The Standouts

Lonnie Walker – 20 points, 7 boards, 8-12 from the field

-Looked quick in making decisions with the ball which was a great sign, Lonnie has been erratic in the past, at times he can become out of control with the ball in his hands

-Showed great lateral movement on defense

-Jump shot looked improved as well as getting others involved on offense

Tyler Herro – 18 points, 4 assists, +31 on the court

-The shooting looked great, Herro looks like an instant impact shooter in the NBA the second he steps on the court

-Showed zero difficulty finding his shot and creating for himself beyond the arc

-Needs a lot of work defensively

Dylan Windler

-The shot looked as advertised, no surprise there, Windler showed off his great instincts on offense

-Flashed Steph Curry like range in one step back shot

-Showed many of the weaknesses that need to be addressed- strength

Other Notables

Luka Samanic finished with 11 points in 22 minutes on 4-7 from the field, biggest standout were the turnovers, Luka had 4 turnovers yesterday but had 7 boards and 2 blocks, Samanic struggled finishing around the rim but boxed out well and showed off his quick feet on defense, Luka is a raw prospect but the talent is certainly there

Zach Norvell Jr made his Lakers debut, finishing with 11 points in 28 minutes, however he shot 2-8 from the field, Norvell signed a 2 way contract with the Lakers

Darius Garland and Kevin Porter Jr will NOT play with the Cavs, but they are present in order to participate in team-related activities

-Unfortunately Talen Horton-Tucker has a stress reaction and will not play in the California Classic

-Tough game for Keldon Johnson, who finished with 4 points in 19 minutes, however defensively he showed a lot of hustle and was able to stay in front of his man

Marques Bolden showed something, finishing with 10 points and 8 boards in 21 minutes, Bolden showed great touch around the rim and a knack for being around the ball, he also had 3 steals and 2 blocks in his first ever Summer League game

Yuta Wantanabe was a standout for Memphis, finishing with 20 points and 9 boards in 26 minutes, the 24-year-old Japanese lefty is just the second Japanese-born player in NBA history to play regular season

Jarrell Brantley impressed for Utah, while he only finished with 11 points he had several flashes of brilliance on both ends, Brantley is an NBA project that you should definitely keep an eye on

Willie Reed impressed for the Utah Jazz on Monday night, finishing with 12 points, 5 boards and 2 blocks in just 15 minutes

-Warriors Damian Jones continues to look great on paper but lacks NBA skill, he finished with 14 points in 22 minutes, but had 3 turnovers and was in foul trouble