The Boston Celtics had arguably their biggest win of the season Monday night, as they faced off against Eastern Conference rivals the Orlando Magic. The was win so big that it left former Celtic forward Glen Davis questioning his move and his new role in Orlando.
In going to Orlando in a sign-and-trade for Brandon Bass, Davis looked not only to increase his salary, but to increase his playing time and his chances at becoming a starting player as well. So far this season, things have not worked out as planned. His playing time, field goal percentage and points per game have all taken a significant drop from his last year in Boston, and due to the strong start by fellow Magic power forward Ryan Anderson, Davis has yet to start a game for Orlando this season.
After shooting a mere 2-for-9 from the field Monday against his former teammates, Big Baby sounded a little depressed when talking about his new role in Orlando, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
When asked if Orlando was a better fit for him than Boston, Davis responded, "I don't know, I don't know yet. I'm in the same situation I was here: coming off the bench."
Perhaps it's too early to tell if Baby made the right or wrong decision switching to Orlando, but he will get a chance to redeem himself Thursday when the Celtics travel to Orlando to finish their home and away series against the Magic.