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Summer League Standouts: Day 5 in Las Vegas

POSTED: Jul 13, 2016 12:35 AM ET

By Scott Howard-Cooper

BY Scott Howard-Cooper


Las Vegas Summer League, Day 5 Recap

See the action from Tuesday's Las Vegas Summer League games in the Fast Break.

A look at the top performers from Day 5 in Las Vegas:

Trey Lyles, Utah Jazz

Trail Blazers vs. Jazz

CJ Fair scores 20 points as the Blazers defeat the Jazz 92-89.

The second-year forward continued to put up big scoring numbers, scoring 30 points in the 92-89 loss to the Trail Blazers while making five of seven three-pointers and 10 of 20 shots overall. Lyles also had nine rebounds. He is on pace to finish as the leading scorer in the Las Vegas portion of summer league.

Justin Anderson, Dallas Mavericks

Anderson With The Block

Justin Anderson doesn't give up on this play as he blocks the dunk attempt at the rim.

Anderson made six of 12 three-pointers, although just two of seven inside the arc, and scored 29 points in the 88-82 loss to the Celtics. He also continued to make an impact on the boards for a shooting guard-small forward, getting 11 rebounds after six each of the previous two games.

Ognjen Kuzmic, Golden State Warriors

Trying to play his way back on the roster as Golden State fills its roster with minimum contracts, the audition of the former Warriors center included 12 points while making five of seven attempts, 11 rebounds and four blocks in the 85-77 win over the 76ers.

Terry Rozier, Boston Celtics

Celtics vs. Mavericks

Terry Rozier scores 26 points and grabs six rebounds to lead the Celtics past the Mavericks, 88-82 during Las Vegas Summer League action.

Rozier was already one of the best players in the summer league in Salt Lake City. His push to carry that level of production through Las Vegas as well now includes 28 points and six rebounds in the 88-82 win over the Mavericks.

Scott Howard-Cooper has covered the NBA since 1988. You can e-mail him here and follow him on Twitter.

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