Glen “Big Baby” Davis sat down for his first-ever VladTV interview, and he started off by speaking about growing up in Baton Rouge with two sisters, and he detailed how his mother battled addiction. This led to Glen and his sister being put in foster care when their mother was arrested, but his life turned around when he went to live with a man named Collis Temple Jr., who was the first Black man to play varsity basketball at LSU. After losing his love for football, Glen started getting interested in playing basketball, and he excelled so much that he went on to play basketball at LSU. Glen then spoke about not finishing out his senior year at LSU to join the NBA draft, where he was picked up by the Boston Celtics. Glen continued to speak more in the interview about his NBA career and what happened when he got out, which you can hear more about in the full interview above.