NBA Summer League Stats for former Wildcats; Poythress blocks Lonzo Ball; Labissiere takes over


Bam Adebayo did not play: Coaches decision

De’Aaron Fox did not play: Ankle stiffness, fine but coaches won’t chance it.

James Young had a solid night

He finished with
8 pts (3-8 FG) (2-7 3pt FG)
3 rebs
1 ast
1 stl
21 minutes

Skal Labissiere started the game and had a phenomenal first quarter, went quite in the 2nd but fired back up late.

He finished with
19 pts (8-13 FG)
9 rebs
1 ast
3 stls
2 blks
34 minutes

Dominique Hawkins saw his first action of the summer league tonight, but went out after a hard fall and later returned. He had an awesome looking pass and an amazing 3 point shot too!

He finished with
3 pts (1-1 3pt FG)
2 rebs
11 minutes

Alex Poythress had the second best game of the Wildcats behind Skal. He had so many dunks I lost count and looked like the Alex we knew, at full health. He had one dramatic block on Lonzo Ball. Some smooth 3 pointers. An overall great game, except the Sixers fell to the Lakers.

He finished with
16 pts (7-11 FG) (1-3 3pt FG)
5 rebs
1 stl
1 blk
21 minutes

👀 Dunk everything like a man AP

The best of the night. Alex destroys Ball’s shot.

It’s so awesome, here’s another angle..

Dunks everywhere.. I’m glad he’s back to full health and his old self.

Literally every shot

Isaiah Briscoe had a solid game and also saw some action against Ball.

He finished with
12 pts (5-7 FG)
2 rebs
2 asts
1 stl
8 minutes

Aaron Harrison played 8 minutes, but never scored. He had 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal.

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