The former Villanova Wildcats big man had a big day with the Wizards Summer League squad. Ochefu scored 13 points and pulled down 10 rebounds while shooting 3-5 from the field and a perfect 7-7 from the free throw line. Chef added five blocks, two steals and three assists in what was an all-around, brilliant performance.
Another former Villanova hooper was in action as Maalik Wayns put up a decent line, scoring six points on the day. Wayns made two 3-pointers on four attempts to garner those six points and pulled down two rebounds while adding an assist and a steal.
Jenkins was the only Villanova hooper not to see the floor in the Wizards’ matchup.
In the Chicago Bulls Summer League opener, Dunn had a bit of efficiency issues. He scored 11 points, but had to do so on 12 shots, making just three of them. He got to the line and made all four of his free throws, but the 3-12 mark from the field was a bit of an eyesore. Still, Dunn made other contributions, picking up three assists, a block and four rebounds.
Arch struggled a bit in the Bulls’ summer league matchup, failing to put up a single point in the game.
The former Creighton Bluejays forward scored seven points in the Raptors’ matchup with the T’Wolves. Huff did so on a 2-3 day from the field and posted two rebounds and two steals.
Reynolds, who recently joined the Raptors squad, did not play in their game.
Bentil did not play in the Spurs’ matchup with the Miami Heat.
Hart had a solid outing in the Lakers’ matchup with the Celtics. He posted 15 points on a 6-13 day from the field, grabbed five boards and an assist, a steal and a block. He did, however, unfortunately sprain his ankle in the contest.
The former Marquette Golden Eagles star scored two points for the Lakers, both of which coming on free throw attempts after not recording a shot from the field. Blue also picked up a rebound and an assist.
The Georgetown Hoyas star racked up 10 points, a rebound and a block in the Rockets’ matchup with the Cavaliers. Peak shot 44.4 percent on his nine field goal attempts, going 2-4 from the 3-point line, and perhaps surprisingly didn’t record a single free throw attempt in the game.
Jones, formerly of the Butler Bulldogs, put up two points in the Cavs’ win over the Rockets. Jones went 1-3 from the field in the win, adding four rebounds and an assist in 14 minutes of action.
Sir’Dom didn’t play in the Cavs’ matchup with the Rockets.
Ennis, who is now on the Golden State Warriors Summer League team, recorded 11 minutes in the Dubs’ 95-93 loss to the Sixers. In those 11 minutes, Ennis, put up six points on 2-5 shooting, a rebound and an assist.