The Detroit Pistons, behind a Bruce Brown double-double, take down the Anfernee Simons-led Portland Trail Blazers 93-73.
Bruce Brown Dominates at Point Guard
The Pistons wanted to see how Bruce Brown looked at point guard and early returns are encouraging. The second-year guard out of Miami controlled the game, scoring 17 points and dishing out 10 assists in the win. Brown also added an impressive three blocks and a steal to his stat sheet.
Anfernee Simons Inefficient in Loss
Blazers second-year guard Anfernee Simons led the team in scoring, with 15 points. The 2018 first-round pick was aggressive on offense, but couldn’t get his shot to fall consistently, going 5-14 from the floor, including 1-4 from deep. Simons is a young, talented player, and the Blazers don’t mind giving him the green light in the Summer League.
Other Notable Performances
G-League veteran Devin Robinson was active inside for the Blazers, putting up a 14-point and 11-rebound double-double.
Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk continued his steady play for the Pistons, contributing 18 points, including shooting 4/10 from three-point range.
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