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NBA Summer League 2017 Day 6: Big East recap

Dwight Buycks continues to succeed.

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The former Georgetown Hoyas hooper made a minimal impact in the Orlando Magic’s matchup with the Charlotte Hornets. In seven minutes of action, Cameron scored two points on his only shot of the game. Cameron also added an assist and a steal to his line.


Dunham, a former star with the Butler Bulldogs, played five minutes in the Magic’s game with the Hornets, posting two points while going 1-3 from the field. He grabbed two boards in the contest as well.


Dylan Ennis was one of two former Big East hoopers who scored in double figures in the Oklahoma City Thunder’s matchup with the Indiana Pacers. Ennis dropped 14 points while shooting 41.7 percent on 12 shots from the field, going 4-10 from 3-point land in the process. Ennis also racked up five boards, a steal and a block to boot.


Christon, a former Xavier Musketeers guard, racked up 21 points as one of five starters to score in double figures for the Thunder. Christon made all 10 of his free throw attempts, aggressive in getting to the line and making them count. He added a rebound, four assists and two steals but did have six turnovers in the game as well.


Henry had a bit of a tough go shooting wise in the Detroit Pistons’ matchup with the Dallas Mavericks. Ellenson scored just five points and did so on 2-10 shooting from th field. Luckily, Ellenson found other ways to contribute, putting up eight boards with an assist and a steal.


On the other side of the coin, Dwight Buycks’ terrific play continued. The former Marquette Golden Eagles guard played 40 minutes of action and scored 28 points on 42.3 percent shooting from the field. Buycks was 4-6 from the free throw line but did struggle from outside, going 2-10 from the 3-point line. Buycks grabbed five boards, dished out six assists and picked up three steals in the contest too.


Darryl racked up limited minutes in the Philadelphia 76ers’ matchup with the San Antonio Spurs. Reynolds collected just three minutes of action but did make his way onto the statsheet, picking up a steal.


The former Providence Friars forward did not play for the Spurs intheir matchup against the Sixers.