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NBA Summer League 2017 Day 14: Big East Recap

"The Big East gang does Summer League"

NBA: Summer League-Philadelphia 76ers at Golden State Warriors Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

L.J Peak

Houston may have lost to Atlanta 86-92, but Peak flexed a strong performance. Coming off the bench, Peak lead the Rockets with 19 points, putting up 75 percent for field goals and nailing 66.7 of his three-pointers.

Bryce Cotton

Redeeming his previous 2-point total game against New Orleans, Cotton contributed to Atlanta's third Summer League victory by scoring 12 points and two rebounds.

Daniel Ochefu

The Wizards' center nabbed five rebounds and scored two points in Washington's 73-80 loss to Minnesota.

Kris Jenkins

In his nine minutes played for the Wizards, Jenkins did not post any points on the board, but did manage to have one rebound and one assist.

Dylan Ennis

Arguably displaying the most dominant playing of the night, Ennis dropped an impressive 35 points for Golden State in their nail-biting 109-100 win over the Clippers. Going 12-20 in field goals, Ennis splashed 72.7 percent of his three-pointers and managed to find time for seven rebounds.

Jamil Wilson

In the five minutes played for the Clippers, Wilson did not score any points.

Hollis Thompson

Thompson clocked in 11 minutes for the Clippers, and scored four points, two rebounds, and one assist.

Ryan Arcidiacono

Taking advantage of Summer League action before heading off to play in Italy, Arcidiacono tossed up solid numbers in Chicago's 99-82 win over Philadelphia. Scoring 16 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists, Arcidiacono had himself a night.

Kris Dunn

DNP-CD (Chicago Bulls)

Jakarr Sampson

DNP-CD (Sacramento Kings)

Sir'Dominic Pointer

Cleveland bested Toronto 78-75 in overtime with the help of Pointer's steady presence. Pointer scored 14 points, eight rebounds, six assists, and had a team-high seven steals.

Jalen Reynolds

In the 14 minutes played for Toronto, Reynolds scored 12 points, six rebounds, and had two assists.

Cole Huff

Despite not scoring any points for Toronto, Huff helped with the Raptors with four rebounds and two assists.