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NBA Summer League 2017 Days 9 & 10: Big East recap

Doubling up today, because we forgot to do one yesterday!

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BRYCE COTTON

SUNDAY: Cotton played 20 minutes in Atlanta’s 84-82 victory over New Orleans. He went 0-4 from the field and didn’t record any other stats.

MONDAY: Cotton played 16 minutes in Atlanta’s 75-55 victory over Chicago. He went 0-3 from the field, but had two rebounds.


ISAIAH WHITEHEAD

SUNDAY: Whitehead had 12 points and four rebounds in Brooklyn’s 88-83 loss to Milwaukee. Whitehead played 25 minutes and went 4-13 from the field.

MONDAY: Whitehead had one of his best games of the summer, going 5-8 for 11 points, five rebounds, and four assists in 17 minutes of action in Brooklyn’s 96-66 victory.


RODNEY PRYOR

SUNDAY: Pryor logged nine minutes in Brooklyn’s loss, as well. He made a three-pointer and grabbed a rebound.

MONDAY: DNP-CD


HENRY SIMS

SUNDAY: The former Hoya had a strong game off the bench for Denver in their loss to Minnesota. He played 22 minutes and scored nine points. He also hauled in four rebounds.

MONDAY: Sims was great from the field, shooting 6-8 for 12 points in Denver’s 82-81 loss to Toronto.


JAMIL WILSON

SUNDAY: Wilson had the best game of any former Big East player on Sunday, as he led the Clippers with 18 points on 7-8 shooting (off the bench) and five rebounds. Wilson has had a strong career in the D-League and Europe, and maybe this is finally his year to break through.

MONDAY: Wilson had another great game on Monday, racking up another 18 points but adding eight rebounds and eight assists this time. Certainly bodes well for him.


HOLLIS THOMPSON

SUNDAY: DNP-CD (Los Angeles Clippers)

MONDAY: Thompson saw action to the tune of 23 minutes, and scored 10 points for the Clippers in their 100-93 victory over the Bucks.


JAKARR SAMPSON

SUNDAY: Sampson had six points and three rebounds in Sacramento’s loss to Toronto.

MONDAY: Sampson had seven points and four rebounds in Sacramento’s loss to the Lakers.


BEN BENTIL

SUNDAY: Bentil had two points and three rebounds in seven minutes for the Spurs in their 101-95 win over Philadelphia.


RYAN ARCIDIACONO

MONDAY: Arch made his Summer League debut for the Chicago Bulls and played 19 minutes in their 75-55 loss to the Hawks. He had four points, a rebound, and an assist.


KRIS DUNN

MONDAY: DNP-CD (Chicago Bulls)


DANIEL OCHEFU

MONDAY: Chef’s solid Summer League play continues, as he went 3-3 from the field for six points for the Wizards, who fell 91-87. He also picked up nine fouls.


KRIS JENKINS

MONDAY: Jenkins also shot 100% from the field for the Wizards, going 2-2 for five points, also making a three pointer.


LJ PEAK

MONDAY: Peak played four minutes for the Rockets and went 0-1from the field in their 99-94 victory over Phoenix.


JALEN REYNOLDS

MONDAY: Reynolds went 1-3 from the field in 12 minutes of action for the Raptors. He scored three points and hauled in two rebounds.


COLE HUFF

MONDAY: Huff had two rebounds in nine minutes for the Raptors in their victory over Denver, and missed the only shot he attempted.


DYLAN ENNIS

MONDAY: The one-time Villanova product looks to make a very crowded Golden State Warriors team, which makes sense because he was also a member of the Oregon Ducks and the Warriors drafted a bunch of them this year. Ennis had four points in 13 minutes, but he made a three, so he fits right in with the Warriors.


SIR’DOMINIC POINTER

MONDAY: Pointer was on the other side of the Warriors/Cavs matchup, scoring 13 points and grabbing five rebounds in Cleveland’s 91-74 victory.


JOSH HART

MONDAY: DNP-CD (Los Angeles Lakers)


VANDER BLUE

MONDAY: With Josh Hart, Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, and Brandon Ingram all not playing, Blue was the main offensive weapon for the Lakers.

He didn’t disappoint, leading the team with 21 points in the 95-92 victory which featured an incredibly entertaining final two minutes with Blue and Sacramento’s Buddy Hield going back and forth.