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Andrew Harrison was unstoppable in first summer league game


Andrew Harrison made a huge statement tonight in his first game in the Las Vegas Summer League. He led all scorers with 23 points in the Grizzlies’ 20-point rout of the NBA D-League Select Team. He hit all 12 of his free throw attempts, dished out four assists and grabbed four rebounds in 24 minutes played.

Harrison shared the backcourt with Wade Baldwin IV, Memphis’ prized first-round pick, to start the game. Baldwin got a couple more minutes on the court in his starting point guard role, and scored 14 points with six rebounds and three assists. It was a good summer debut for both guards.

For Harrison, Game 1 couldn’t have gone any better. If he continues to play at this level over the remainder of the summer showcase, Memphis will have a hard time passing him up for a guaranteed deal.

Huge game for the former Cat.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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5 Comments for Andrew Harrison was unstoppable in first summer league game

  1. DelrayCat
    8:58 pm July 8, 2016 Permalink

    Andrew got old man game at 21 years old. He will find a spot somewhere as a solid backup PG for many years.

  2. scorpiocard
    9:13 pm July 8, 2016 Permalink

    Is he better than Russ Smith though?

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  3. Angelo
    2:35 am July 9, 2016 Permalink

    This is so exciting!! We can’t wait to see him rip up the NBA!!

    • Billy Hill
      11:51 am July 9, 2016 Permalink

      Your snarkiness is very unbecoming of you. Do better.