First, I'll say I'm not sold on Davis either, but for different reasons. I'm concerned about his weight and whether he can keep it under control. He's a few double cheeseburgers away from playing at Shaq weight. That would seriously hurt a game that replies on hustle and speed. At that weight he may well be prone to injury too. And I'm not convinced he's really 6'9", though with his boxy shape it's hard to tell. His Sprocket Points justified salary for last season was a little over four million, so he's clearly performing well above the rookie scale, and I don't think he has to do much more to earn a five year deal between 20 and 24 mil, maybe starting at $3.5 with ten percent raises. I think I'd most disagree with the notion that he played a low pressure role. First, I don't think anyone gets off easy on a KG team. I bet he puts a lot of pressure on his teammates by himself. Second though, the kid played big when it counted (and single handedly took the Pistons apart at least once). Without bad shooting from Boston's backcourt he would have done enough to put that team past Orlando. He scored when he needed to and fought hard on the glass. He stared down some tough opposition once KG went down and played very well on a very high pressure stage. I think he's got the heart, the mind, and many of the skills, but he needs to grow some more, and not on the outside.