NBA Summer League ends amazingly for the Toronto Raptors in Canada on Tuesday in Las Vegas. The top-notch 86-72 victory over the Brooklyn Nets with a deficit of key players was impressive on Toronto’s part and worth appreciation. It is a big day for Eric Khoury, the assistant coach for both the Raptors and Raptors 905 and team’s director of analytics living his first major success on the coaching chair on Tuesday.
Toronto was in deficit with Scottie Barnes, new center Precious Achiuwa and sophomore point guard Malachi Flynn and forward Yuta Watanabe staying out all of the Summer League due to the Tokyo Olympics while Second-round pick David Johnson and Ashton Hagans fell short to injuries. Flynn averaged 21 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists, and 1.9 steals per game in four appearances, Barnes was exceptional with 20.4 points, 8.9 rebounds, and 4.3 assists in Vegas. Achiuwa also stole the show with a 23 points average in three games and Banton was intrigued with nine points and rebounds on Tuesday.