Four summer league games did not settle whether Victor Oladipo will play point guard during his first regular season in the NBA.
But Oladipo likely showed enough promise to convince Orlando Magic officials to keep testing him at the new position during training camp and the preseason.
"I don't think we know really right now where it's headed" said James Borrego the team's lead assistant coach and head summer league coach.
"I could see him being a 2-guard [a shooting guard] for us. I think I can see him being a 1-guard [a point guard] for us. And where he ends up I don't know. But I think this week gave us a little bit better idea of what we have. I think he handled himself well at the 1. I don't think that necessarily makes him our future 1. Can he continue to develop in that area and become it? I think he has a chance."
Borrego gave Oladipo Maurice Harkless and Kyle O'Quinn the day off Friday and the Magic struggled in their absence losing the Orlando Pro Summer League's sevent...