The NBA Summer League wrapped up this week, with four former Deacons taking part. Here’s a look at how all of them did.
John Collins, Atlanta Hawks
Collins only played in two games in each of the summer leagues the Hawks were in. He was likely involved in summer league to work on his three point shot and get some experience with point guard Trae Young. If Collins can expand his range to where he can consistently hit a three, he will be a centerpiece in the Hawks’ rebuild and could become an All-Star.
Minutes: 28.3 (102 total)
Points: 24.0, 2nd in Summer League (76 total)
Rebounds: 8.5 (30 total)
Blocks: 1.0 (4 total)
Steals: 1.0 (4 total)
Field Goal Percentage: 49.2% (31-63)
3 Point Percentage: 37.5% (6-16)
Offensive Rating: 99.4
Defensive Rating: 105.1
Player Efficiency Rating: 22.85
Codi Miller-McIntyre, Toronto Raptors
Miller-McIntyre was invited to the Raptors’ squad after having a couple of outstanding seasons overseas. Codi started at point guard in four of six summer league appearances. After a solid summer league performance as the squad’s top point guard, expect him to be in consideration for a training camp invite and two-way contract.
Minutes: 22.1 (132.5 total)
Points: 5.5 (33 total)
Rebounds: 4.5 (24 total)
Assists: 6.0, 8th in summer league (36 total)
Steals: 1.83 (11 total)
Field Goal Percentage: 34.1% (14-41)
Three Point Percentage: 18.2% (2-11)
Offensive Rating: 85.9
Defensive Rating: 99.2
Player Efficiency Rating: 13.81
Bryant Crawford, Brooklyn Nets
Crawford didn't get much of an opportunity in summer league, and didn't take advantage of the little time he got. Expect him to head overseas to play next year.
Minutes: 8.1 (32.5 total)
Points: 1.3 (5 total)
Rebounds: 1.8 (7 total)
Assists: 0.8 (3 total)
Steals: 0.5 (2 total)
Field Goal Percentage: 16.7% (2-12)
Three Point Percentage: 16.7% (1-6)
Offensive Rating: 44.9
Defensive Rating: 105.7
Player Efficiency Rating: -2.63
Doral Moore, Washington Wizards
Moore barely played in summer league, and didn't really get a chance to prove himself. Look for him to play somewhere overseas next year.
Minutes: 4.2 (20.8 total)
Points: 0.8 (4 total)
Rebounds: 0.8 (4 total)
Blocks: 1.0 (5 total)
Field Goal Percentage: 100% (2-2)
Offensive Rating: 131.6
Defensive Rating: 94.1
Player Efficiency Rating: 17.50
We wish all of our former Deacs the best, wherever their respective careers lead them.