Selby stars Saturday at NBA summer league
Las Vegas ? Former Kansas basketball player Josh Selby scored a game-high 20 points on 7-for-11 shooting, leading the Memphis Grizzlies’ summer league team to a 93-77 victory over the New York Knicks on Saturday.
Selby was 5-for-7 from three-point range and added a steal and rebound to go with two turnovers in 25 minutes.
In his second summer league game, Thomas Robinson scored 14 points on 3-for-13 shooting with 12 rebounds in the Sacramento Kings’ 84-72 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.
Robinson made eight of 13 free throws with four assists, three turnovers and one steal in 28 minutes.
Teammate Darnell Jackson posted five points on 2-for-4 shooting with four rebounds, a block and a turnover in 14 minutes in the same contest.
Marcus Morris had an eventful game for Houston, as he received stitches above his right eye after taking a hard foul in the Rockets’ 76-70 loss to the Washington Wizards.
Morris, who didn’t return to the game after suffering the injury in the first half, finished with seven points (3-for-5 shooting), three rebounds, two assists and three turnovers in 16 minutes. He also picked up a technical foul after getting in a shoving match with the Wizards’ Chris Singleton.
Four former Jayhawks played in NBA summer league games Friday.
• Cole Aldrich scored four points on 0-for-2 shooting from the floor and 4-for-4 shooting from the free-throw line in Oklahoma City’s 89-75 victory over the Utah Jazz in Orlando. He added six rebounds, one assist and one block to go with one turnover in 16 minutes.
• In his first game in Las Vegas, Marcus Morris scored six points on 3-for-7 shooting in the Rockets’ 93-81 victory over the Toronto Raptors. Morris also had four rebounds and two assists to go with two turnovers.
• Robinson posted 19 points on 5-for-11 shooting with five rebounds and eight turnovers in Sacramento’s 121-87 loss to Charlotte. He also had two steals and five fouls.
• Jackson contributed four points (2-for-3 shooting) and three rebounds to go with one turnover in the Kings’ loss.
Tyshawn Taylor sat out Brooklyn’s 90-77 win Friday over Indiana in Orlando.