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2014 NBA Summer League: Day 3 Stats And Recap

The 2014 NBA Summer League is in full swing with a boatload of former Big Ten players in action.

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The Summer League is in full swing and there are a bunch of former Big Ten players in action.  Though this is not an NBA site, many of these former Big Ten players are fighting for a roster position in the Summer League.  Success in the pros is highly related to a program's success, which makes the Summer League highly relevant for many of the programs in the Big Ten.  Here are some of the highlights from Day 3.

We detailed the full Summer League rosters last week and now we are going to be following those players during their games this summer.  You can check out the highlights from Day One here and Day Two here.

2014 NBA Summer League Day Three Stats

Houston Rockets
  • Chris Kramer - Purdue
    • Game 2 - 17 mins, 4 pts, 2 rebs, 2 asts, 0 blks, 2 stls
Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Mitch McGary - Michigan
    • Game 3 - 31 mins, 18 pts, 13 rebs, 2 ast, 2 blk, 1 stl
Orlando Magic
  • Roy Devyn Marble - Iowa
    • Game 2 - 18 mins, 9 pts, 7 rebs, 1 asts, 0 blks, 1 stls
  • Victor Oladipo - Indiana
    • Game 2 - DNP



First, here is my intro I am putting in each of these posts:

"Please insert a "grain of salt" warning with everyone of my statements regarding the Summer League.  The competition is much different than your typical NBA regular or postseason game.  Frankly, you just aren't going to run into your LeBron or Durant type of players in the Summer League.  This means that there are some weaknesses in players that just don't get exposed in these type of scenarios.  Having said that, there were a few things worth noting in the first two days of Summer League action."

Mitch McGary once again came out with a big game and frankly, this one was even bigger than his first.  Nobody is completely sure what to expect out of the Michigan big man, but OKC fans have to be excited.  If things continue to progress this way, he just might be what OKC needs to bring that elusive title home.

Roy Devyn Marble also came out with a big game.  He was a late 2nd Round pick, but he has definitely been outplaying his Draft position so far.  If he continues to hit his stride, he could be in strong position to make an NBA roster at the end of the summer.

Neither of the other guys did a ton, especially with Oladipo sitting out, but both at least have one good performance under their belts.  They will have to put up some nice numbers in their next outing.