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Area NBA Summer League roundup

Area NBA Summer League roundup

Eight games were played Monday in the NBA Pro Summer League in Las Vegas. Among performances by players with local ties were:

Deshaun Thomas: The former Bishop Luers star had five points, six rebounds an assist for the San Antonio Spurs in an 88-86 win over the New Orleans Pelicans.

Ron Howard: The Mad Ants guard had six points, five assists and two rebounds in the D-League Select’s 89-75 loss to the Sacramento Kings.

Tony Mitchell: The Mad Ants forward had 15 points, two rebounds and two assists in the D-League Select’s loss.

Cody Zeller: The former Indiana University forward had 18 points, four rebounds and an assist for the Charlotte Hornets in a 95-72 loss to the New York Knicks.

Noah Vonleh: The former Indiana University standout had 13 points, five rebounds and two assists in the Hornets’ loss.

Will Sheehey: The former Indiana University forward had six points and one rebound in the Knicks’ win.

Jack Cooley: The ex-Notre Dame standout had nine points, five rebounds and an assist for the Cleveland Cavaliers in a 86-77 win over the Philadelphia 76ers.

Frank Gaines: The former IPFW guard had three points and two steals for the Miami Heat in a 91-85 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.

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