The NBA Summer League has tipped off in Las Vegas, and Big Ten players are off to a strong start. Michigan product Tim Hardaway Jr., a member of the 2014 NBA all-rookie team, is averaging 22.5 points in the New York Knicks’ first two games. See other top performers, from both Las Vegas and Orlando, in this post.
85.7: Field goal percentage for Trevor Mbakwe (Minnesota) in Los Angeles Lakers’ first two games in Las Vegas.
32: Points Gary Harris (Michigan State) scored in his Las Vegas debut for Denver.
21: Points Deshaun Thomas (Ohio State) scored in San Antonio’s second game in Las Vegas.
18 & 13: Points and rebounds Mitch McGary (Michigan) amassed in Oklahoma City’s second game in Orlando.
18: Rebounds Noah Vonleh (Indiana) pulled down in Charlotte’s second game in Las Vegas.
17: Points Victor Oladipo (Indiana) averaged in three games for Orlando in Orlando.
7: 3-pointers John Shurna (Northwestern) has hit in Toronto’s first two games in Las Vegas.
6: Offensive rebounds Adreian Payne (Michigan State) has grabbed in Atlanta’s first two games in Las Vegas.
6 of 7: Shot chart for JaJuan Johnson (Purdue) through Milwaukee’s first two games in Las Vegas.
3-to-1: Assist-to-turnover ratio for Darius Morris (Michigan) in San Antonio’s first two games in Las Vegas.