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NBA Summer League 2017 Days 11 & 12: Big East recap

Doubling up again!

NBA: Philadelphia 76ers at Phoenix Suns Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

RYAN ARCIDIACONO

TUESDAY: Arch had two points and five rebounds as he started for the Bulls in their 82-73 loss to Daniel Ochefu’s Wizards. Arch has already signed a contract to play in Italy this season, so his future is pretty much set.

WEDNESDAY: Arch got another start on Wednesday, scoring seven points and grabbing two rebounds as the Bulls fell to the Portland Trail Blazers


DANIEL OCHEFU

TUESDAY: Chef’s strong play continues, as he was just a point shy of a double-double in a nine point, ten rebound victory over Arcidiacono and the Bulls. Ochefu played in 19 games for the Wizards last season, so he’s certainly looking to raise that number this year.

WEDNESDAY: A five-point, six-rebound showing wasn’t enough to get the Wizards their first win of Summer League, as they fell to 0-4 with an 89-88 loss to the Miami Heat.


KRIS JENKINS

TUESDAY: Jenkins is on the Wizards, too! This game was like a Villanova family reunion. Jenkins had five points and three rebounds in 13 minutes.

WEDNESDAY: DNP-CD


DYLAN ENNIS

TUESDAY: Ennis had eight points in 17 minutes as he tries to catch on with a very crowded Golden State Warriors squad.

WEDNESDAY: Ennis had one point and two rebounds in 10 minutes in Golden State’s victory over the Timberwolves.


BEN BENTIL

TUESDAY: DNP-CD (San Antonio Spurs)


BRYCE COTTON

WEDNESDAY: Cotton had two points and a rebound in Atlanta’s 105-95 loss to New Orleans


HENRY SIMS

WEDNESDAY: Sims had eight points and three rebounds in 16 minutes in Denver’s 87-81 victory over Houston.


LJ PEAK

WEDNESDAY: Peak logged five minutes for the Rockets. He didn’t score any points.


JAKARR SAMPSON

WEDNESDAY: The former St. John’s standout had a strong performance in the Kings’ 69-65 victory. In 23 minutes off the bench, Sampson recorded nine points and grabbed seven rebounds.


VANDER BLUE

WEDNESDAY: Blue had four points, two assists, and two rebounds in the Lakers’ 103-102 victory over Philadelphia.


JOSH HART

WEDNESDAY: DNP-CD (Los Angeles Lakers)