Glen Davis may have violated bail attending Celtics’ NBA playoff game

Has Glen “Big Baby” Davis got in trouble with the law after attending Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Celtics and Heat on Monday?

The retired former Boston Big Man was spotted on ABC cameras during the game while seated on the sidelines chew snacks — but according to Larry Brown Sports, Davis was legally barred from attending the Boston game.

Davis reportedly violated his bail by attending the game stemming from his October 2021 arrest on cheating allegations over an alleged scheme with several other retired NBA players that involved the NBA’s health plan.

According to legal news outlet Law360, a federal judge in Manhattan on Tuesday — the day after his participation in Game 4 — issued Davis a warning and threatened him with remand if he committed another violation.

“They fouled in relation to basketball,” U.S. District Judge Valerie Caproni reportedly told Davis. “If you get another foul, you go straight to the MDC from here [Manhattan Detention Complex] … You’ll get caught for going all over social media, so you have to abide by those rules.”

The terms of Davis’ $200,000 bail limit his travel to New York and California before trial. The Eastern Conference finals game took place in Boston on Monday.

Glen Davis speaks to Celtics star Jaylen Brown
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Davis reportedly violated the terms of his bail in March when ABC cameras caught the former great at a Celtics home game against the Nets. A few days later, Davis was scheduled to appear on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s “Toucher and Rich Show” in Boston – but had to pull out due to a court hearing. according to broadcast.

On Thursday, NBA insider Shams Charania reported that Davis “targeted‘ to be part of Jake Paul’s pay-per-view show on August 13th. Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions was reportedly working on a Davis-Larry Sanders fight but will consider opponents other than Sanders who have committed to play in the Big 3.

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