2019 NBA Summer League
2019 NBA Summer League

Summer Standouts, Day 11

From NBA.com Staff

Jul 13, 2019 12:36 AM ET

 

Recap Friday's consolation Summer League action.

A look at top performers from Day 8 of the action in Las Vegas and Day 11 of the overall Summer League:

Gary Trent Jr., Portland Trail Blazers

Trent Jr. continued his impressive summer and powered the Blazers to a 99-84 triumph over the Bucks. The 20-year-old swingman scored a game-high 28 points and hauled in eight rebounds.

 
Gary Trent Jr. finished a strong Summer League performance in style.

Malik Newman, Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cavaliers guard helped Cleveland end its 2019 Summer League on the right note. Newman scored 33 points on 64 percent shooting in the Cavs’ 98-96 overtime win over the Kings. A member of the Cavaliers’ G League team, Newman shot 4-for-6 from the perimeter as part of his outburst.

 
Cavs' Malik Newman drops 33 points in an overtime win over the Kings.

Alize Johnson and DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell, Indiana Pacers

The Pacers wrapped up their summer contests with a victory thanks to the brilliant performances from Johnson and Akoon-Purcell. Johnson registered 25 points and 13 rebounds while Akoon-Purcell collected 24 points and 10 rebounds, leading Indiana to an 86-75 win over LA.

Jordan Caroline, Los Angeles Lakers

An aggressive Caroline stole the show as the Lakers mounted a 25-point comeback to knock off the Warriors, 88-87. He dropped 20 points on an efficient 7-for-8 shooting from the field to close out a solid Summer League campaign.

 
The Lakers stormed back from a 25-point deficit to beat the Warriors.

Lindell Wigginton and Chris Boucher, Toronto Raptors

The Toronto tandem combined for 50 points on 70 percent shooting, leaving a lasting impression in Las Vegas. Wigginton dropped 26 points and Boucher, who finished Summer League as a top-five scorer, added 24 in the Raptors’ 108-102 loss to the 76ers.


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