Mike Davis was the only player that was moved twice on Monday. The 6-foot-9, 225-pounder was the No. 5 overall pick of the Reno Bighorns before being flipped to Erie with Demonte Harper for three players. His tenure with the BayHawks didn't last long, however, as he was then shipped to Sioux Falls for two players -- including forward Keith Benson, one of the top performer in this year's NBA Summer League.
Why It's Good For Him: A proven rebounder and efficient scorer from the low block, the main knock on Davis has been his motor. He'll now have the advantage of auditioning for four teams (SXF's affiliates: the Heat, T-Wolves, Magic, Sixers) and that should give him the right platform to make at least one of those teams a believer. With his potential, the rest of the league will be also be waiting to see if his effort can match his skillset. Lastly, Benson's departure opens up minutes for the Illinois product.
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