It was this guy, who continues to run offenses with uncanny precision. Calderon ranked third in the NBA in assist ratio and handed out 10.4 per 40 minutes while posting one of the lowest turnover ratios at his position, a remarkable achievement. Additionally, he's an efficient shooter who ranked eighth at his position in 2-point shooting percentage and hardly ever misses a free throw.
But the biggest shortcoming is his defense. Calderon was less visibly awful last season than in previous campaigns, but he remains a speed bump for any guard with speed... Any way you slice it, he grades out as a major liability on this end. That's why, in spite of his tremendous efficiency at the point, his days as a starter are likely over.
This would be fine if he could play the 4 offensively, but he can't. Davis is a 5 in a 4's body, as he can only finish around the rim and can't create anything for himself. Over his two pro seasons, he's made 31.5 percent from beyond 10 feet, which doesn't cut it.
He is only 23 and still has time to improve, but right now he's a "4.5" who doesn't quite fit at either frontcourt slot.
But I just don't see how he gets beyond serving as a role player. He's neither a particularly instinctive nor clever scorer, and he doesn't have a great handle. While he's a good athlete, he doesn't jump off the page. His rebound rate was strong for a wing, but his blocks and steals didn't stand out, and his ballhandling numbers were weak. He struck me more as a mid-to-late first-rounder than an elite talent.