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Area NBA Summer League roundup

Area NBA Summer League roundup

Three games were played Sunday in the NBA Pro Summer League, with several former Mad Ants and players with local or state ties involved.

Jamaal Franklin: The former Mad Ants guard had eight points, five rebounds, four assists and a blocked shot in 28 minutes for the Memphis Grizzlies in their 85-82 loss to Detroit.

Tim Olbrecht: The Mad Ants center recorded four points, a rebound and a blocked shot in 19 minutes for the Pistons.

Peyton Siva: The one-time Mad Ants guard played 28 minutes and had 12 points, five rebounds, seven assists and two steals for the Pistons.

Tony Mitchell: The Mad Ants forward had five points, three rebounds, an assist, a steal and a blocked shot in 21 minutes for the Pistons.

Christian Watford: The former Indiana University player did not play for the Pistons (coach’s decision).

Trey McKinney-Jones: The Mad Ants guard did not play for the Heat (coach’s decision) in a 110-91 win over Brooklyn.

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