Glen Davis PF/C LAC 1 Month

Davis (groin) has been cleared to play in Saturday's game, the Orange County Register's Dan Woike reports.

With Blake Griffin and Spencer Hawes also jockeying for minutes at power forward, Davis doesn't figure to be a great fantasy option.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 1 Month

Davis (groin) is expected to play Saturday against the Trail Blazers, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Davis was originally believed to be making his return against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, so considering he was held out of that game, it's not a surprise he has a good chance of playing Saturday. He hasn't participated in a game yet this season, so it's good to see him finally getting healthy. He'll offer the Clippers added depth at the power forward position and will receive some reserve minutes as soon as he's back.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 2 Months

Updating a previous report, Davis (groin) will not play Wednesday against the Warriors, Dan Woike of the Orange County Register reports.

Davis was expected to make his 2014-15 debut Wednesday night, but he'll sit at least one more game due to the groin injury he suffered during the preseason. He should suit up Saturday against the Trail Blazers, but isn't likely to see a high volume of playing time in a crowded frontcourt.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 2 Months

Davis (groin) is poised to play Wednesday in Golden State, the Orange County Register reports.

Midway through the preseason, Davis sustained a right groin strain, which has held him out in the interim. When he returns, though, he's unlikely to garner much run in a frontcourt populated by Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and Spencer Hawes.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 2 Months

Davis (groin) is not expected to play in Friday's game against the Lakers, Eric Pincus of the Los Angeles Times reports.

With this news, Davis will miss the first two games of the season and the severity of his injury is still unknown. However, he's currently behind Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and Spencer Hawes on the depth chart, so there's no reason to rush him back and cause further injury when the Clippers have enough man power in the frontcourt as it is. The next opportunity for Davis to make his season debut will be against the Kings on Sunday.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 2 Months

Davis has a right groin strain and is questionable to be ready for the season opener, the Orange County Register's Dan Woike reports.

It's not clear how he got injured, but his availability for the start of the regular season is in jeopardy. However, Davis is fourth in the pecking order for minutes in the frontcourt, behind Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and Spencer Hawes, so his fantasy value is very limited.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 5 Months

Glen Davis will return to the Clippers after agreeing to a 1-year deal for the veteran minimum.

Davis will earn $1.2 million in his second season in Los Angeles. After a mid-season trade that sent him from the Magic to the Clips, Davis was underwhelming in his 23 games played. Big Baby averaged only 4.2 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 0.3 assists as a member of the Clippers. With Spencer Hawes likely being the first big of the bench for Doc Rivers, Davis' role may be further limited heading into next season.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 6 Months

The Clippers are interested in bringing back free agent Glen Davis.

Davis looked terrible in the playoffs and he'll have a hard time getting much on the open market, and it's logical that he'd want to keep playing for the contending Clippers.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 6 Months

Glen Davis will reportedly opt out of his current contract with the Clippers that would pay him $1.4 million next season.

Davis went from starter with Orlando averaging 30.1 minutes per game, to designated bench warmer in Los Angeles, averaging just 13.4 minutes per game. It's possible Davis seeks out a team that will give him a larger role and more minutes, and where he lands will dictate his fantasy value. However, even at his best, Davis is a bottom of the barrel guy who can give you some rebounds and points, but not much else.

Glen Davis PF/C LAC 9 Months

Glen Davis spoke to reporters about his benching during Saturday's game against the Rockets.

After being sent to the rocker room during the second quarter of Saturday's game by coach Doc Rivers, Davis opened up about what happened on Monday. "Sometimes [being emotional] can be a good thing and sometimes it's a bad thing," Davis said. "[Saturday] was basically a bad thing. But it's all about getting better." It's hard to get excited about Davis while he's in Doc Rivers' doghouse, but he's only averaging 3.0 points and 2.1 boards in 12.1 minutes over his last 10 games anyway, so there just isn't a lot of fantasy value here.