I liked the Vegas league play of Davis, he was active around the basket, got the boards he was supposed to, and showed a pretty good mid-range jumper. Maybe best of all there was no questioning his effort. As a young player he should only improve. He seems like a good "chemistry" guy, a role player that is willing to defer to the guys who are scheduled to take most of the shots, while still doing his "blue collar" thing, and that's an important piece for a team to have.
As for Jordan, I thought he was downright impressive. Sure he might get exposed some by the Parkers or AIs of the league defensively... but who doesn't? Otherwise his floor generalship was strong, and he definitely makes some nice passes. If our guys had shot a little better he might've picked up an extra assist or two per game. He even gets into the lane much more effectively than I might've thought after hearing so much about his supposed athletic deficiencies. His shot needs some work, but that's what camp is for. I gotta think that the coaching staff was happy with the way he ran the offense. It will be interesting to see how he does in pre-season against vets, but based on Vegas I think he'll not only stick, but see time. Could Jordan's play be the reason the Clippers haven't made a strong move for a free agent point guard yet? Naw, that's a little much, but at worst he's good insurance.