Baron Davis is an American professional basketball player with a net worth of sixty million dollars. Born April thirteen, 1979 in Santa Monica, California, Baron Davis last had for the new York Knicks. He was drafted as the third pick in the 1999 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets. He then played for the new Orleans Hornets, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers and the Cleveland Cavaliers prior to signing as a free agent of 2011 with the New York Clippers. Davis had college basketball at UCLA where he was an All American honoree before turning expert before the junior season of his. Even thought wasn't expected to return to playing until mid 2013, as he was recovering from surgery, Davis became an unrestricted free agent in 2012. Between the years 2000 and 2012, Davis went to the playoffs, with four various teams, seven times. In addition to the NBA career of his, Davis started to be increasingly interested in the movie business. He's a member of the Screen Actors Guild, a status he earned by appearing in such flicks as The Cookout and guest-starring on the tv shows Lincoln Heights and the Forgotten. Also, he came out on the television show Hot in Cleveland during Season three. The film of his resume by creating a selection of films, including the Pool Boys and Bloods and Crips: Made in America was expanded by him. January thirty, 2014, Davis married former Creative Artists Agency (CAA) representative Isabella Brewster, the mother of actress Jordana Brewster. In April 2014, the couple announced they had been expecting a baby.
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