After some fascinating 10 days of basketball, the Summer League has come to an end. The Sacramento Kings completed their unbeaten run by defeating the Boston Celtics in the finals.
But during the build-up to the final battle, NBA rookies and some role players really made some impressive plays, and it's time to relive them!
Watching the No. 1 pick battle with the No. 2 was already exciting enough. And although Jalen Green's Houston Rockets triumphed over the Detroit Pistons, Cade asserted his dominance over Jalen with this step-back three.
Romeo Langford made his presence felt while playing against the Denver Nuggets. He gets the pass power dribble and just throws down a one-handed slam on Davon Reed.
This behind-the-back pass by Orlando Magic's Hassani to Yante Maten surely got a lot of attention while playing the Rockets. Hassani is trying to make his way into the league and these incredible plays can help his case.
Pacers' Chris Duarte showed exactly why the Knicks were lusting after him. Apart from dropping big numbers on the scoreboard, he showed his jumping ability by blocking an Obi Toppin runner with both hands.
Miller made a plethora of aggressive and energetic plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves but this ferocious poster dunk against the San Antonio Spurs takes the cake.
In the Chicago Bulls' blowout win against the Charlotte Hornets, there was one highlight that stood out. This was Troy Baxter's vicious alley-oop dunk.
Cam Thomas finished as the top scorer amongst rookies in the Summer League. But he won hearts when he made a one-legged shot from the three to win in the second overtime against the Wizards.
The Hornets may have lost to the Blazers in this one but they were able to offer a more entertaining display in many ways. One of them being Kai Jones' monster dunk.
Jonathan Kuminga shined in the game against OKC and finished the night with 18 points. He was also seen showing up as he sliced through the lane and jumped to throw down this beautiful dunk.
The play took place when Greg found himself in a fast-break situation. So, he beat everyone down the court and then pulled off the rare, between the legs slam. This was probably the best dunk of the Summer League as he even drew praise from LeBron James.