Brandon Davies, Jazz guard Scott Machado among most intriguing players to watch in NBA training camp
Blog writer Tommy Dee, who writes for SB Nation's Ridiculous Upside, has followed Machado's career closely and said he is a pass-first point guard that is developing the ability to create his own shots.
"There are still questions as to whether he can defend two positions, and if he's capable of defending one, but right now his offensive ability is good enough to earn rotation minutes despite defense," Dee wrote. "Now it comes down to maturity, professionalism and focus. If Machado can perform like he did this summer, he'll find himself with an NBA job, and more importantly regular minutes, in Salt Lake City this season."
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