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08:06 AM ET 11.02 | In the event he's set free, would Baron Davis have interest in teaming up with LeBron James and the Heat? Sources with knowledge of Davis' thinking told ESPN.com on Tuesday that Miami would not be at the top of Davis' list of potential free-agent destinations if the Cavs indeed decide to set him free. Davis' hometown Los Angeles Lakers and the New York Knicks, sources say, are the two teams he's always dreamed of playing for. Davis also still has a good relationship with the Charlotte community, Bobcats coach Paul Silas and Bobcats assistant coach Stephen Silas, all of which would likewise make the Bobcats an option if Michael Jordan is interested.

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November 2, 2011  08:40 AM ET

Lakers / Knicks ..... Keep dreaming

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November 2, 2011  09:03 AM ET

My first choice isn't to talk about Baron Davis. Next.

November 2, 2011  09:07 AM ET

I'll take him with the Knicks.. he is not going to Miami. Best believe Gilbert will not let that happen.

November 2, 2011  09:13 AM ET

He will go well in Miami, a solid pg who is lazy at times but he hasn't really been on a team to play for.

November 2, 2011  09:27 AM ET

You Can't Come Home Again, Bro.

November 2, 2011  09:29 AM ET

Orlando would be also another good spot since the have shooters he can set up.

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November 2, 2011  09:57 AM ET
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Agreed.And wtf has this guy done to even warrant havng any choices?

Exactly nothing--recently anyway.

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November 2, 2011  10:30 AM ET

Zoo York has Billups, and it's not likely either he or Davis would be content to come off the bench. Miami would probably be a good fit, but that's not going to happen.

November 2, 2011  10:32 AM ET

If he was on a good team he'd put in more of an effort. Remember the Warriors playoff run? who wouldnt want that Baron Davis.

November 2, 2011  10:35 AM ET

He put the team on his back do

November 2, 2011  10:45 AM ET

B-Diddy? Stupidest nickname in a while.

November 2, 2011  11:05 AM ET
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Likewise for the Lakers. He should go back to Charlotte!

hhahaha. if it were davis from 5 years ago, yes. but not no more.

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November 2, 2011  11:42 AM ET
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Zoo York has Billups, and it's not likely either he or Davis would be content to come off the bench. Miami would probably be a good fit, but that's not going to happen.

Miami's best shot is prying Steve Nash from the Suns.

 
November 2, 2011  11:52 AM ET

Come to Charlotte bro

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