Peace, Love and Thunderstanding: Summer League Recap

Right after the tipoff of the Thunder’s Summer League opener, Josh Giddey, the team’s top draft pick, set up the offense from the top of the key. He was being guarded by first overall pick Cade Cunningham of the Detroit Pistons. After a few dribbles, the Thunder’s top Jersecond round pick—Jeremiah Robinson-Earl—set a screen on Cunningham as Giddey moved quickly to his right and then into the empty lane area.


Giddey quickly flushed a dunk as a Piston defender rotated too slow to stop him. Oklahoma City was out to a quick 2-0 lead and the Australian point forward appeared to be the steal of the draft.


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