Jeremy Lamb Leading Rockets In Scoring In NBA Summer League

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Former UConn star Jeremy Lamb is off to a strong start in the Las Vegas edition of the NBA’s Summer League. In three games – two starts – Lamb leads the Houston Rockets’ entry with a 20.3 scoring average. He is also average a team-high 27.7 minutes per game.

In the opener against Toronto, Lamb came of the bench to score 16 points in a 93-81 win on July 13.   In Game 2 vs. Washington Lamb was 8-of-15 and scored a game-high 26 points in a 76-70 defeat on Saturday. On Monday he scored 19 in a 101-93 win over the Sacramento Kings.

Lamb was selected by the Rockets with the 12th pick of the first round in the 2012 NBA Draft. The Las Vegas Summer League runs through July 22.

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11 thoughts on “Jeremy Lamb Leading Rockets In Scoring In NBA Summer League

  1. buddy

    I don’t know why this is news. Jeremy Lamb let down UConn with his lackadaisical effort last year. He should no longer be considered a part of Husky nation. Same for Drummond. There must be other news to report.

    1. BuddyIsBlind

      What a shameful comment…
      Lamb averaged nearly 18 ppg, 5 rpb, 2 apg,
      shooting 48% from the field, 34% from 3
      All as a Sophomore. He was like the 43rd ranked SG
      coming out of High School & helped UConn to a
      National Championship.

      While Drummond may not have been great, he still was
      good averaging 10 ppg, 7.5 rbs, 2.7 bpg.

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  2. Kevin

    come on you clowns, let it go. The guys let us down, but no more then Calhoun may be letting us down too. The team didn’t gel, the players didn’t perform. No reason to condemn them from part of the family.

    Grow up

  3. Matt

    Always thought Lamb’s game was best suited for the pace of the NBA. I think he will be a very solid player for years to come.

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  4. Gary M

    Buddy you say that, but Jeremy Lamb was a key part in Uconns run to the national title two years ago. I dont think they would have won Championship without him. So Jeremy is definitely part of the Uconn Family, no matter how under achieving his sophmore year was. Not to mention he is very thankful for his time at Uconn!

  5. Mark

    Dude(s)< I wil always root for a UConn kid. Last seasonis over. gone. get over it. this year will be a big imprement over last year. there is talent and there will be effort. i can't wai

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