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Here are the final statistics.

Name         Pts40  Reb40   Ast40  Tov40       FG/eFG/TS%
Hawes         20.0    6.5     1.2    4.3   .440/.440/.441
Jeter         18.0    5.7     5.1    3.6   .463/.463/.571
Williams      16.1   14.4     0.3    6.8   .511/.511/.522
Caner-Medley  16.2    9.7     1.7    3.4   .545/.606/.628
Garcia        24.5    3.6     4.2    6.6   .429/.500/.577
Shakur        10.4    3.8     8.2    3.3   .278/.292/.424
Smith         11.5    4.8     0.6    2.4   .400/.433/.539
Watkins       12.9   11.5     0.7    2.7   .538/.538/.576
Douby         17.9    5.5     4.1    4.1   .417/.458/.505

Disclaimers: Small sample sizes in all cases. Extremely small sample sizes for Darryl Watkins and Quincy Douby. Also, it's summer league. The level of competition isn't even quite NCAA ball, mostly because there is little rhyme or reason to things like "strategy" and "gameplanning."

Nonetheless, things that jump out:

  • Justin Williams, obviously, can rebound. I'll beat that drum til it breaks. You want to improve your rebounding? Play Justin Williams.
  • Nik Caner-Medley can shoot. He played in Germany last season, and it's clear he wants a shot in the League. I'd expect a training camp invite for him, based on his presence and large number of minutes in Vegas.
  • We could have a real battle in training camp between Mustafa Shakur and Pooh Jeter.