Game Recap: Los Angeles Lakers 69, Chicago Bulls 60

Josh Hart scored 19 points to Rick Porcello Jersey lead the Los Angeles Lakers to a 69-60 victory against the Chicago Bulls in the Las Vegas Summer League at Thomas and Mack Center on Sunday.
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Hart was 5-of-15 from the field, but he sank Phil McConkey Womens Jersey 4-of-7 long-range attempts. He also added six rebounds, three assists and a steal in his second game in Vegas. Hart was expected to play one game each in the California Classic Summer League in Sacramento and in Las Vegas. He ended up playing two games in Sacramento earlier this week, as well.

Mitchell and Allen were rivals at one time during their college days, but now Allen is embracing Mitchell as a mentor and role model for his own NBA journey.

One of the big things I’m looking forward to in development is I have Donovan to go up against every day in practice, Allen said. He’s a guy who had an incredible rookie year. If I can just measure up against him each day in practice, and go against him, that’s great for me.

Allen will make his NBA debut Monday, the opening day of the Utah Jazz Summer League.

A competitive first half culminated in a slim 42-39 halftime lead for the Kings (1-2). However, Sacramento came out of the halftime locker room dominating on both ends of the floor, which allowed them to stretch their lead to 18 points entering the final period. The Grizzlies (1-2) were able to put together their best offensive quarter in the fourth by scoring 29 points, but they’d only made a five-point dent in their deficit by game’s end.

The contest featured 11 ties and eight lead changes, but the Grizzlies’ last advantage came in the latter stages of the second quarter. As the final score implied, the Kings held the advantage in multiple categories across the stat sheet, with their 53.7 percent shooting mark – which included a 40.0 percent success rate from distance — particularly standing out.

Justin Jackson extended his strong summer by leading the Kings with 20 points and two rebounds. Matt Jones followed with a bench-leading 15 points and added one steal. Harry Giles and Anthony Brown generated matching 11-point efforts, with the former adding 12 rebounds and the latter delivering five boards, four assists and one steal. Frank Mason turned in a 10-point, 13-assist double-double that also included a block.