Off bench, Davis leads the charge

Rising to challenge once again, Baby proves his big game is no fluke

Updated: April 28, 2010, 12:58 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

BOSTON -- When coach Doc Rivers spotted third-year forward Glen Davis at the Celtics' practice facility before Tuesday's Game 5, he greeted him with wide-eyed excitement and asked where he'd been. A bit perplexed, Davis said he'd been at the training facility all morning.

"Funny, I haven't seen you since Game 2," jabbed Rivers.

Davis, who totaled a mere six points (on just one shot) and five rebounds in Games 3 and 4 -- this after posting 23 points and eight rebounds in a ...

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