NBA / Jan 19, 2012 / 6:00 pm

Big Baby Pulls His Shorts Down & Picks Up A Technical Foul

Glen "Big Baby" Davis

Glen "Big Baby" Davis

We’ve all been upset over calls we don’t agree with. But Glen “Big Baby” Davis got upset to the point he dropped his pants in protest last night.

It’s no secret the Orlando forward plays with full emotion on the court, but it’s doubtful anyone expected him to go without shorts, too. Last night in San Antonio’s 85-83 win over the Magic, Davis was whistled for a foul in the third quarter on Richard Jefferson, who was going for a lob at the rim.

With both players going for the ball, Davis didn’t like that he got the whistle and went to talk with the official — and then dropped down to his tights, earning him a technical. Tony Parker made the free throw while Davis looked, somehow, incredulous he got either call. Stan Van Gundy just looked perplexed. That extra point helped: The Spurs won in overtime.

Now, we love Davis’ personality (Seriously, did you see how he kept busy during the lockout?) and know it’s gotten the best of him before — Kevin Garnett made him cry in a huddle in 2008. But once again, we’re talking about him for the wrong reason.

Doc Rivers knows this better than anyone, having coached him his first four years in the league in Boston. Rivers said today: “Trust me, I’ve heard about it,” said Rivers. “I haven’t seen it. Nothing with Baby surprise me. Again, he doesn’t do it — he’s Baby. You know, Manny (being Manny), Baby (being Baby).”

Do you think “Big Baby” hurts his teams with his outbursts?

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  • http://fortheloveofdagame.com Silent Assasin

    It would’ve been funnier if we Rasheed Wallace did it!

  • http://fortheloveofdagame.com Silent Assasin

    Also, my memory of him will always be accompanied by the above photo.

  • control

    Can someone remind me why this guy is in the league? The only reason to keep him on a team is to have him around to eat all his teammate’s food, preventing them from getting as fat as he is. Look how Paul Pierce exploded after this fat fuck left boston…

  • Orange

    so the lock out with an extended off season had nothing to do with PP’s weight gain?

  • control

    Orange

    Man, I was trying to give Fat Davis SOME credit for doing SOMETHING good…you are probably right though, his absence probably didn’t have anything to do with PP gaining weight, therefore making Fat Davis 100% useless and fat, instead of just 98% useless and fat.

  • that dude

    @control
    Well thought and well played sir!

  • http://www.psychodrama.com Chicagorilla

    LMAO@control

    @Orange
    extended off season means you get to rest longer and work out on your own. If Eddy Curry can come back looking 70lbs lighter, then no NBA player has an excuse.

    Who the fluck does that? Pulling down your shorts. This may be worse than his Shrek and Donkey routine with Nate Robinson and his running of the Bull celebration where he tramples a little kid (ironically in Orlando).
    Glen Davis is mental. How he’s still in the NBA is beyond me. I’ve never seen a player more useless…wait I forgot about Scalabrine. Ok, other can “White Mamba” I’ve never seen a player more useless.

  • http://www.zwani.com/graphics/funny_pictures/images/88funny-pictures128.jpg JAY

    No shorts is a technical foul…. but what about when Donyell Marshall wasn’t even wearing his jersey? Shouldn’t that have been some kind of violation as well??

  • Taj

    Maybe I got my beer goggles on, but he actually looks like he’s trimmed the fat since leaving Boston..

  • catdaddywhack

    lol @ contol

    would have been great if he did it when he went haywire after dwight howard clocked him with an elbow to the head 2 yrs ago…

  • Orange

    -_- and what team was curry on for the 10-11 season then rest and be lazy after the season is over?