In his five NBA seasons, Orlando Magic forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis has earned a reputation as one of the league's most outsized characters. The nickname helps, as does the weight, but he also has a special sort of joie de vivre. Which is another way of saying that his coach with the Boston Celtics, Doc Rivers, once compared him to a pet dog. Still, even the craziest player in the league wouldn't be expected to pull his shorts down during a game. Yet that's exactly what Davis did on Wednesday night during Orlando's 85-83 overtime loss to the San Antonio Spurs. While leaping to defend an alley-oop to Richard Jefferson, Davis was called for a foul.
Upset, he walked away in disgust and pulled down his shorts, perhaps as a reflex or display of territorial aggression. Thankfully, he had on compression shorts underneath. Davis was called for a technical foul, naturally, but that only made him angrier. I can only wonder what he must have thought after the game. Hopefully he was fully clothed. Watch the entire thing above via our colleagues at the Yahoo! Sports Minute. It is totally safe for work, unless your office does not allow laughter.
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