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BBNBA Summer League Day Five and Six Recap

We’re in the heat of the NBA Summer League, where 15 former Wildcats are taking the floor through next week.

Bam Adebayo, De’Aaron Fox, and Wenyen Gabriel got things started early last week, including a 23-point performance from Fox on Monday and a few big double-doubles from Adebayo.

Now, the rest of the BBNBA members have gotten their feet wet in summer basketball.

Check out the day five recap, followed up with the latest update from the start of day six:

Portland Trailblazers

Game One, Day Five

93-78 victory over Utah Jazz

Player Stats:

Archie Goodwin

Six points (3-3 shooting) and four rebounds in 11 minutes.

Game Two, Day Six

85-68 victory over Atlanta Hawks

Player Stats:

Archie Goodwin

Did not play

Indiana Pacers

Game Two, Day Five:

86-76 victory over San Antonio Spurs

Player Stats:

Alex Poythress

Six points (2-4 shooting) and three rebounds in 15 minutes of action.

Miami Heat

Game Four, Day Five:

84-110 loss to New Orleans Pelicans

Player Stats:

Bam Adebayo

Nine points (4-10 shooting), four rebounds, one assist, one block, one steal, and one turnover in 19 minutes.

Game Five, Day Six:

90-94 loss to Charlotte Hornets

Player Stats:

Bam Adebayo

Did not play

Charlotte Hornets

Game Two, Day Six:

94-90 victory over Miami Heat

Player Stats:

Malik Monk

Injured hand, out for 6-8 weeks.

Oklahoma City Thunder

Game Two, Day Five:

90-76 victory over Brooklyn Nets

Player Stats:

Dakari Johnson

11 points (5-8 shooting), six rebounds and five assists in 18 minutes.

Hamidou Diallo

19 points (7-11 shooting, 2-2 from three) and eight rebounds in 21 minutes

Highlights:

Sacramento Kings

Game Three, Day Three:

63-71 loss to Phoenix Suns

Player Stats:

DeAaron Fox

Did not participate, likely out for the remainder of Summer League.

Wenyen Gabriel

Zero points (0-2 shooting) and one rebound in three minutes.

Cleveland Cavaliers

Game Two, Day Five:

81-86 loss to Chicago Bulls

Player Stats:

Marcus Lee

Four points (2-4 shooting) and six rebounds in 11 minutes

Toronto Raptors

Game Two, Day Six:

92-103 loss to Minnesota Timberwolves

Player Stats:

Marquis Teague

Four points (2-6 shooting), one rebound, one assist, and two turnovers in 13 minutes.

New Orleans Pelicans

Game One, Day Four:

90-77 victory over Toronto Raptors

Player Stats:

Derek Willis

Zero points (0-3 shooting), three rebounds, one assist, and one turnover in 13 minutes.

New York Knicks

Game One, Day Five:

91-89 victory over Atlanta Hawks

Player Stats:

Kevin Knox

22 points (8-20 shooting), eight rebounds, two assists, one steal, one block, and two turnovers in 30 minutes.

Highlights:

Upcoming Schedule

All times PM, Eastern

Sunday, July 8
9:00 Utah NY Knicks (Kevin Knox) NBATV
9:30 Memphis Orlando (Isaiah Briscoe) ESPN2
11:00 Sacramento (Wenyen Gabriel) LA Clippers (Shai Gilgeous-Alexander) NBATV
Monday, July 9
3:00 New Orleans (Derek Willis) Detroit ESPNU
3:30 Toronto (Marquis Teague) OKC Thunder (Dakari Johnson, Hamidou Diallo) NBATV
5:00 Indiana (Alex Poythress) Cleveland ESPN2
5:30 Washington (Aaron Harrison) Philadelphia NBATV
7:00 Charlotte (Malik Monk) Boston ESPN2
9:30 Orlando (Isaiah Briscoe) Phoenix NBATV
11:30 LA Clippers (Shai Gilgeous-Alexander) Houston NBATV
Tuesday, July 10
4:00 San Antonio Portland (Archie Goodwin, Kyle Wiltjer) NBATV
4:30 Utah Miami (Bam Adebayo) ESPNU
6:30 Sacramento (Wenyen Gabriel) Memphis ESPN2
8:30 LA Lakers NY Knicks (Kevin Knox) ESPN2

Go Cats.

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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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4 Comments for BBNBA Summer League Day Five and Six Recap



  1. michaelb
    9:51 pm July 8, 2018 Permalink

    Comments closed on cunninghams political jab , laughable bully move to do something like that then make it non respondable. That looks bad haha



  2. michaelb
    9:51 pm July 8, 2018 Permalink

    I’m glad to read this. 1 bc I wasn’t sure if ksr was aware of becoming not ksr with its political entries. 2 claiming people are complaining about it bc they don’t agree with ksr about an issue or stance is kind of irresponsible to say. Pretty sure when people go to ksr they want Kentucky sports bits . You can’t just decide to turn those people that don’t want politics mixed with their sports into arc/political enemies lol . That’s just plain ole political snowflake behavior . I expect more than that even on a disagreement level lol . If that’s as objective as that side of the argument gets I’m not worried bout any of it … the wheels will fall of soon as the gun sounds. I’m not trying to be left vs right . I just enjoy/ am concerned about my ksr being exactly what it says “ksr”



  3. michaelb
    10:00 pm July 8, 2018 Permalink

    I was most impressed at Knox’ s play – he was showing some improved on athletic ability . Hamis nice lil come out party was cool to me because of his efficiency – didn’t have to shoot 3-15 caught** trey young cough**



  4. Kat4Life
    9:18 am July 9, 2018 Permalink

    I wish we had seen this version of Kevin Knox all year last year. He is very aggressive offensively and is going to the rim with a vicious ferocity