We all know that Stanley Johnson had an impressive summer league, but for those of you who did not catch the Vegas Summer League action, you may not know exactly how good Johnson's summer league stacked up. Well, just so you know, it was the best.
According to Scott Howard-Cooper at NBA.com, Johnson is the No. 1 rookie heading into camp, with the caveat that you can fall off a ladder (via NBA.com):
Johnson locked up No. 1 without ever being threatened by the Las Vegas crowd. His underwhelming finale in Orlando of 10 points on three-of-10 shooting does not diminish the positives of a very good summer league. Johnson scored at least 13 points the first four games and was at 17.8 points and 7.5 rebounds while shooting 64.3 percent, including four of nine (44.4 percent) on threes, before the final day. He also had three steals in two of the outings and two in another.
Johnson is now working out (and dominating the Drew League) with Andre Drummond out in California. The future appears bright for the No. 8 overall pick in the 2015 NBA draft.
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