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Las Vegas Summer League and their next game will be a playoffs game, to be determined. There was a few things to take away from the contest.
–Kyle Anderson Impact
Kyle Anderson wasn’t as efficient as the past few games, but he was still solid. He shot 5-14 from the field, going for 19 points. Two positives in the game for Anderson, was that he only had one turnover and went 9-12 from the free-throw line. Through five Las Vegas Summer League games, Anderson is averaging 17.4 points, 6.8 rebounds, and 2 steals.
–Jonathon Simmons and Jarrell Eddie Solid
Jonathon Simmons finished with 12 points on 4-9 from the field in 25 minutes. The only problem is that Simmons didn’t produce in other categories, like he has the past few games. Simmons only finished with 2 assists and zero rebounds.
Jarrell Eddie went for 16 points and 5 rebounds. He displayed a lot of confidence today, as he went 3-9 from three.
–Three-Point Shooting A Concern
The San Antonio Spurs went 4-22 from three-point range. The only player to appear to have any rhythm was Eddie, who went 3-9. On Sunday against Milwaukee, the Spurs were lights out from three, going 12-18, so all hope is not lost.
Below is a highlights video of the game uploaded by AllNBAHighlights: