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Baron Davis Alien Abduction Claimed [Listen]

Baron Davis claims he was abducted by aliens

NBA veteran point guard Baron Davis claims that he was abducted by aliens two weeks ago at about four o’clock in the morning.

Davis, who last played for the New York Knicks, said on “The Champs” podcast that the alleged close encounter happened when he was driving across the desert from Las Vegas to Los Angeles.

“I’m a little tired and sh** and I see this light and I think it’s a big-a** truck,” Davis told podcast hosts Neal Brennan and Moshe Kasher. Continued Davis: “And I was driving, driving, then next thing you know, dude, like, I was in this f***ing like steel thing and these f***ing crazy looking people, like half-human, half, like, f***ing ugly mother*******.”

He said the aliens poked him in the nose and gave him an eye exam while has hands were tied up. After the ordeal ended, Davis said he got off at the next exit and treated himself to some In-N-Out burgers to calm down. He also had a shake because he had the shakes.

Davis insisted he was serious and plans to write a book about the abduction experience.

On May 6, 2012, Davis suffered a severe knee injury in a first-round playoff game against the Miami Heat, tearing his ACL and MCL. He subsequently underwent surgery for the injury. As a result of the injury and medical procedure, Davis did not play in the 2012-2013 season. The two-time NBA All-Star and steals leader has an NBA career average of 16 points and seven assists per game. He was picked third in the 1999 NBA Draft out of UCLA by the-then Charlotte Hornets (who later relocated to New Orleans and are now known as the Pelicans). He also played for Golden State, the Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Knicks.

Davis seemed to back off his claim of being abducted by aliens yesterday when he sent out this tweet:

Listen to the podcast in which Baron Davis talks about his alien abduction (warning: offensive language)”

[top image credit: scott mecum]

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