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Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis gets basketball court named after him

PUBLISHED June 10, 2021 | News

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – Former U-High and LSU basketball star Glen “Big Baby” Davis received a huge honor on Thursday, June 10.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana awarded a new outdoor basketball court, a Nancy Lieberman Charities Dream Court, to honor Davis in Baton Rouge.

The court is located at the Boys & Girls Club at University Terrace on Alaska Street near LSU.

Davis’s former LSU and 2006 Final Four teammates, Tyrus Thomas and Garrett Temple, as well as Liebermann, were on hand for the dedication.

Nancy Lieberman Charities chose to donate the Dream Court™ the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Louisiana because of its “prime location for many area kids and programming.” The new basketball court should give kids a safe place to play.

One of the goals of this new court is provide a place where lessons in teamwork and good sportsmanship can be learned by kids.

Davis starred at LSU between between 2004 and 2007.