The No. 1 pick in the 2007 draft racked up 19 fouls in two games at the Las Vegas Summer League. That's the extent of his work there, as a tonsillectomy kept him from playing in Portland's other games.
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Like Oden, Durant struggled in his first exposure to NBA-caliber competition, shooting 9-for-36 from the field in Seattle's first two games. In the second game, an 87-74 loss to the Knicks, the No. 2 pick finished with one rebound and no assists in 34 minutes.
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The second-year guard scored 30 points in 36 minutes as the Magic beat the Nets 85-74 in the opener of the Pepsi Pro Summer League in Orlando.
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On the court in Las Vegas, Yi is playing for the Chinese national team instead of Milwaukee, which selected him No. 6 in last month's draft. Off the court, Yi has had his first contact with Bucks officials, who are hoping to persuade him to sign with the team.
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The Lakers' second-round pick has joined Yi in playing for the Chinese national team against NBA clubs. Sun, 22, a 6-foot-9 point guard, is hoping to play in the NBA next season.
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Aldridge, who showed promise during his injury-plagued rookie season, has been one of the more impressive players in Las Vegas. Oden called his frontcourt mate a "beast."
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Rondo, a rookie last year, is using his time in Vegas to show the Celtics that he can handle the starting point guard job next season.
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The energetic, second-year forward, who shut down Kevin Durant during a Las Vegas game, had such a strong rookie season that the Knicks are said to be reluctant to even consider him in trade discussions.
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Another rookie off to a sluggish start, the former Ohio State guard made 5-of-22 shots in his first two games in Orlando.
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Petro, the 25th pick in the 2005 draft, is one of several young big men who will compete for playing time with the rebuilding Sonics.
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