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  • Tony Bradley
    C, Utah Jazz

    With Rudy Gobert missing Wednesday's game for rest, Tony Bradley put up a good effort off the bench with 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting along with 10 rebounds.

    Bradley failed to block a shot in his 22 minutes on the floor, but the dub-dub was a welcome sight to behold coming from the second-year player. He's more of a dynasty stash while Gobert is healthy. That said, he did show up Ed Davis, who started and chipped in just two points and seven boards in 14 minutes on the night.

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    This looks to be nothing more than a routine preseason rest day for Gobert on Wednesday night but it does indicate Davis is the first big off the bench for Utah.

    Davis can provide some value as a rebound streamer during the season, but in general won't factor into season lineups unless Gobert gets hurt.

    Source: Eric Walden on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Even with training camp just beginning, Ed Davis has already drawn praise from his teammates and coaches due to his focus and his work ethic.

    Davis was brought in to back up Rudy Gobert and he will replace Derrick Favors as a defensive-minded center for when the two-time Defensive Player of the Year heads to the bench. Last season, while with the Nets, teams shot 3.8 percent fewer shots at the rim when Davis was in the game (second in the league only to Gobert), while he was one of the best rebounders in the NBA, averaging 8.6 boards per game in just 17.9 minutes. His intangibles though is what make him such an important piece and Jazz fans should be excited to see the big man fit in with the Jazz culture.

    Source: KSL.com

  • Ed Davis
    PF, Utah Jazz

    Adrian Wojnarowski has reported that Ed Davis has agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Jazz.

    Davis is a workhorse and a solid backup PF for the Jazz. He adds a touch of extra rebounding "oomf" off the bench as well. Unfortunately, Davis' fantasy value is still in the deep-league zone as a rebounding specialist.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis declared that money will be his top priority in free agency.

    Behind cash are fit and whether or not a team is close to contention, said Davis. It means that he might have to wait a bit as teams hunt for the big fish early on in free agency. Davis will not have any issues finding good offers on the open market, and he'll be a rebounding specialist for fantasy purposes regardless of what jersey he's wearing. We'll see how much teams pony up this summer.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis is expected to be a hot commodity in free agency and should be looking at multi-year offers, per Shams Charania.

    Davis is a machine on the glass and has drawn rave reviews as a quality teammate and person wherever he goes, so it's no surprise that he's drawing interest. A high-energy big who gobbles up rebounds still has a place on just about any roster, even with Davis' other offensive limitations. He'll remain a solid rebounding specialist for deep-league use next season.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis (ankle) has been ruled out of Tuesday's Game 5 matchup with the Sixers.

    Davis was questionable going into the game, so this shouldn't come as a big surprise. With Davis out the Nets really need Jarrett Allen to step up on the glass and to provide a defensive presence in the paint.

    Source: Brian Lewis on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis (ankle) is considered to be questionable going into Tuesday's Game 5 vs. the 76ers.

    Davis was a big part in the Nets' Game 1 win and his rebounding could serve to help Brooklyn out a ton. They just look outmatched by Joel Embiid and Boban Marjanovic and Davis could provide another big man presence down low. This could be the last game of the series so Davis' status should be a big story coming into the game.

    Source: Brian Lewis on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis has been ruled out for Saturday's Game 4 against the Sixers.

    Davis has been nursing this ankle issue for a while now. This will really put the onus on Jarrett Allen to step up and be huge for the Nets to have a chance. Davis is the only one physical enough to body up to Joel Embiid if he does get back on the court in Game 4.

    Source: Brian Lewis on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis (right ankle sprain) will play in Game 2 against the Sixers on Monday night.

    Davis put together an excellent performance in Game 1 and is probably the only Net up front that can contend with Joel Embiid's brute force up front. Look for him to get the bulk of that matchup once again, unless Jarrett Allen can avoid foul trouble.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis (right ankle sprain) is a game-time decision on Monday.

    Davis was big in Game 1, as he gave the Nets some physical minutes and excellent work on the glass against Joel Embiid. His absence would really put the spotlight on Jarrett Allen, Jared Dudley (also questionable tonight) and possibly Rondae Hollis-Jefferson as the Nets scheme their way out of a major mismatch at the five.

    Source: Brian Lewis on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis (right ankle sprain) is listed as questionable for Game 2 against the Sixers.

    Davis left Game 1 early but did end up returning. Unless the ankle started to get worse as he sat on it, we'd assume this is just a cautious listing. Davis had a huge impact in Game 1 and will be vital for matching up with Joel Embiid, as Jarrett Allen struggles mightily in that matchup.

    Source: Michael Scotto on Twitter

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis had another great showing off the bench for the Nets putting up 12 points and 16 boards with two assists in Saturday's win against the Sixers.

    Davis, along with the entire Nets bench, was on fire in this one and made it look like they were the favorites in the series. With Joel Embiid hobbled and the Sixers frontcourt not very deep, Davis could continue to have a big impact in this series.

  • Ed Davis
    C, Brooklyn Nets

    Ed Davis grabbed another 10 rebounds in just 15 minutes in Wednesday's regular season finale vs. the Heat.

    It's what Davis does. This season, Davis increased his rebounds per-36 to 17.2, which was second to Hassan Whiteside among regular players. Despite only playing 17.9 minutes per game, he produced top-250 stats on a per-game basis. By now, you know the drill. If someone goes down in whichever front court Davis ends up in next season, you grab him if you need some boards and FG percentage help.