While most players at this week’s USA Basketball minicamp at UNLV’s Mendenhall Center are wearing traditional-looking sneakers, Anthony Davis has gone neon green.
Former UNLV basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian was wrapping up an 11-day stay in a San Diego-area hospital after suffering artery blockages and having a pacemaker installed.
Kevin Durant decided he wasn’t going to wait to declare himself as a willing participant for USA Basketball next summer. Ditto for Kevin Love.
Moments after the Golden State Warriors won the NBA Summer League championship Monday night, someone handed Klay Thompson a white “Victory in Vegas” T-shirt.
Stephen Zimmerman needed a good laugh, so a few months ago he went into his bedroom closet and grabbed his shoes.
Now that they have run the table again, in a different format with a playoff bracket and everything, it’s almost too easy to compare the NBA Summer League’s Golden State Warriors with author Roger Kahn’s “Boys of Summer.”
Did everyone in the NBA miss on Ian Clark? For one night, it appeared that all 29 teams whiffed on the undrafted 6-foot-3-inch guard from Belmont.
Among the 28 players at USA Basketball’s minicamp Monday at the Mendenhall Center, none drew a larger media crowd than DeMarcus Cousins.
The 28 invitees to USA Basketball’s Las Vegas minicamp can rest easy, knowing nobody is going to be cut this week. But they also know the window to make a positive impression is small.
The Suns’ summer roster is light on NBA experience, but Marcus Morris has two years in the league, and that makes him well-qualified to act as Phoenix’s floor leader.