In the mid-2000s, many guards took over the NBA. Already, Baron Davis had a run, as he rose to become the best player on the Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets. Later, BD became a journeyman, playing for the Warriors, Clippers, Cavaliers, and Knicks.
Baron Davis became known as one of the toughest point guards to defend. Early in his career, Dwyane Wade said BD was his toughest matchup. This is something many other guards, Gilbert Arenas included, have echoed, as Davis was a tough player.
Recently, Gilbert Arenas sat down with Baron Davis for another episode of “No Chill.” The two talked about playing against each other and the hardest point guards to defend. They also chipped in on the LeBron vs. Jordan debate, how he ended up with the Knicks, hanging with Lil Wayne in Louisiana, and more.