Glen Davis has always been in shape. It was just an oval type shape. (rimshot) Thank you, I'll be here all week. Try the Veal (but you'll have to go to Italy to see him).
Anyway, as I said, Davis is trying to take some of the big out of Big Baby.
"I had to realize that the eating habits I grew up with aren’t good for me. What scares me the most — rest in peace — is the story of Robert ‘Tractor’ Traylor." Traylor, the late NBA forward who died of a heart attack in May, had a beefy 6-foot-8, 290-pound build, very similar to that of Davis. "Everything the article said, I felt they could have been talking about me," he said. "They said he was a loving, caring guy. That’s me. "I’m doing this not because I’m a free agent now, but because I’m trying to make a life change — just make a different life for myself. Food has been a way of entertainment for me, a comfort."
In all seriousness, I do hope that he can get down to a better weight for him. First of all so that he can be healthy. And as a secondarily thing, so he can be the best basketball player he can be - regardless of whom he plays for next season.