2010 NBA Summer League: Meaningful Players For the Cleveland Cavaliers

July 18th, 2010 by Jesse Dorsey Leave a reply »
Yes, the title is redundant, and for the first time in the history of the NBA Summer League the words "meaningful" and "Summer League" have been mentioned in the same sentence.

However, I think there are some very important things that can be gleaned from the five game stretch played in Vegas.

So, without further ado, here is a random number of things that have stood out in the bright lights of Las Vegas.


JJ Hickson Fits the System

Byron Scott made it evident from day one that he has an offense that doesn't filter through one player.

He has voiced that his team is going to run, and then run while their running, and when they're done with that, they're going to run some more.

His desire for constant motion, along with back-door cuts and teamwork above all else is a perfect offense for JJ.

JJ has slick off-the-ball movement which we have seen in the past few years. Plus he has the endurance to outrun many defenders in the league.

JJ is a hard worker and seemingly will do anything to improve his game, just the type of player Scott has a knack for coaching. 

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