Summer League Highlights: T.J. Warren

NC State standout T.J. Warren was one of the most productive players in the NBA Summer League, and here are video highlights from three of his games.

NC State standout T.J. Warren has been one of the most productive players in the NBA Summer League. He started five games, but only finished four after leaving one matchup in the first quarter with an eye injury.

In those four games, he averaged 21.3 points on 54% shooting from the field.

Overall, Warren averaged 17.8 points and 4.8 rebounds while hitting 54.4% of his shots.

The first video below is Warren's Summer League opener against the Warriors, where he tallied 22 points and five rebounds.

The next collection of highlights is from Warren's 28-point, 11-rebound effort against Philadelphia.

The final video is Phoenix against Minnesota, where Warren totaled 26 points on 11-of-18 shooting from the field.

ESPN analyst David Thorpe raved about Warren after the Summer League concluded.

"Warren looked like a five-year veteran playing against kids," said Thorpe. "Warren also moved smartly without the ball in half-court sets, something he did well at North Carolina State, and that is a skill that fits right in with the Suns' scheme.

"Warren won't be the best overall NBA player from this class, but he might be the best pure scorer, and in my opinion he was the best overall rookie in Las Vegas."

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