Las Vegas (AFP) – Desmond Banny scored 32 points and Xavier Tillman Sr. With 15 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists, the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Brooklyn Nets in the Summer Basketball Association on Monday.
Bane, who had a solid rookie season following the Grizzlies earned their 2020 first-round final pick from Boston, was 6 of 8 out of a 3-point range. He hit 43% deep in his first season with the Grizzlies.
Killian Tilley scored 20 points, while Zayer Williams, this year’s 10th pick of the year, had seven.
Cam Thomas scored 17 points for Brooklyn, and Quandary Witherspoon added 15 points.
He linked three of his three-pointers in the final 2:29, while Tillman made a free throw and jumped to start the 8-0 series that turned the 77-76 deficit into an 84-77 lead with 1:18 remaining. Tillman ended the boom with a plunge.
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Nathan Knight hit the tiebreak with 15 seconds left, lifting Minnesota over San Antonio.
Jaylen Noel scored 24 points, Knight added 19 points and nine rebounds, and Jaden McDaniels added 18 points.
Devin Fassel scored 23 points and Trey Jones 16 points and eight assists for Tottenham. Joshua Primo, San Antonio’s top pick in 12th, scored eight points on 3 of 11 shots.
Noel and McDaniels each scored six rebounds and four assists.
Late Buck Knight broke the seventh tie in the fourth quarter, when there were also six lead changes.
Spurs struggled to find a pleasing shot at the final possession, while Jones was nowhere near a third.
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Trey Murphy scored 26 points and had nine rebounds, Nagy Marshall added 18 points, and New Orleans moved away from Chicago in the fourth quarter.
Murphy, the 17th overall pick in this year’s draft who was part of a swap with Memphis in 10th overall pick Zayer Williams, was 6 of 9 of 3 and 9 of 15 overall.
Devon Dotson scored 16 points and Patrick Williams had 15 points and 12 rebounds for the Bulls.
With the score tied beforetime in the fourth quarter, Herbert Jones fired two free throws to start a 10-0 streak that ended with a 3-pointer Murphy, who went on to score eight straight points from New Orleans.
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Emmanuel Quikley scored 32 points and made eight assists, and Obi Tobin added 22 points and nine rebounds to lead New York over Indiana.
The game has been elevated because the Pacers’ original opening game in Las Vegas against Washington was postponed due to COVID-19 contact tracing issues with the Wizards.
Quikley, who averaged 11.4 points in 64 games with the Knicks as a rookie following being drafted late in the first round final year, was 11 of 21 from the field, including 4 of 12 from lengthy range, and made the six free throw .
Duane Washington Jr. scored 23 points for Indiana, and O’Shea Brisset scored 22 points and seven rebounds, making all 10 of his free throws.
The Knicks had a three-point lead in the final minute when Tobin converted a three-point game, and Miles McBride, who scored 14, was dunked following Brissett missed 3 points.
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Gehmus Ramsey scored 22 points, Shimzi Mito scored 16 points and four shots, and Sacramento continued in the fourth quarter to defeat Charlotte.
Louis King scored 10 points while matching Mito’s four steals, and ninth overall rookie Davion Mitchell, NCAA champion Baylor, scored ten points and nine assists.
Arnoldas Kulboka and DJ Carton each scored 13 points with the Hornets, who lost in the first two days of the Las Vegas event.
Charlotte got one distance beforetime in the fourth quarter following trailing by seven points to start the period, the deficit was 72-68 following picking James Bucknett’s 11th 3-pointer with 1:48 remaining. Ramsey answered with a float and helped overwhelm King to shove Sacramento’s lead to eighth by a minute.
Bouknight finished with 11 points while Nick Richards and LiAngelo Ball scored 10 goals each.
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Teresa Maxi scored 19 of 21 points in the first half to aid lead with a 26-point lead, and Philadelphia went from there with a triumph over Dallas.
Isaiah Joe had 15 points backed by a 4-of-8 fire from a 3-point range, with Maxey hitting a three of six. Jaden Springer, the 28th Philadelphia MVP, scored 11 points with Braxton Key.
Tyrrell Terry, picked late in the first round for Dallas final year, scored 22 points in his first game since an extended sabbatical during the junior season.
Listed Summer League Player of the Year Josh Greene did not play for Dallas following competing for bronze-medal-winning Australia at the Tokyo Olympics.
Rayjon Tucker had 12 against the Sixers, who had a 38 lead in the third quarter.
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Galen Suggs scored six out of 24 points in two minutes of overtime, and Orlando beat Golden State.
Suggs, no. 5 whole picks from Gonzaga, and he also has nine rebounds and three blocks. He blocked Moses Moody’s under-basket shot with 25 seconds remaining in the regulation, and Sagesse’s throw ended the other end with time running out.
Cole Anthony and Suggs combined to make four successive free throws in the final 15 seconds of overtime.
J-League’s 18-year-old Jonathan Kominga led the Warriors with 16 points, and Kyle Jay and Moody added 15 points each.
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Jordan Nora scored 30 points, eight rebounds and six assists, and Milwaukee led up to 18 points prior beating Los Angeles.
And Nora, who competed with Nigeria in the Olympics, made three three-pointers through 11-0 that put Milwaukee ahead 46-28 in the second quarter.
Los Angeles returned to third, and Daniel Otoro gave the Clippers a 76-75 lead – for the first time since 10-9 – with 2:18 remaining. Theo Benson made two free throws to donate Milwaukee a three-point lead with 18 seconds left, and Keon Johnson missed an begin pointer by three points.
Jay Scrubbers led the Clippers with 24 points and 10 rebounds. Oturu got 12 points and 10 plates.
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Trent Forrest, Paul White and Jarrell Brantley each scored 10 points, and Utah used 25-16 seconds to beat Phoenix.
Nathan Sestina made 3 throws on successive possessions, confined to a block from Jalen Smith, to extend Utah’s lead to 61-48.
Tae Chun Alexander Suns led with 16 points and Smith 12 points and 15 rebounds. Phoenix 19 of 79 (24.1%) was shooting from the ground.
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