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Archive - Jul 2009

July 16th

NBA Summer League: Day 7

Fri, 07/17/2009 - 3:00am
The top performers for Day 7 were: Anthony Morrow (47 pts), Jodie Meeks (29 pts), Chase Budinger (25 pts), Marcus Williams (22 pts), Marcus Thornton (21 pts), DeMar DeRozan (20 pts), George Hill (20 pts, 9 ast), DeJuan Blair (20 pts), Joey Dorsey (20 reb), Blake Griffin (18 pts, 15 reb)

Toronto (3-2) 84 Milwaukee (4-1) 83
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Fran Fraschilla Interview

Fri, 07/17/2009 - 12:53am

Akron (OH) - At the Lebron James Skills Academy we sat down with camp instructor Fran Fraschilla to discuss player development and coaching the top players in the country in this type of setting. After enjoying a successful college basketball coaching career he is currently an ESPN basketball analyst. Fran brings a unique perspective to player development covering European prospects for ESPN's NBA Draft coverage.

NBADraft.net: How is the camp going so far?

Jazz elect to keep Millsap

July 15th

NBA Summer League: Day 6

Wed, 07/15/2009 - 10:18pm
The top performers for Day 6 were: Jason Thompson (31 pts, 10 reb), Andray Blatche (27 pts, 15 ast), Austin Daye (27 pts, 13 reb), DaJuan Summers (26 pts, 8 reb), Dante Cunningham (22 pts), and Joe Alexander (18 pts)

Detroit (3-1) 96 New York (0-2) 73
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NBA Summer League: Day 5

Wed, 07/15/2009 - 10:26am
Day 5 standouts included Anthony Randolph (42 pts), Nick Young (36 pts), James Harden (23 pts), Darrell Arthur (22 pts), Eric Gordon (22 pts), DeAndre Jordan (21 pts, 12 reb), Andray Blatche (21 pts, 10 reb), James Johnson (22 pts, 8 reb), Tarence Kinsey (22 pts), James Augustine (21 pts), Coby Karl (19 pts), Ian Mahinmi (16 reb)

Memphis 90 New York 86

Larry Sanders Interview

Wed, 07/15/2009 - 8:54am
Akron, Ohio - Following the second college workout at day 2 of the LeBron James Skills Academy, we had a chance to sit down with VCU PF/C, Larry Sanders. After a short and unheralded high school career, Sanders has quickly gained recognition in college for his rebounding and shot-blocking ability. At 217 lbs, he's still filling out his 6'10" frame, but his 7'6" wingspan makes him a presence in the lane. Sanders looked impressive through the first two instructional sessions, showing good hands and quick feet for a post player.

July 14th