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Nba Summer League: a few minutes for Spanish and Pajola

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Nba Summer League: a few minutes for Spanish and Pajola

For the blues match change with Minnesota and Dallas. The Boston rookie enchants with 28 points and 10 assists against Memphis

Matteo Spanish and Alessandro Pajola do not illuminate, both defeated and little used in this day of the Summer League. The protagonists of the night were the two guards from Brooklyn and Boston, Cam Thomas and JD Davison, with a profusion of triples and two performances of excellent technical depth and great charisma.

the blues

A few minutes and just two total baskets from the field. Matteo Spanish and Alessandro Pajola certainly did not leave their mark on this Summer League night in Las Vegas, both losing their respective games. Just 13 ‘on the parquet for the 2003 native of Brindisi, who closed with 2 points (1/3 shooting, 0/1 from three), 2 assists and 1 rebound in the defeat of his Timberwolves against the San Antonio Spurs, while the Virtus Bologna point guard, who started as a quintet for the Dallas Mavericks, scored 3 points (1/1 from three), 3 assists and 2 steals in 16 ‘in the game lost against Milwaukee. Statistics count for little, in the specific case of Pajola very little given his ability to affect the field far beyond the numbers, but even with this minute for both it was the umpteenth step forward in their technical maturation and their adaptation to the Nba world. An experience, that of the Summer League in Las Vegas, so far certainly highly formative for the two Azzurri, called up by coach Gianmarco Pozzecco for the training camp of the Pinzolo national team from 3 to 10 August in view of the next European Championships.

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the others

Two guards protagonists in the night of Las Vegas. Cam Thomas of the Brooklyn Nets, pounding with 26 points and 4/8 of three in the victory over Minnesota, and JD Davison of the Boston Celtics, author of 28 points (9/14 shooting, 4/6 three), 10 assists, 5 rebounds, 3 steals and a block in the win against the Memphis Grizzlies. The product from University of Alabama, Boston’s 53rd pick in the last draft, stole the show with a total performance and enormous awareness. Davison was ubiquitous in terms of personality and technical quality. Good performance also for the Houston Rockets long, 3rd overall choice, Jabari Smith Jr., albeit defeated against Portland: 19 points (7/13 shooting but 0/5 from three), 10 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 block in 28 ‘.


San Antonio-Atlanta 86-87 (Wesley 20, Etienne 21), Detroit-Cleveland 79-82 (Bernard 14, Young 15), Charlotte-Chicago 73-89 (McGowens 15, Terry 20), Boston-Memphis 108-91 (Davison 28, Williams 21), Orlando-New York 89-102 (Kuhse 25, McBride 23), Milwaukee-Dallas 100-89 (Wigginton 25, Wright 26), Houston-Portland 77-85 (Smith Jr. 19, Johnson 25), Minnesota-Brooklyn 83-102 (Moore Jr. 16, Thomas 26).

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