I was aware that it was going on but I hadn't really been paying any attention to it. However, someome told me that Ross and Ed Davis were doing pretty good so I checked out some highlights and stats.
Game 1 vs. Houston
Ross - 8-19, 3-8 3pts, 3 assists, 2 steals, 21 points
Davis - 18 points, 8 rebounds, 2 blocks
Game 2 vs. Miami
Chris Bosh sitting in the crowd watching the game in shades.
Ross - 4-14, 6 rebounds, 9 FTA, 14 points
Davis - 15 points, 12 rebounds, 10 FTA
Game 3 vs. Mavs http://www.nba.com/summer-league/gam.../gameinfo.html
Ross - 5-12, 11 points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal
Davis - 23 points, 7 rebounds
Summer league averages:
Davis - 28mpg, 18.7ppg on 60%, 9rpg, 1bpg
Ross - 31mpg (team leader), 15.3ppg on 38%, 4rpg, 1apg, 1spg, 3TO's
Observations: Albeit a very small sample, Davis continues to be Davis. To me he's still a solid big with great hands around the basket and a good defender/rebounder. Exactly the type of guy who won't get the minutes on our roster. 20 minutes a game isn't good enough. Also, he's been to the line 23 times in 3 games which is a good sign.
Ross: after finally seeing a bit of him in some summer league action, I admit he does seem to be a much better ball handler than DD although this is against summer league talent. However, his jumper has been really bad and inconsistent in these games so far. He's taken the most shots on the team and has gone 17-45, 4-16 from 3, and has committed the 2nd highest number of TO's on our team behind Uzoh. He's got a lot to work on. But he does have some potential