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7.21 NBA Summer League Roundup

We're only doing these to keep track of Marquette players, so another roundup tomorrow might be out of the question...

EXCITE-BUYCKS!
EXCITE-BUYCKS!
Gregory Shamus

Phoenix 103, Toronto 98 - It was a close result in the end, but with four and a half minutes remaining, it didn't look like it was going to be. Phoenix led 90-76 at that point, but Quincy Acy and our man Dwight Buycks combined for 18 points down the stretch to make it interesting and get the Raptors within three twice in the final minute. Both Acy and Buycks finished with a game high 28 points, with the former Golden Eagle chipping in four rebounds, four assists, and a steal as well. Paint Touches pointed out that Buycks' Marquette career high was 21, so this is quite the accomplishment for the Milwaukee native.

Golden State 83, LA Lakers 78 - What does it mean that the Warriors are on a 12 game Summer League winning streak? In any case, Golden State had to rally back from a 12 point deficit in order to continue their winning streak and advance to the Summer League semifinals. Kent Bazemore had a game high 26 points and Draymond Green had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds to get the Warriors the win. Lester Hudson had 18 to lead the Lakers in scoring, and Lazar Hayward had a nice outing to wrap up his summer league time, scoring seven points and grabbing five rebounds in 18 minutes of action.