After five seasons as a member of the Wisconsin Badgers, Brad Davison is now officially a professional basketball player. Davison, 23, announced Aug. 2 that he has signed a one-year contract with Nevėžis-OPTIBET, a professional basketball club located in Kėdainiai, Lithuania. “I’m really excited for this new experience,” Davison, a Maple Grove native, said. When Davison’s college career officially came to a close after the Final Four in April, he...
Former Wisconsin men's basketball star guard Brad Davison will continue his journey as a professional overseas. Davison announced Tuesday on Twitter that he will join Lithuanian club Nevezis Optibet, which plays in the highest division of the country's basketball pyramid. Nevezis finished 7-23 last season, placing 10th of 11 teams in the league.
At least two NBA teams have given Brad Davison a look recently. On Monday, according to Darren Wolfson of KSTP in the Minneapolis area, the former University of Wisconsin guard worked out for the Brooklyn Nets. Wolfson reported two weeks ago that Davison worked out for the Atlanta Hawks. It's not clear if any other teams have hosted Davison.
Brad Davison is working out with his second NBA team as part of the pre-draft process.
Former Wisconsin star guard Brad Davison finally closed the book on his career in college basketball, and now prepares for an NBA opportunity. In order to get there, Davison began workouts for teams and now has one scheduled with a team, as he will work out for the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday, according to Darren Wolfson of 5 Eyewitness News. Minnesota guard Payton Willis will also participate in the workout, according to Wolfson.
The former Wisconsin Badger will showcase his skills for the Atlanta Hawks of the NBA.
Volleyball star Lauren Barnes and Brad Davison of the men's basketball team are Wisconsin's 2022 Big Ten Medal of Honor recipients.
Following the thrilling Badger victory against Purdue, Brad Davison amusingly tried to convince Athletic Director Chris McIntosh to grant him a sixth year of eligibility. Despite his best efforts, Davison is now an alumnus. Wisconsin fans will be forced to watch Badger basketball without the King of Charges and the ultimate team motivator. As a consistent five-year player, Davison’s impact is not as obvious as typical starters’. In addition to his tremendous on-court abilities, his influence is more profound in the locker room as a teacher and a leader.
Senior guard Brad Davison picked up a prestigious honor on Tuesday for his work in the classroom and in the community.
Sorry, Wisconsin fans. Brad Davison has not been granted a sixth year of eligibility and won’t play for the Badgers this upcoming season. Wisconsin basketball may have won April Fools’ Day with a sneaky-good Brad Davison announcement. “Wisconsin men’s basketball guard Brad Davison has been granted a sixth...
Bucky's 5th Quarter
The all-time three-point leader for the Wisconsin Badgers fell just short of beating the Big Ten’s all-time three-point leader on Thursday night in the State Farm College Three-Point Shooting Championship. Brad Davison scored 17 points in the final, but Iowa’s Jordan Bohannon was too good and scored 18.
Wisconsin guard Brad Davison confirms April Fool's joke, will not return to Badgers for sixth season
All around the country on Friday, the sports world was wrapped up in April Fool’s Day pranks of various kinds. Wisconsin basketball was one of the many teams that jumped in on the fun with a press release that Brad Davison had been granted yet another year of eligibility to play college basketball. However, Davison has now confirmed in a video the release was not real.
Yes, it was a prank for April Fools' Day. We weren't fooled, but here's Brad Davison's official announcement that he's not returning for a sixth year of eligibility. April Fools' Day is off to a mysterious start in Wisconsin as the Badgers appear to be trolling fans with a press release that says Brad Davison has been granted a sixth year of eligibility due to a "reoccurring shoulder injury" in 2017-18.
The Wisconsin basketball program embraced the April 1 spirit and posted on its home page and social media accounts that guard Brad Davison would be back for a sixth year in 2022-23, which is eerily plausible given his seemingly endless tenure with the program. But nope, it's just an April...
Bucky's 5th Quarter
In what is surely music to the ears of every other Big Ten fan base, Brad Davison’s Wisconsin Badgers basketball career isn’t quite over yet! Davison will be participating in a trio of events at the men’s Final Four in New Orleans this weekend. He will be...