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The Final Day of Marquette at the 2014 NBA Summer League

Well, it was bound to end at some point.

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Sacramento 74, Washington 62 - A 39-10 run cutting across the first and second quarter left the Kings with a sizeable advantage and a 21 point lead at intermission.  A 19-5 Washington run made it a seven point ball game very early in the fourth quarter and threatened to add some drama to the proceedings, but the Kings wouldn't let the Wiz any closer and eventually rebuilt their comfortable lead.  Four Kings scored in double digits, led by 14 from our old friend Marshon Brooks.  Glen Rice had a game high 24 points on a woefully inefficient 8-23 shooting night, including 1-7 behind the arc.  Jamil Wilson came off the bench for 16 minutes, but contributed to the Wizards' shooting problems by launching and missing three tries behind the arc.  Wilson finished with two points, two rebounds, and four of Washington's 15 turnovers.

It wasn't the greatest conclusion to Summer League for Jamil, but there was this tweet from Mike Prada, SB Nation's NBA editor and founder of Bullets Forever:

So that's something.  I don't know if it turns into a training camp invitation from the Wizards or anyone else, but at least Jamil looked like he could hang at a slightly elevated level.

Final stats for Jamil:

Name Games PPG RPG APG SPG BPG Impact Est.
Jamil Wilson 6 6.8 3.5 0.8 0.2 0.3 +6.17

That wraps up our quickie recap posts for Summer League as we're now out of Marquette players to keep an eye on.  If you see info about players getting training camp invites as we get closer to the NBA season, be sure to tweet us @AnonymousEagle or drop us an email at anon.eagle@gmail.com!