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For the most part, T.J. Warren was unstoppable in Vegas, much like he was as a sophomore at N.C. State, where he finished third in the country in scoring.
He went for 26 points against the Minnesota Timberwolves, 28 against the Philadelphia 76ers and 22 against the Golden State Warriors, having converted at least 10 field goals in each.
With all 37 of his Summer League buckets coming inside the arc, Warren's scoring instincts and improvisation were on full display throughout the event.
He's constantly moving without the ball and finding ways to score off cuts, curls, slashes, flashes and spot-ups. With the ball, he's a threat to rise and fire off the dribble or weave between traffic.
And he was also automatic in transition thanks to some stunning body control and a mean open-floor Eurostep.
Warren didn't hit one three-pointer this summer, and as a small forward prospect, that's something he'll eventually need to address. But you just can't ignore the volume production, both in the ACC and in Vegas.
If I'm the Suns, I'm looking at Warren for some immediate firepower as a weapon off the bench.