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7.15 Marquette At The NBA Summer League

More games, more quick recaps of what the former MU players were up to!

We expected to see three MU players in action yesterday, but Trent Lockett was the only one that actually played.
We expected to see three MU players in action yesterday, but Trent Lockett was the only one that actually played.
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Sacramento 89, D-League Select 75 - All five Kings starters scored in double digits as they rallied from a 15 point deficit to end up with the 14 point win.  Ben McLemore led the way with 18 points, while Eric Moreland had 11 rebounds coming off the bench.  Devin Ebanks led the losing effort from the D-Leaguers with 22 points and six rebounds.  Trent Lockett had a quiet game for him, scoring 10 points with two rebounds and an assist in 27 minutes.

Dallas 88, Toronto 57 - Uh, what? The Raptors never scored more than 18 points in a quarter, while the Mavericks scored at least 22 points in three of the four quarters and it was ugly early.  Not to demean the efforts of the rest of the guys for Toronto, but you have to wonder how much of the struggle has to do with Dwight Buycks getting a DND (Did Not Dress) Coach's Decision for this game.

San Antonio 88, New Orleans 86 - Darius Morris had 18 points to lead the Spurs and thezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.  *snort* Oh, what? Ok, I'm sorry, I fell asleep in the middle of that sentence because I didn't care about anything from this game after Vander Blue got a DNP-CD.

These posts are going to get real short real quick if Blue and Buycks are going to end up sitting out the rest of the Summer League, especially with the tournament format starting after today's games.

Today's Schedule (all times Central):

3:30pm: Chicago vs Minnesota (tape delayed to 3am)
5:30pm: Washington vs Miami (tape delayed to 8am)