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Big East NBA Summer League Recap: Day 2

Here’s how some of the Big East alums fared in the second day of Summer League

Toronto Raptors v Los Angeles Lakers Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

Did you miss yesterday’s NBA Summer League action? Wondering how your favorite former Big East players did? We’ve got you covered! Here is the recap from Day 1.

Omari Spellman - Atlanta Hawks

A lot of the talk surrounding this game was Trae Young’s poor shooting night (5 of 16 from the field) but Omari Spellman again played OK in Summer League. He had a good debut and followed that up with another double digit scoring performance. This time he dropped 10 points and grabbed 7 rebounds. Only concerning thing is that he struggled shooting the ball, shooting 28.6% from the field and three-point land.

Kelan Martin - Utah Jazz

After playing 26 minutes in his debut, Martin didn’t play as much in Utah’s loss to Memphis. In his 18 minutes of action, the former Butler Bulldog scored 7 points and had 4 rebounds to go along with it. Let’s hope for a stronger game if he gets more than 20 minutes next time.

Josh Hart - Los Angeles Lakers

After getting ejected in the Lakers first SL game, Hart played less than 15 minutes in a game where the Lakers fell behind early and struggled to get back into it. He scored 1 point, 1 rebound, and 1 assist (yes you read that correctly). Hart had 4 personal fouls, which also added to why he didn’t play much

Marcus Derrickson - Golden State Warriors

In the final game of the night, Marcus Derrickson had an OK game for the reigning NBA champions. He played 16 minutes, scoring 5 points and 2 rebounds to go with it. It was around the same production he had in their first game against the Miami Heat.