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2015 NBA Summer League: Summer Suns run away from Utah in 91-82 victory

Alex Len grabs 14 rebounds in return.

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On to the playoffs!

Your Summer Suns scored a 91-82 victory over the Utah Jazz on Tuesday evening in Las Vegas. Phoenix got 35 points from the bench and improved to 2-1 in Summer League play.

T.J. Warren again scored with impressive efficiency. Warren scored 16 points on 7 of 13 shooting from the field and did not commit a turnover. Because that's what T.J. Warren does.

Suns fans finally got a better look at the highly coveted shooting stroke that made Devin Booker the number 13 pick in the draft. Booker knocked down 7 of 18 shots including 2 of 5 from behind the arc for a game high 18 points.

Alex Len started after getting the day off on Sunday and did not disappoint. In just under 23 minutes, Len scored 8 points and ripped down a game high 14 rebounds.

The real star of this game however was the machine named Josh Harrellson.  He made the most of his 16 minutes, hitting 6 of 7 from the field, scoring 15 points and pulling down 9 rebounds. Harrellson also hit 3 of his 4 three point attempts.

Jared Cunningham, JaJuan Johnson, and Bryce Cotton each scored 13 points to lead Utah. First round draft pick Trey Lyles hit 3 of his 10 shots and missed all 5 tries from behind the arc in a 10 point effort. Utah fell to 1-2 in Summer League play.

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