NBA Summer League was underway with Day 2 of both the Salt Lake City Summer League and California Classic.
For a full roundup of NBA Summer League action, we have you covered below!
Salt Lake City Summer League
San Antonio Spurs 99, Memphis Grizzlies 84
The Spurs advanced to 2-0 thus far behind a monster game from rookie forward Keldon Johnson.
Johnson went off for the Spurs, scoring 29 points to go with seven rebounds in the win. The No. 29 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft was a player whom many believed would be picked closer to the lottery. Now, he's trying to prove why he should have been.
Keldon Johnson led the @spurs to a @SLCSummerLeague victory with 29 PTS & 7 REB! #NBASummer #NBARooks pic.twitter.com/NVu3tqKXSY- NBA (@NBA) July 3, 2019
The Kentucky-product was feeling it, including this shot from the parking lot to end the third quarter.
First Round @NBADraft pick Keldon Johnson from BEYOND HALFCOURT! #NBASummer- NBA (@NBA) July 3, 2019
📺: @SLCSummerLeague on @NBATV pic.twitter.com/2zg5zCiaZy
Other big performances came from Spurs' forwards Thomas Robinson (14p, 7r) and Jeff Ledbetter (15p, 5 3PM) while the Grizzlies' guard Dusty Hannahs went for 20 points.
Utah Jazz 86, Cleveland Cavaliers 71
The Jazz bounce back from a loss in their Summer League opener by way of a massive performance from centre Tony Bradley.
Bradley - the No. 28 pick of the 2017 NBA Draft - could not be stopped. He torched the Cavs for 26 points, notching a double-double with 16 rebounds.
The North Carolina-product did the majority of his damage in the first half, going for 17 points and seven boards. He's now earned double-doubles in each of his first two Summer League contests, scoring 14 points to go with 15 boards in the Jazz's opener.
26 PTS | 16 REB | 3 BLK#GLeagueAlum Tony Bradley (@ToBrad1) has posted DOMINANT back-to-back DOUBLE-DOUBLES for the @utahjazz at #NBASummer 👏@UNC_Basketball ↗️ @slcstars ➡️ @utahjazz pic.twitter.com/uAoDX7mozF- NBA G League (@nbagleague) July 3, 2019
After a big performance in his NBA debut, Cavaliers' first round pick Dylan Windler went for five points on 1-for-6 from the field, but had eight boards and five assists.
Los Angeles Lakers 100, Golden State Warriors 90
Fresh off of receiving a two-way contract offer from the Lakers, forward Zach Norvell Jr. had a solid game to pick up a win for the squad. The Gonzaga-product led the team with 20 points going 7-for-10 from the field and 3-for-5 from 3-point land.
20 PTS | 5 REB@ZachN_23 & the @Lakers win 100-90 to open up Day 2 of the California Classic! #NBASummer pic.twitter.com/mqHfbBwz4r- NBA (@NBA) July 3, 2019
The Lakers also got a big performance of the bench from Devontae Cacok, an undrafted rookie out of UNC Wilmington. Cacok had 16 points, 12 rebounds (5 offensive), five steals and two blocks.
Villanova standout and second round pick Eric Paschall kept the Warriors close with a team-high 18 points.
Miami Heat 89, Sacramento Kings 88
The Heat needed to use all their energy to complete the comeback win but they pulled it off.
Kendrick Nunn, the G League scorer and newly signed member of the Heat, did the majority of the damage to lead Miami to victory. Nunn went for a game-high 27 points to go with five rebounds, three assists and two steals.
What a finish in Sacramento!@MiamiHEAT finish on a 21 to 8 run to win 89-88. #NBASummer pic.twitter.com/YRkH8GM4K1- NBA (@NBA) July 3, 2019
His teammate Yante Maten chipped in 21 points, going 11-for-13 from the free throw line with nine rebounds to help out.
For the Kings, second round pick Kyle Guy was hot in the first half leading all scorers with 11 points on three 3-pointers. He finished the game with just 13 points while Hollis Thompson scored a team-high 18.