Here we go again. Vegas Summer League time and it's time to see what the young guys can do against other teams' youngsters. This game wasn't televised, and from the boxscore it looked ugly so it probably was best that it wasn't on tv.
It's going to be a long game isn't it?
Ike and Monta both did not play so the Warriors were missing 2 of their best summer league players. Monta, by the way, had an MRI and it showed no structural damage. They say he'll be ready for training camp in October. As far as the game, it was POB's first game as a W. He finished with 4 points, 3 boards, and 5 fouls in 24 minutes. Looks like he's learning a lot already from Biedrins. Speaking of Biedrins, he was up to his usual self fouling 5 times in 22 minutes, but he scored 9 points and pulled down 3 rebounds. Other than that, Ryan Humphrey was the only Warrior to score in double digits.
As far as the Blazers, their young talent came through each scoring 13 or more points. Last year's rookies, Martell Webster (13 points) and Travis Outlaw (15 points) played well. This year's rookies, Brandon Roy (13 points) and LaMarcus Aldridge (14 points) also had nice debuts. The highlight of the boxscore was Aldridge's 7 fouls. Yes, 7 fouls. You can't foul out in these games.
Warrior Wonder: Nobody. Highest assist man had 2 assists. Highest rebound man was 4. Highest point scorer was 10. Whooop de do. Maybe next game somebody will shine.