Glen Davis' performance in last year's playoffs against the Magic was legendary, and the image of him hitting the game winning jumper in game four will have an indelible place in the memory of Celtics fans everywhere. In the absence of Kevin Garnett, Davis was arguably the Celtics best player and he did everything within his power to almost single-handedly will his team to the NBA Finals. He doubled his regular season production and he was quite simply a man amongst men. His reward? The addition of veteran Rasheed Wallace and the young Shelden Williams in the offseason.á The Celtics are now so deep in the frontcourt that Big Baby will likely only see the court for 15-20 minutes a night and will sit at least third on the depth chart behind Garnett and Wallace, and will fiercely battle wit ...
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