With seven games of action, take a look at some of the top performers, best highlights and scores from each contest.
Breakout Performers - Day 4
Cam Thomas, Brooklyn Nets: 22 PTS, 4 ASTS
Max Strus, Miami Heat: 32 PTS, 9 REBS, 1 AST, 1 STL
DeJon Jarreau, Miami Heat: 14 PTS, 10 ASTS, 7 REBS, 2 STLS
John Konchar, Memphis Grizzlies: 12 PTS, 11 REBS, 6 ASTS, 2 BLKS
Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers: 14 PTS, 7 REBS, 6 ASTS
Jalen Suggs, Orlando Magic: 16 PTS, 8 REBS, 5 ASTS
Naji Marshall, New Orleans Pelicans: 18 PTS, 11 REBS, 4 ASTS
Dalano Banton, Toronto Raptors: 10 PTS, 12 REBS, 3 ASTS, 3 STLS, 2 BLKS
Jonathan Kuminga, Golden State Warriors: 18 PTS, 4 REBS, 2 STLS
Gary Payton II, Golden State Warriors: 13 PTS, 5 REBS, 5 ASTS, 2 STLS
Immanuel Quickley, New York Knicks: 25 PTS, 7 ASTS
Top Storylines & Highlights
Sudden-deaths in 2OT
Day 4 of the Las Vegas Summer League showcased not one but two sudden-death double-overtime games. In this new format, as the name suggests, the first team to score in double overtime via a field goal or a free-throw, after a two-minute first overtime period and the 40 minutes of regulation, wins.
In the first double-overtime encounter, between the Miami Heat and Memphis Grizzlies, Max Strus was the clear standout. The 25-year-old is a two-year NBA veteran who played 39 games for the Heat last season.
In this contest, he finished with a game-high tally 32 points including the sudden-death game-winning three.
From inside the arena... Max Strus fires for the @MiamiHEAT sudden death double OT win! #NBASummer pic.twitter.com/PJUnwEqtPs- NBA (@NBA) August 11, 2021
The second time a sudden death was required is when the Utah Jazz and the Dallas Mavericks went head-to-head.
A competitive game, that saw no team running away with it, the Jazz came out victorious. While Trent Forrest came up clutch and nailed the game-winning free-throw in double-overtime, after both teams went scoreless in the first extra session, Utah needed Elijah Hughes' clutch triple in the final seconds of regulation to force overtime.
Elijah Hughes sends it to OT! pic.twitter.com/Ukk1sgZ2mG- NBA Summer League (@NBASummerLeague) August 12, 2021
The game winning free throw. pic.twitter.com/hMMWtJSx8d- NBA Summer League (@NBASummerLeague) August 12, 2021
After Day 3 gave us the top two picks of the 2021 NBA Draft in Cade Cunningham and Jalen Green facing-off, Day 4 gave ups two of the top 5 picks in Evan Mobley and Jalen Suggs going head-to-head.
Both top picks put on a show with all-round performances that saw the Cavaliers eventually winning 94-84.
Top 5 picks Evan Mobley (14 PTS, 7 REB, 6 AST) and Jalen Suggs (16 PTS, 8 REB, 5 AST) face off for the first time as the @cavs win in Las Vegas! #NBASummer pic.twitter.com/uQ81H9WAcN- NBA (@NBA) August 12, 2021
Quickley, Toppin continue to impress
The Knicks remained unbeaten and improved to 2-0 with a 91-82 victory over the Lakers, which saw all of their top young prospects put on a show for a second straight game.
Immanuel Quickley finished with game-high tallies of 25 points and seven assists, Obi Toppin finished with a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds while off the bench, Miles McBride - the 36th overall pick by the Oklahoma City Thunder and then traded to the Knicks - went a perfect 6-of-6 from beyond the arc en route to finishing with 22 points.
The @nyknicks young guards fuel their W vs. LAL! #NBASummer- NBA (@NBA) August 12, 2021
Immanuel Quickley: 25 PTS, 7 AST
Miles McBride: 22 PTS, 6 3PM pic.twitter.com/Yz0DfbBDve
Day 4 of the Summer League continued to provide high-octane action with game-winners and buzzer-beaters, however, Thursday's (ET) action provided some of the best dunks of the Summer League.
Gary Payton II, Jalen Suggs and Isaac Okoro all threw down monster jams on Wednesday in Las Vegas!- NBA (@NBA) August 12, 2021
Which was your favorite? #NBASummer pic.twitter.com/VrpipffG6s
The lefty dunk from Gary Payton II even got a reaction out of one of the best players in the world.
Gary Payton II that's was NASTY!! 😤😤😤😤😤- LeBron James (@KingJames) August 12, 2021
Brooklyn Nets 97, Milwaukee Bucks 91
Miami Heat 97, Memphis Grizzlies 94 [2OT]
Cleveland Cavaliers 94, Orlando Magic 84
New Orleans Pelicans 80, Oklahoma City Thunder 65
Golden State Warriors 90, Toronto Raptors 84
Utah Jazz 81, Dallas Mavericks 80 [2OT]
New York Knicks 91, Los Angeles Lakers 82
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