Day two’s action was a little bit dry compared to day one in terms of WCC players, but there were still of handful of WCC teams that were represented in Las Vegas today by their alumni. Here are how your favorite WCC’ers did in the second day of Las Vegas Summer League action.
Jackson is on the Wizards summer league roster, but he failed to accumulate any minutes for Washington in their game against the Golden State Warriors.
Maybe the most intriguing of all the WCC’ers in the summer league, Luke Sikma played in about 12 minutes of action, and played moderately well for the T-Wolves in their 81 to 83 loss to the D-league select. Sikma scored 4 points and grabbed 7 boards in the game for Minnesota.
Klay’s little brother was not able to get into the game for the Minnesota T-Wolves, much like fellow former Pepperdine guard Lorne Jackson.
After playing with the Indiana Pacers summer league team in Orlando, Downs finds himself with the Toronto Raptors summer league team in the Las Vegas summer league. Downs had 6 points on 2 of 9 shooting and 2 assists in 20 minutes of action. Downs is still trying to prove to NBA coaches that he has the talent to play in this league. This was not quite the performance to prove that.