Detroit Pistons: Summer League surprises
The Detroit Pistons didn’t have much point guard depth in the Summer League, especially after both Jaden Ivey and Saben Lee went down with ankle injuries.
Moore stepped up in their absence and showed himself to be a reliable playmaker and a guy who could be called upon at some point in the season if Detroit needed a backup point guard.
Moore did everything you’d want out of a backup, he made plays with dribble penetration to set up teammates, swiped nearly two steals per game, and knocked down open 3-point shots.
He hit 46.7 percent of his 3-point attempts to go along with 6.8 assists per game, which led the Summer League squad.
His 6.8/2.5 assist to turnover ratio is really good, especially for the Summer League, where play tends to be on the sloppy side.
Professional point guards who can make plays, not turn the ball over and hit occasional 3-point shots usually end up finding a spot on a roster eventually, and Moore looks like a guy who could end up being a G-Leauge standout who gets a call up.