Brooklyn will have to play small ball when Allen isn't on the floor, which usually means Rondae Hollis-Jefferson seeing time at center.
Davis won't return to Thursday's Game 3 against Philadelphia due to right ankle soreness.
Davis went down after seeing 10 minutes of action, grabbing two rebounds and scoring two points in his time on the court. His injury will likely mean more minutes for Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Jared Dudley.
Davis had two points (1-1 FG) and one rebound in six minutes during Monday's 145-123 Game 2 loss to the 76ers.
Davis took the court despite the fact that he tweaked his ankle in the second half of Saturday's Game 1 win and had previously been listed as questionable for this one. Ultimately, he committed three fouls in his limited minutes and never got comfortable. Still, with two full days to rest in advance of Thursday's Game 3, Davis could be in a little bit better shape as the series shifts to Brooklyn.
Davis (ankle) will play in Monday's Game 2 against the 76ers, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Davis was productive in Game 1 Saturday, posting 12 points and 16 rebounds over 25 minutes. He could be in line for an even larger role, as the Nets will be thinner in the frontcourt with Jared Dudley, who saw 28 minutes on Saturday, already ruled out.
Davis (ankle) is listed as questionable for Game 2 of the Nets' first-round matchup with the 76ers on Monday, Greg Logan of Newsday reports.
Davis tweaked his right ankle in the second half of Saturday's 111-102 win in the series opener, but still produced a double-double (12 points, 16 boards) to go with two assists over 25 minutes. The Nets will presumably reassess Davis' ankle at their morning shootaround Monday before his availability for the contest is determined. If Davis can't go in Game 2, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson could enter the rotation as the Nets' second-unit center.
Davis sprained his ankle during Saturday's win over Toronto, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Davis tweak his ankle near the end of the third quarter in Saturday's playoff contest but the injury doesn't appear to be too severe at the moment. Coach Kenny Atkinson is hopeful that the North Carolina product can participate in practice Sunday. Consider him day-to-day moving forward.
Davis appeared to tweak his ankle during Saturday's Game 1 against the 76ers and went to the locker room, Anthony Puccio of NetsDaily.com reports.
The injury occurred just before the end of the third quarter. He should be considered questionable to return.
Davis tallied 14 points (7-11 FG), 15 rebounds, one steal, and one block in 20 minutes during Friday's 111-106 victory over the Lakers.
Davis was excellent during his 20 minutes on the court, producing his first double-double in a month. Davis has been one of the more underrated pickups this season and has certainly given the Nets depth at the center position. In terms of fantasy, he is arguably the best rebounding streamer available and should be on everyone's radar, especially at this time of the season.
Davis scored 11 points (4-8 FG. 3-4 FT) while adding 16 rebounds and three assists in 21 minutes off the bench during Saturday's 102-89 loss to the Magic.
The veteran big now has four double-doubles on the season, but that's more a product of his limited offensive game -- Davis has grabbed 10 or more boards in five of his last seven contests, averaging 7.7 points, 11.7 rebounds and 1.9 assists over that stretch. The Nets aren't likely to give a 29-year-old journeyman a larger role than the one he has now, so despite his production on the glass his overall fantasy value remains low.
Davis totaled 17 points (6-8 FG, 5-11 FT), 16 rebounds, three assists and a block across 28 minutes in the Nets' win over the Knicks on Friday.
Davis was active on the glass again, grabbing 16 boards for the second time in his last three games and three times in his last eight. Even coming off the bench, he's the Nets' leading rebounder, providing him a safe floor. Davis' modest offensive output (5.7 points per game), however, limits his upside in most formats.
Davis pulled down 16 rebounds and offered six points (2-2 FG, 2-2 FT), one assist and one steal across 25 minutes Monday in the Nets' 123-94 win over the Kings.
The 16 boards matched Davis' season high and gave him his fourth outing of more than 10 boards in January. Despite being locked in as the Nets' backup center, Davis' strong per-minute rebound numbers make him a worthy streaming option for those in leagues with daily moves needing to make up ground in the category. Unless starter Jarrett Allen succumbs to an injury, however, it's difficult to envision Davis becoming a must-roster player in most leagues.
Davis will not play due to rest Saturday against the Bucks.
The Nets aren't on a back-to-back, and Davis hasn't gotten more than 25 minutes since Dec. 16, so it's unclear why he'll be given the day off. Regardless, with him sidelined, Jarrett Allen, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Kenneth Faried could all see extra time at center.
Davis tallied 15 points (7-8 FG, 1-7 FT), nine rebounds, three steals, and one block in 24 minutes during Sunday's 111-103 victory over the Suns.
Davis exploded for 15 points Sunday, adding nine rebounds and a combined four defensive stats. All joking aside, the points are a nice bonus for Davis who continues to be one the more elite rebounding streamers across many formats.
Davis tallied eight points (4-7 FG, 0-1 3Pt), 10 rebounds, five assists, one steal, and one block in 28 minutes during Sunday's 144-127 victory over Atlanta.
Davis played 28 minutes Sunday, coming away with a nice all-around performance. Jarrett Allen was in some early foul trouble and was not required down the stretch, allowing Davis to see some extra playing time. Davis' value comes from his ability to rebound the ball and he remains one of the more consistent rebounding streamers available.
Davis finished with one point (0-3 FG, 1-2 FT), 15 rebounds, and one steal in 21 minutes during Friday's 106-105 overtime win against the Raptors.
Davis finished with a season high in rebounding, and this was the 10th time through 27 appearances that he hauled in double-digit boards. Davis has seen 20-plus minutes only six times this season, so it's no surprise that his production has been somewhat sporadic. With that being said, he's an especially reliable source of rebounds and as a result holds decent value in deeper leagues.
Davis (ankle) will play in Friday's game against the Timberwolves, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reports.
Davis popped up on the injury report with a left ankle sprain Thursday, but it looks like it's just a minor ailment. Look for Davis to play his usual dosage of around 20 minutes off the bench Friday.
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