Doc Rivers told reporters Friday in Los Angeles that there was "no real update" on Glen Davis' status, and that he's officially questionable for Game 7.
Baby rolled his ankle early in the fourth quarter while spelling Blake Griffin, and had to be taken to the locker room in a wheelchair. He didn't appear to be able to put any weight on his ankle after turning it. He's been diagnosed with a lower left ankle sprain.
Baby has played essentially all of the big man minutes off the bench in the playoffs so far. If he's out for Game 7, going small with Hedo Turkoglu is an option. That, or trusting Spencer Hawes to do what he was hired to do.
Back in 2008, Big Baby witnessed Paul Pierce's miracle injury recovery first-hand, and that Doc Rivers-coached team went on to win the championship. Perhaps this is how ubuntu works?