Indiana basketball alums having mixed results in NBA Summer League

Indiana center Thomas Bryant (31) shoots over Fort Wayne forward DeAngelo Stewart (2) in the first half of a game during the 2016-17 season at the Coliseum in Fort Wayne. (By The Associated Press)

Indiana has six players competing in the 2018 NBA Summer League.

The Las Vegas portion of the competition concludes Tuesday evening with five games (three of which former Hoosiers will be playing).

Here is a rundown of how the Indiana players have fared this summer.

ROBERT JOHNSON

Atlanta Hawks, 6-4 guard, last played for Indiana in 2018

Game 1: DNP in 103-88 loss vs. Memphis

Game 2: Johnson played 14 minutes in a 103-81 loss vs. San Antonio. He hit 2 of 6 shots overall (0 for 1 from 3-point) and grabbed one rebound, made one steal and dished out an assist. He finished at 0 in plus-minus despite the Spurs’ rout.

Game 3: Johnson played 11 minutes in a 92-87 loss vs. Utah. He totaled three points on 1 of 4 shooting overall (0 for 1 from 3-point). Johnson hit his one free throw and grabbed two rebounds.

Game 4: DNP in 91-89 loss vs. New York.

Game 5: Johnson played 13 minutes in a 85-68 loss vs. Portland. He finished with seven points on 3 of 7 shooting (0 for 1 from 3-point) and grabbed three rebounds, had an assist and made one steal.

OB ANUNOBY

Toronto Raptors, 6-8 forward, last played for Indiana in 2017

Game 1: Anunoby played 27 minutes in a 90-77 loss vs. New Orleans. He scored nine points on 3 of 11 shooting (1 of 6 from 3-point). Anunoby hit 2 of 3 free throws and grabbed seven rebounds (three offensive). He also registered a steal and a block.

Game 2: Anunoby played 26 minutes in a 103-92 loss vs. Minnesota. He hit 5 of 15 shots (1 of 4 from 3-point) en route to 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds, passed for three assists had one block and one steal.

TROY WILLIAMS

New York Knicks, 6-7 forward, last played for Indiana in 2016

Game 1: Williams played 16 minutes in a 91-89 win vs. Atlanta. He scored 17 points on 7 of 12 shooting (1 of 3 from 3-point). Williams also grabbed two rebounds, dished out an assist and blocked one shot. He finished at 16 for the game in plus-minus.

Game 2: Williams played 18 minutes in a 90-85 loss vs. Utah. He totaled eight points on 4 of 9 shooting (0 for 2 from 3-point) and grabbed seven rebounds and made a steal. He led his team with a 6 in plus-minus.

JAMES BLACKMON JR.

Milwaukee Bucks, 6-4 guard, last played for Indiana in 2017

Game 1: Blackmon Jr. played 17 minutes in a 90-63 win vs. Detroit. He missed all six of his shots (three from 3-point) and finished with two points. Blackmon Jr. grabbed three rebounds and also passed for an assist.

Game 2: Blackmon Jr. played 16 minutes in an 81-78 loss vs. Dallas. He totaled seven points on 2 of 8 shooting (1 of 5 from 3-point). He grabbed one board, made one assist, had a couple of steals and blocked a shot.

THOMAS BRYANT

Washington Wizards, 6-10 forward, last played for Indiana in 2017

Game 1: Bryant played 27 minutes in a 72-59 loss vs. Cleveland. He scored seven points on 2 of 6 shooting (0 for 2 from 3-point). Bryant sank 3 of 4 free throws and grabbed four rebounds and made one steal.

Game 2: Bryant played 32 minutes in a 95-90 loss vs. San Antonio. He scored 20 points on 9 of 11 shooting (0 for 2 from 3-point) and grabbed seven rebounds, passed for four assists and made one steal.

CHRISTIAN WATFORD

Memphis Grizzlies, 6-9 forward, last played for Indiana in 2013

Game 1: DNP in 103-88 win vs. Atlanta

Game 2: DNP in 95-92 win vs. Utah

Game 3: DNP in 94-87 loss vs. San Antonio

Game 4: DNP in 73-70 win vs. Detroit

Game 5: Watford played eight minutes in an 86-56 loss vs. Orlando. He scored two points on 1 of 3 shooting (0 for 2 from 3-point) and grabbed three boards and passed for one assist. He was a 7 in plus-minus despite the Memphis rout.

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