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NBA Summer League roundup: Brayon Blake helps Cavaliers advance in NBA Summer League

Former Idaho forward Brayon Blake scored five points in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ NBA Summer League victory over Sacramento on Wednesday in Las Vegas. (File / SR)
Former Idaho forward Brayon Blake scored five points in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ NBA Summer League victory over Sacramento on Wednesday in Las Vegas. (File / SR)

LAS VEGAS – Brayon Blake scored five points in 11 minutes off the bench to help the Cleveland Cavaliers top the Sacramento Kings 96-84 and advance in the NBA Summer League tournament on Wednesday at Cox Pavilion.

Blake, who was a two-year standout at Idaho, finished 2 for 4 from the floor, including making a 3-pointer.

Former Washington State guard Ike Iroegbu pulled down one rebounds in eight minutes for the Kings in the loss.

First-round pick Collin Sexton had 25 points and seven assists to help Cleveland. Sexton, who played one year at Alabama, made 9 of 15 field goals and 7 of 9 free throws. Jamel Artis scored 14 points and Okaro White added 13 for Cleveland.

Here’s a look at how other local players fared:

Los Angeles Clippers 89,

Washington Wizards 74

Jordan Mathews (GU/Clippers): Did not play

Houston Rockets 109,

Brooklyn Nets 102

James Webb III (NIC/Nets): 14 minutes, 8 points (3 for 7 FG), 5 rebounds.

Chicago Bulls 93,

Dallas Mavericks 85

Jacob Wiley (EWU/Mavericks): 13 minutes, 4 rebounds, 3 points, 1 assist, 1 steal.

Toronto Raptors 85,

Denver Nuggets 77

Victor Sanders (Idaho/Nuggets): Did not play


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