Baron Davis: no NBA return but TV and film career? (VIDEO)


It seems like Baron Davis is leaning more towards becoming an actor, or at least a TV personality.

After being one of the top NBA players, Davis now is hosting a new men’s interest show, and he also starred in “Save The Last Dance” parody.

This Funny or Die parody of “Save the Last Dance” gives Davis a chance to show off his comedic chops. In this parody, Davis takes on a new prodigy to become the next basketball superstar. Unfortunately, she doesn’t exactly seem eager to learn the game.

Check it out below:

 

Speaking about the TV, Davis’ new Esquire Network series How I Rock It debuted on Nov. 20, THR reported.

The series, hosted by NBA star and former UCLA standout Davis, will profile athletes, musicians, celebrities, designers, influencers and street-style icons who are “setting a stylish new standard for today’s man.”

Davis, a two-time NBA All-Star played 13 seasons in the NBA, for Charlotte Hornets (New Orleans Hornets), Golden State Warriors, LA Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers and NY Knicks.

Davis played a total of 835 NBA games (692 started), averaging 16.1 ppg, 7.2 apg and 3.8 rpg in 34.2 mpg.

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