Baron Davis: 'I was Actually Abducted by Aliens'

Baron Davis: 'I was Actually Abducted by Aliens'

Baron Davis’ NBA career may have sputtered and ended in recent years. However, that does not mean that he is not still of interest to extraterrestrials. According to the former guard for the Hornets, Warriors, Clippers, Cavs, and Knicks, he was recently abducted.

 “I was actually abducted by aliens two weeks ago,” Davis said.

“Isee this light and it’s a big a–truck. And I said, oh f—- this isgoing to be traffic,” Davis said.  Driving, driving and the next thingyou know there’s a steel thing and these crazy looking people – halfhuman, half ugly-looking mother f—–s.

“They were poking me onthe nose, looking at my eyes, they had my hands tied and the next thingyou know I was in Montabello dude, burning rubber on the way back toL.A. at 4 o’clock in the morning.”

Davis then said he got off at the next exit and had the shakes. He ended up at an In-n-Out restaurant and still could not stop thinking about what had just transpired. He even suggested the illuminati may have had a role. Davis made his remarks in  profanity-laced appearance (Warning: Link to Audio Contains Adult Content) on “The Champs” podcast hosted by Neal Brennan and Moshe Kasher.

When the hosts asked if he was kidding, Davis insisted he was not. “Hell yeah, Dude. They were poking in my nose and s—.” He quickly added, “They were poking me on my nose. They were looking me in my eyes. They had my hands tied up.”

Davis claims the abduction has improved his mental edge: “Now I’m sharper and s—. I am retaining information.”

Davis provides details sprinkled with a healthy dose of four-letter words, including a brief description of the half-human creatures and their steel spaceship he initially mistook for traffic.

Davis is writing a book about the encounter.

Baron Davis is a fourteen-year veteran of the NBA, after being drafted by the Charlotte Hornets with the number three overall selection in 1999. He most recently played with the New York Knicks, appearing in 29 games in 2012. Over the course of his career, Davis, a former standout at UCLA, averaged 16.1 points and 7.2 assists per game.

Cole Muzio contributed to this report.