Big Baby Davis Talked About Clouds in a Recent Radio Interview

Whenever crazy Ron Artest retires, I’m fairly certain that Glen “Big Baby” Davis will gladly accept the torch as the craziest player in the NBA. Here he is talking about … clouds during a radio interview.

“I hired a sports psychologist to help you tap into the zone … as far as you miss a shot, you don’t worry about that. You go to the other end and use that energy to do something else on defense. … Let it pass like a cloud. Clouds pass by you all the time and you don’t worry about it, you’ve just got to keep going.

I would have been even more impressed if he had dropped a cirrus or cumulus reference.

I wish the radio hosts had asked him about the Dougie instead of who he thinks the best player in the league is (answer: “I might just say Amar’e Stoudemire because he’s just so hard to guard.”). Apparently Big Baby is not a fan of Kobe, and part of that has to do with LA’s best player occasionally speaking Spanish on the floor (does he mean Italian?): “You stress him out and he might speak some Spanish to you and you’re like, ‘What are you talking about?’” [Sports Radio Interviews]

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