Now that the gang’s all here, things are about to get, well…let’s leave Glen “Big Baby” Davis to explain it.

“No comment.”

What?

Big Baby offers a “no comment?”

You got to be kidding.

“No comment.”

The return of Tobias Harris on Friday night meant the Magic have a full healthy roster. Everybody wants to play, which is impossible, and the result invariably creates some unhappiness in the lockeroom.   

Right, Big Baby?

“No comment.”

Davis sat out the entire fourth quarter in the Magic’s 109-100 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers. He wasn’t having a great game, but as a veteran, he wanted the chance to be out there. Coach Jacque Vaughn went with second-year forward Andrew Nicholson (12 points, 10 rebounds) for all but 10 seconds of the fourth period.

Davis finished with just six points on only five shots and had four rebounds in only 23 minutes. Nicholson had 12 points and 10 rebounds, but missed 3-of-4 shots in the final quarter and committed four fouls, picking up his fourth by shoving Cavs forward Anderson Varejao in the back.

Nicholson was ejected and given a Flagrant-2. Vaughn said that Nicholson took exception to Varejao trying to show up the Magic by scoring a layup with 10 seconds left with the game in hand.

Davis so much wanted to rip the decision by Vaughn, but he’s already on double secret probation for the keyboard toss at the Travelodge.  

The Travelodge might want to post extra security and lock down their computers now because Davis is ticked, as is Maurice Harkless.

You remember Harkless. Amway Center needed to be dusted for Harkless’ fingerprints just to  prove he was even in the building as he logged zero minutes. His playing time has been shrinking since he was demoted from the starting lineup. Harris took his minutes at small forward.

Victor Oladipo curiously cooled his heels on the bench for five and a half minutes of the final period, when the Cavs were on a telltale 14-0 run, thanks to Cleveland’s backcourt of Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters.

He’s a rookie and all he could say when asked about his role as a spectator was, “It was tough.” He then talked about learning from the situation, all but reciting the company line from the  Magic handbook.

Oladipo was having one of his better nights, scoring 22 of his 26 points after three quarters before taking a seat.

When Vaughn was asked about Oladipo sitting for so long on the bench, he talked about keeping Oladipo’s minutes in check. Oladipo was hot, making all five of his shots in the third.

Oladipo is Orlando’s best perimeter defender – and it’s not even close – and he’s also a young guy who can run all night.

“I think that, overall, 36 minutes is good for him,” Vaughn said. “We played him in two long stretches, but we needed him on both ends of the floor.”

Hey, I’m OK with it. You people know where I stand on the Magic: They need to position themselves to have the best shot at the college stars in this draft and nothing gives you a better chance than losing games.

Brian Schmitz is the Magic Insider for the Orlando Sentinel. You can reach him at bschmitz@tribune.com. And you can follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/@magicinsider.