Orlando Magic power forward Glen Davis underwent surgery this afternoon to replace a screw in his left foot that he originally fractured in late January and had surgically repaired in early February. Although team officials said Davis will resume basketball-related activities later this summer, it’s unclear whether Davis will be ready to participate in the Magic’s training camp when it begins Oct. 1. “He’s just been having some discomfort,” Davis’ agent, John Hamilton, told the Orlando Sentinel. “It made sense for us to get it checked, and that’s what we did.” Davis fractured his left foot’s fifth metatarsal Jan. 30 in a game against the New York Knicks. He underwent surgery Feb. 1 and missed the remainder of the season. The Magic posted a 13-21 record in the games Davis played. The team went 7-41 in games he missed. His absence was especially felt on the defensive end of the court, where the Magic ended the season as one of the NBA’s least efficient defensive teams.