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2014 NBA Summer League: Big Ten Results By School

How did each Big Ten program perform in the 2014 NBA Summer League?

Andy Lyons

The Big Ten was well represented in the 2014 NBA Summer League and now that play has wrapped up, it's a good time to take a look back at what happened and how each school performed.  As discussed earlier this summer, the Summer League is a pretty big indicator of how much talent a program is pushing into the NBA and where the program looks to be in pro performance going forward.  Essentially, the most players you have there and the more you have doing well, the better things look going forward.

Here is how each Big Ten school performed in the 2014 NBA Summer League.

2014 Summer League Results By School

Illinois
  • Players - 3
  • Games Played - 7
  • Games Started - 7
  • Minutes - 170
  • Points - 57
  • Rebounds - 31
  • Assists - 6
  • Blocks - 4
  • Steals - 4
Indiana
  • Players - 5
  • Games Played - 20
  • Games Started - 13
  • Minutes - 419
  • Points - 180
  • Rebounds - 143
  • Assists - 14
  • Blocks - 14
  • Steals - 8
Iowa
  • Players - 1
  • Games Played - 5
  • Games Started - 1
  • Minutes - 104
  • Points - 72
  • Rebounds - 29
  • Assists - 6
  • Blocks - 0
  • Steals - 6
Maryland
  • Players - 1
  • Games Played - 1
  • Games Started - 1
  • Minutes - 25
  • Points - 6
  • Rebounds - 6
  • Assists - 0
  • Blocks - 2
  • Steals - 1
Michigan
  • Players - 7
  • Games Played - 35
  • Games Started - 26
  • Minutes - 866
  • Points - 414
  • Rebounds - 112
  • Assists - 61
  • Blocks - 12
  • Steals - 22
Michigan State
  • Players - 5
  • Games Played - 22
  • Games Started - 15
  • Minutes - 487
  • Points - 243
  • Rebounds - 107
  • Assists - 27
  • Blocks - 6
  • Steals - 25
Minnesota
  • Players - 1
  • Games Played - 5
  • Games Started - 2
  • Minutes - 85
  • Points - 21
  • Rebounds - 21
  • Assists - 3
  • Blocks - 4
  • Steals - 2
Nebraska
  • No players in the 2014 NBA Summer League.
Northwestern
  • Players - 2
  • Games Played - 10
  • Games Started - 0
  • Minutes - 162
  • Points - 59
  • Rebounds - 17
  • Assists - 4
  • Blocks - 3
  • Steals - 8
Ohio State
  • Players - 4
  • Games Played - 27
  • Games Started - 2
  • Minutes - 510
  • Points - 151
  • Rebounds - 59
  • Assists - 34
  • Blocks - 1
  • Steals - 28
Penn State
  • Players - 1
  • Games Played - 5
  • Games Started - 4
  • Minutes - 89
  • Points - 17
  • Rebounds - 20
  • Assists - 10
  • Blocks - 1
  • Steals - 6
Purdue
  • Players - 2
  • Games Played - 8
  • Games Started - 4
  • Minutes - 131
  • Points - 25
  • Rebounds - 20
  • Assists - 16
  • Blocks - 2
  • Steals - 8
Rutgers
  • No players in the 2014 NBA Summer League.
Wisconsin
  • Players - 2
  • Games Played - 8
  • Games Started - 0
  • Minutes - 77
  • Points - 10
  • Rebounds - 11
  • Assists - 6
  • Blocks - 0
  • Steals - 3

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Just to give a little more perspective on how things went down in the Las Vegas League and how the former Big Ten players performed, let's take a look at some of the statistical totals.  Sometimes, this gives a broader perspective of how things occurred.

2014 NBA Summer League B1G School Leaders

  • Players - Michigan - 7 players
  • Total Games - Michigan - 35 games
  • Games Started - Michigan - 26 games
  • Total Minutes - Michigan - 866 minutes
  • Total Points - Michigan - 414 points
  • Total Rebounds - Indiana - 143 rebounds
  • Total Assists - Michigan - 61 assists
  • Total Blocks - Indiana - 14 blocks
  • Total Steals - Ohio State - 28 steals
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Thomas Beindit is Manager & Editor-in-Chief of BTPowerhouse and Contributor at Wolverine247. You can follow @tbeindit on Twitter for Big Ten basketball updates.