Brandon Paul to join Ben Simmons, Sixers for Las Vegas Summer League

NBA Summer League D’Angelo Russell Game Winning Three Superstar in the Making

NBA Summer League D’Angelo Russell Game Winning Three Superstar in the Making

An arrest was made Friday in the hit-and-run incident that took the life of Zachary Simmons, the cousin of NBA Draft number one overall selection Ben Simmons of Australia.

Simmons, the No. 1 pick in this year's draft, went up against Brandon Ingram, who was selected No. 2, and stole the show with his dimes. Opponents aren't normally as hack-prone as they are in Summer League, where each player is given 10 fouls to work with each game. He committed a game-high seven turnovers, one more than Lakers' second-year point guard D'Angelo Russell. He shot 3-for-12 from the field with three turnovers and looked lost on defense.

Philadelphia 76ers forward Ben Simmons (25) drives around Utah Jazz forward Joel Bolomboy during the first half of an NBA summer;eague basketball game Thursday, July 7, 2016, in Salt Lake City. If Paul is able to emerge as the team's second-best player behind Simmons, he could seriously get looked at as a complementary bench scorer. "Obviously I've got to do much better than tonight, but we have a few more games to go so I'm looking forward to learning from my mistakes".

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While we can see Bouchard getting the better of the baseline exchanges to take a set, it's hard to see it lasting the whole match. She will next face Elena Vesnina of Russian Federation on Tuesday. "It's no problem to postpone a wedding one week".

As you might expect for a 19-year-old, there are still facets of Simmons' game that need to be ironed out. But the game between the No. 1 overall pick and the No. 2 overall pick always has an extra level of buzz. He's long, he gets his hands on the ball and gets a lot of deflections. "I came out last night (to the Lakers' game) so I knew they were going to go insane every lay-up".

For all the numbers he posts on the scoreboard and off assists, Pierce wants Simmons to develop into a "complete player". But if they start Simmons at the point immediately, then he'll be ready to run it effectively once Philadelphia is making deep playoff runs.