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NBA Summer League roundup: Zach Collins helps Portland Trail Blazers open Las Vegas league with victory over Utah Jazz

UPDATED: Sat., July 7, 2018

Portland’s Zach Collins blocks a shot by Utah’s Thomas Wilder during the second half of an NBA Summer League game on July 7 in Las Vegas. (John Locher / AP)
Portland’s Zach Collins blocks a shot by Utah’s Thomas Wilder during the second half of an NBA Summer League game on July 7 in Las Vegas. (John Locher / AP)
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LAS VEGAS – Zach Collins opened up his second NBA Summer League campaign with a seven-rebound, five-point performance as the Portland Trail Blazers topped the Utah Jazz 93-78 at Cox Pavilion on Saturday.

The forward, who spent one season at Gonzaga, earned the start and logged 28 minutes for Portland. He also added three blocks and two assists.

Wade Baldwin IV paced the Blazers with 20 points, while Grayson Allen, Georges Niang and Tony Bradley all scored 16 for Utah.

Indiana Pacers 86, San Antonio Spurs 76

Jeff Ledbetter (Idaho/Spurs): 12 minutes, 4 rebounds, 2 points (1 for 5 FG), 1 assist.

Oklahoma City Thunder 90, Brooklyn Nets 76

James Webb III (NIC/Nets): 20 minutes, 12 points (5 for 12 FG), 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 block.

Phoenix Suns 71, Sacramento Kings 63

Ike Iroegbu (WSU/Kings): 11 minutes, 1 point, 1 rebound, 1 steal, 1 block.

Chicago Bulls 86, Cleveland Cavaliers 81

Brayon Blake (Idaho/Cavaliers): 16 minutes, 6 points (3 for 7 FG), 5 rebounds, 2 steals.

Denver Nuggets 82, Boston Celtics 69

Victor Sanders (Idaho/Nuggets): Did not play.

Los Angeles Lakers 96, Philadelphia 76ers 79

Johnathan Williams (GU/Lakers): 16 minutes, 2 rebounds, 2 assists.

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