Louis King (Detroit Pistons) – 2.8 PPG, 2.0 RPG, 1.0 SPG IN 11.8 MPG
The two-way player for the Pistons didn’t see too much time on the court this summer and will likely be spending most of his time with the G-League affiliate, the Grand Rapids Drive.
MiKyle McIntosh (Indiana Pacers) – 7.6 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 1.8 SPG in 23.8 MPG
Kenny Wooten (New York Knicks) – 1.8 PPG, 3.0 RPG, 2.5 BPG in 13.3 MPG
Wooten showed the New York coaching staff a lot of what he does best and that is defending the rim. Kenny left Las Vegas on a strong note while finishing with 5 blocks against the Washington Wizards. His athleticism alone could land him a roster spot come October.
Troy Brown (Washington Wizards) – 12.0 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 1.7 APG in 23.3 MPG
The young core in Washington with Brown, Hachimura, and Schofield is exactly what the Wizards needed. That’s some great pieces to learn/grow alongside the backcourt duo of John Wall and Bradley Beal.
Elijah Brown (Washington Wizards) – 0.0 PPG, 1.0 RPG in 5.0 MPG
Joseph Young (Los Angeles Lakers) – 4.8 PPG, 2.5 RPG, 2.8 APG in 17.8 MPG
Chris Boucher (Toronto Raptors) – 23.0 PPG, 9.8 RPG, 1.3 BPG in 31.0 MPG
The reigning NBA champion, G-League Defensive Player of the Year, and G-League MVP didn’t disappoint in the Sin City. He ranked 5th in all of summer league for scoring and was named to the NBA Summer League Second-Team. With the Raptors losing Kawhi Leonard and in need of another lengthy star, Boucher has a huge opportunity to take over the starting 3 or 4 position alongside Pascal Siakam in “The 6ix”.
*Arden Cravalho is a Gonzaga University graduate from the Bay Area… Follow him on Twitter @a_cravalho