Charlie Moore had many stops en route to the Detroit Pistons
Moore is the opposite of the 18/19-year-old one-and-dones who populate many summer league rosters.
He turned 24 last February and spent six years in college, playing for four different programs (Cal, Kansas, DePaul, Miami (Fla.). As a rookie, if Moore makes the Pistons, he would be older than nine other players, including four-year NBA veteran Marvin Bagley III (and six years older than fellow rookie Jalen Duren)
The day after the draft, Moore inked a deal (along with fellow Hurricane guard Kameron McGusty) to play for the Pistons summer league team.
Moore had a fine career in all of his college stops. He led the ACC in steals with Miami and had a career average of 11.1 points playing against elite competition.
His age and size worked against him getting drafted, but Moore undoubtedly opened some eyes due to his performance with the Pistons.
The question is, did Moore do enough to convince general manager Troy Weaver and coach Dwane Casey he should be invited to training camp. And, if he is, how does that effect Detroit’s guard depth chart?