BOSTON -- Glen Davis visited with his former teammates in the Boston Celtics locker room before their game against his new team, the Orlando Magic.
Following the Celtics 102-98 win, Davis dropped by again, talking with Kevin Garnett and childhood friend Brandon Bass.
But make no mistake -- Davis wants to top the Cs. He thinks the Magic can should the two teams meet in the playoffs.
The Celtics (37-26) clinched the Atlantic Division with the win and are seeded fourth, while the Magic (36-26) are in the sixth spot in the Eastern Conference. With just a few games remaining, the positions could change by the start of the playoffs.
I think were capable of beating them, Davis said after the game. Today we didnt have two of our guys (Dwight Howard and Hedo Turkoglu) and they didnt have two of their guys (Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo), but at the same time we had a big missing piece today and we still came out there and played the right way and was in the game.
A four-year member of the Celtics, Davis was traded to the Magic this offseason in the Bass deal.
Davis scored a team-high 27 points (12-16 FG, 3-6 FT) and grabbed seven rebounds in 35 minutes.
With the victory, the Celtics took the regular season series against the Magic, 3-0. Even so, Davis is still confident in what his new team can do in the playoffs.
Whatever happens, happens, he said. Whoever we play, Indiana or Boston, we are going to bring energy and we are going to play hard. Thats all that matters.