Thursday, July 18, 2013

Nunnally noticeable. Day six NBA Las Vegas Summer League report.

Nunnally is making NBA teams notice
James Nunnally scored 18 points in 20 minutes with four made three-point shots to earn the nod as the most efficient player on a winning team during play Wednesday in the NBA Las Vegas Summer League.  Nunnally's Miami Heat clobbered the New York Knicks summer entry 113-66.  Nunnally, who played for the Bakersfield Jam of the D-League in 2012-13, is a 6'7" small forward with deep shooting skill. He shot 40.6% from beyond the arc in the D-League, and he has continued to wow scouts with his consistent scoring ability. 

Quincy Miller showed his best form in Summer League play to date with a 17 point (6-10 FG, 5-5 FT), five rebound effort in Denver’s 87-82 victory over New Orleans.  …Josh Akognon continued his outstanding efficiency in Dallas’ 95-89 triumph over the Clippers. Akognon scored 24 points and shot the ball like a all-star. He was 6-9 FG, 8-8 FT, and 4-7 3-pt FG. …Demetri McCamey came off the bench to lead Minnesota’s complete domination over Sacramento. The final score was an ugly 92-54. McCamey had 15 points (6-9 FG), with three made three pointers. …Memphis beat Washington 90-83. Portland used overtime and another solid game from Thomas Robinson (13 points, 17 rebounds, two blocked shots) to beat Atlanta 70-69.

Our All NBA Las Vegas Summer League Team for day six (July 17, 2013)… Point guards: Jerome Randle, McCamey. Shooting guards: Akognon, Travis Leslie. Small forwards: Nunnally, Q Miller, Jordan Hamilton, Eric Griffin. Power forwards: Jackie Carmichael, JaMychal Green. Centers: Jack Cooley, Jeremy Tyler. 

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