July 18 / Day 9
A: Roddy Beaubois (Mavericks): Two days after notching a flunking grade, the speed demon impressed again with 23 points (9-of-12 shooting) and five assists.

B: Blake Griffin (Clippers): Not his best effort, but still racked up 19 points and 10 boards. Also wasnít intimidated by a flagrant foul crack to his head.

C: Hasheem Thabeet (Grizzlies): Most productive showing by the No. 2 pick, but it was only 10 points and seven boards in 26 minutes.

D: Earl Clark (Suns): The lottery choice wasnít a factor with just eight points (4-of-12 shooting) and five rebounds against Memphis.

-- Art Garcia

July 17 / Day 8
A: Jonny Flynn (Timberwolves): Fearlessly attacked the rim on his way to 21 points in win over Washington. Added five assists in 29 minutes off the bench.

B: Jonas Jerebko (Pistons): Had his best scoring game (19) in Detroitís final game, a win over Cleveland. Had five boards and struggled at line (8-of-14).

B: Toney Douglas (Knicks): Solid effort with 18 points on 6-of-16 shooting, four assists, three steals and three turnovers in loss to Sacramento.

B-: Jon Brockman (Kings): Work on the boards earned this grade, with his personal-high of 15 rebounds to balance out two points against New York.

-- Art Garcia

July 16 / Day 7
A: Jodie Meeks (Bucks): Second-round pick racked up 25 of his 29 points in the second half against Toronto, drilling 12-of-23 shots and four 3-pointers.

A: Chase Budinger (Rockets): Continues to be one of the breakout performers. The second rounder scored 25 against the Lakers, but only had one rebound on 26 minutes.

B-: Darren Collison (Hornets): Pushed the ball and got to the line seven times. Didnít shoot it well (4-of-13) and his four assists matched his turnovers.

F: Roddy Beaubois (Mavericks): The French Flash shot 2-of-14 and scored four after is averaging more than 19 in the first three. Added five turnovers and one assist.

-- Art Garcia

July 15 / Day 6
A: Austin Daye (Pistons): Exploded for 27 points and 13 rebounds in a blowout over the Knicks. The 6-foot-11 mismatch showed off his smooth jumper and court sense.

B: Jordan Hill (Knicks): The eighth pick from Arizona went for 14 points and five boards in 28 minutes in a loss to Detroit. Yet to look completely comfortable.

B: DeMar DeRozen (Raptors): Had his best shooting performance of the summer (9-of-16) on his way to 20 points in loss to Suns.

C+: James Johnson (Bulls): Scored 16 against Milwaukee the day after netting 21, playing 71 minutes in the process. Rebounds were down (8 to 4) and turnovers up (4 to 6).

-- Art Garcia

July 14 / Day 5
A: Nick Young (Wizards): The guard set a Las Vegas Summer League scoring high (36 points) this summer until Anthony Randolph (42) broke it a couple of hours later. Still, Young drilled 5-of-8 3-pointers.

B+: Darren Collison (Hornets): The 21st pick out of UCLA had an efficient 17 points, four assists and three rebounds in just 20 minutes against the Clippers.

B: B.J. Mullens (Thunder): The late first-rounder had a solid 10 points, five boards, and five blocks in 25 minutes in a loss to the Lakers. Missed all four foul shots.

D: Ty Lawson (Nuggets): The point guard couldnít find the range, going 0-for-7 from the floor. He also had more turnovers (four) than assists (three) in his debut.

-- Art Garcia

July 13 / Day 4
A+: Blake Griffin (Clippers): The No. 1 pick lived up to the hype with an impressive debut of 27 points and 12 rebounds in rout over the Lakers.

A: Brandon Jennings (Bucks): The playmaking lottery pick racked up 14 assists, 13 points and seven steals against the Kings.

B: Ahmad Nivins (Mavericks): A-10 player of the year had another productive outing -- 12 points and four rebounds -- in another loss for Dallas.

B: Jeff Pendergraph (Blazers): First choice of the second round nearly pulled off double-double with 12 points and nine rebounds in his first game.

-- Art Garcia

July 12 / Day 3
A: DeJuan Blair (Spurs): Debuted with a double-double -- 13 points and 10 rebounds -- living up to his billing as a bruiser and tenacious rebounder in win over New Orleans.

B+: Sam Young (Grizzlies): Second-round pick soared to 14 points on 6-for-10 shooting in 29-point rout over Oklahoma City.

C: Jonny Flynn (Wolves): Shot 3-for-10 and committed seven turnovers, but the sixth pick also had seven assists and 11 points in 29 minutes against Houston.

D: James Harden (Thunder): Outside of an impressive driving dunk through traffic, the third pick didnít do much in 18 1/2 minutes, missing four of his five shots.

-- Art Garcia

July 11 / Day 2
A: Austin Daye (Pistons): Never saw the bench, playing all 40 minutes in a win over Toronto. The 15th pick tied for team-high honors with 19 points and led Detroit with eight boards.

B+: Stephen Curry (Warriors): Bounced back after missing his first eight shots to score 29, including the game-winning basket in the final seconds of a 98-95 overtime win over Sacramento.

B: Chinemelu Elonu (Lakers): The late second-rounder from Texas A&M was a bundle of activity in 22 1/2 minutes with nine points, five rounds and six fouls. Struggled at the line (1-5).

D: Christian Eyenga (Cavaliers): The 20-year-old last pick of the first round made an inauspicious debut by missing all four of his shots and scoring one point in his debut.

-- Art Garcia

July 10 / Day 1
A: DeJuan Summers (Pistons): The 35th pick out of Georgetown dunked his way to 24 points against Sacramento. Summers (6-foot-8, 240) added seven rebounds in 32 1/2 minutes, as Detroit won 86-77.

B: Tyreke Evans (Kings): The 6-foot-6 point guard was solid with 15 points, four rebounds and two assists in 29 minutes. Itís easy to project the impact of the fourth pick overall with Kevin Martin in the backcourt.

B-: Stephen Curry (Warriors): Scored 16, but missed 10 of 14 shots. Committed seven fouls and turned it over four times. But the NCAA scoring champ also displayed the confidence and poise of son of a former NBA player.

C+: DeMar DeRozen (Raptors): Hedo Turkogluís new teammate missed a potential game-tying shot in the closing seconds against the Lakers. Finished with 10 points (5-for-12) in 30 minutes.

-- Art Garcia