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Aaron Harrison shines in fourth summer league game

Do your best to look past Aaron Harrison getting his dunk violently blocked and appreciate yet another good game from him in Orlando. He finished with a team-high 15 points, four rebounds and one assist in almost 35 minutes of action.

Harrison will leave Orlando with averages of 13 points, four assists, and almost five rebounds in four summer league games with Charlotte. His outside shooting was subpar, but he handled the new role of point guard surprisingly well, especially in the pick-and-roll with Frank Kaminsky. Patrick Ewing said Harrison will have to play the point if he plans to make an NBA roster.

Overall, it was a very good run with the Hornets and he certainly helped his chances of earning a spot in the league.

“I think he’s doing a fantastic job,” Ewing added.

Now someone sign this man!!!


Apparently he has one more game. Disregard that stuff about his time in Orlando being over.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

7 Comments for Aaron Harrison shines in fourth summer league game

  1. Laker Cat 18
    3:30 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    I didn’t think we would ever see the Twins flip roles in the NBA. Andrew playing the 2 and Aaron playing the PG. Crazy.

    • Angelo
      3:44 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

      Agree. It is completely nuts.

    • J-Dub421
      5:05 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

      Is it opposite day?

  2. Flojo
    3:53 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    That is crazy…maybe they did the ol’ twin switch to help each other make their teams. Didn’t that already happen once in Charlotte? Regardless of how, I hope Aaron makes the team. He’s playing really well.

  3. TDBlue
    4:01 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    When will the podcast of today’s show be up? I didn’t get to hear all of the phone call between Matt
    and Mr. Dawahare

  4. Big Al and the Boys
    7:49 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    From the summer league games I saw on tv, AH was the only guy who could get Charlotte into their offence. Also every time he was involved in the play something positive almost always happened. Not so much with any of the other guards. Couple a three things…he got them into their offense, got the ball to the tank, got to the rim and finished and hit a few jumpers. I think he will do well.

  5. Windycitysteam
    11:04 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    Aaron has such a bright future ahead of him, can’t wait to watch him become an all star!