Game One: Utah Jazz 78, Orlando Magic 73
Gordon Hayward, UTAH
Continued to play passive, yet efficient. Seems hesitant to make things happen, but did have a more substantial day two. Hit a clutch three down the stretch to help seal the win. My money is on him coming out of his shell today.
Jeremy Evans, UTAH
Much improved from his first performance. More active on both ends of the court, recording six points, five boards, two blocks, and a steal. He’ll need to keep improving, but this was much better.
Daniel Orton, ORL
Easily the favorite for biggest disappointment of the Summer League, as his struggles continued into day two. Orton went 0-for-6 from the floor and had only two rebounds in 17 minutes. At least this time he wasn’t ejected.
Stanley Robinson, ORL
The former college standout has been nothing spectacular, playing very passively and not shooting that well when he does get the ball. He put up four points and three rebounds in 15 minutes.
Jerome Randle, ORL
Has really good handles and doesn’t have turnover issues, but he is really inconsistent with his jump shot, especially from three-point range where he was 0-for-5 in both games.
Game Two: Charlotte Bobcats 86, Oklahoma City Thunder 85
Sherron Collins, CHA
Coming off the bench in this game, Collins was limited to only 10 minutes of playing time, with two points and two assists. We’ll see if the Jayhawk gets any more action today.
Marquis Gilstrap, CHA
Limited to only 1:28 of playing time.
Latavious Williams, OKC
Straight from high school to the D-League, Williams is still attempting to mature to an NBA level. Only two points, one rebound, and six fouls in 13 minutes.
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