Tyler Davis played a decent amount of minutes during the Summer League for the Brooklyn Nets. He played a good amount of minutes in his first game due to Jarrett Allen sitting out, but missed the second game with a calf injury and then played behing Allen in two games.
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On the offensive end, Davis was a good scorer in the paint. He can drive the ball and plays tough. Davis can easily finish through contact and finish plays. He averaged 11.0 points per game, but commonly had the ball poked away down low or throw careless passes.
On the defensive end, he is a strong defender who is not afraid to contest aggressive drives. He did struggle due to a weak frontcourt and was commonly out-numbered down low and often hesitated when defending the pick-and-roll.
Overall, he had a good Summer League. He can be expecting a training camp invite but his status on making the Long Island Nets is uncertain. Davis needs to develop a little more on both ends, but Brooklyn could help him develop.