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If there is one player that is going to break out on the Magic roster this season, it is talented young power forward Glen Davis. After being locked up as a reserve behind future Hall of Famer Kevin Garnett, the former LSU Tiger will finally be exposed to a larger amount of minutes.
Whether or not Stan Van Gundy decides to start Davis has yet to be reported, as marksman Ryan Anderson is also a candidate for the starting power forward position.
Even if Davis doesn't receive the opportunity to start, the former Celtic is absolutely thrilled about the transaction that landed him in O-Town.
“My whole career, I was playing behind KG, and I don’t think people really were able to see what I can do. The times that I didn’t have to play behind KG, I did a great job. Now, I’m (with the Magic), and I have an opportunity to be a starter, and I’m just embracing the moment.”
With the increased role, I believe Davis will thrive beside Dwight Howard, and hopefully this acquisition will show Howard that the Orlando Magic Front Office is gunning for a championship.