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2015 Summer League Gamethread: Phoenix Suns vs. Houston Rockets

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After a Summer League opening win over Washington, Phoenix gets a crack at Houston.

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Your Suns are 1-0 in Summer League play. Clearly this season the Western Conference championship goes through Phoenix.

Until we get that far though, the Summer League Rockets are up next. Houston scored a 111-104 Friday night victory over the D-League Select team. Alan Williams led the Rockets in scoring and rebounding with 27 and 10, and Glen Rice chipped in 20 in the win. A look at the Summer Rockets:

  • #46 JJ Avila
  • #15 Clint Capela
  • #29 Aubrey Coleman
  • #14 Will Cummings
  • #7 Sam Dekker
  • #35 Montrezl Harrell
  • #28 Pierria Henry
  • #26 Jaron Johnson
  • #3 Nick Johnson
  • #50 DJ Kennedy
  • #18 Denzel Livington
  • #19 Glen Rice
  • #38 Chris Walker
  • #51 Alan Williams
  • #36 Christian Wood

Phoenix enters Sunday's game 1-0 as well, courtesy of an 86-77 win over the Washington Wizards. Archie Goodwin had 22. T.J. Warren had 20. Alex Len had 4 fouls in 3 minutes. It was madness. The good guys:

  • #1 Devin Booker
  • #10 Alec Brown
  • #4 Justin Carter
  • #20 Archie Goodwin
  • #81 Luke Harangody
  • #32 Justin Harper
  • #55 Josh Harrellson
  • #16 Mike James
  • #21 Alex Len
  • #31 Mickey McConnell
  • #8 Jerel McNeal
  • #12 T.J. Warren

For a fiver you can stream the game with NBA Summer League Live. Tip off from the Thomas and Mack Center is at 1pm ET.

UPDATE: Click on the above for access to all games, but East Bay Ray informed me today's Suns game can be seen on NBATV.