David Thorpe is back for Day 2 with insights from courtside at the Orlando Pro Summer League (which you can also follow on Twitter).
That's it for me tonight. Back tomorrow at 3pm.
Hibbert has some nice scoring moves around the rim and off the post.
Shaun Livingston sat out today. Not sure why yet.
Harden is crafty on defense too.
Don't ever think that playing well in summer league does not translate to the NBA. It does, but it still takes more work.
And he just made another 3.
Hansbrough does a great job of racing the floor.
Hibbert staying in the paint more today. That's a good thing.
And he just hit a 3!
Hansbrough will always be able to get buckets off garbage inside. That's a talent.
Westbrook is a killer off the dribble.
McRoberts looks stronger and is playing very hard.
Hansbrough and McRoberts playing together.
When I do my first rookie report, James Harden will be in the top 3. Book it.
Thunder vs. Pacers.
Goran Suton has not been able to recreate his March Madness magic.
CDR has developed some as an athlete. More explosive.
Holiday is not a finisher yet, but he will be. He's big and craftier than you'd think.
Gotta love pg's who turn down the open layup to get a teammate a dunk. Nice job Kevin Krueger!
Terrence Williams playing some pg. Smart move-he plays like a lead guard. Point forward is the appropriate term.
Williams will look much better when surrounded with guys like Lopez, Harris, and Lee.
But it's a bad plan.
Speights said yesterday that he wants to shoot every time he touches the ball. He's a man with a plan.
The Jazz vets are going to love playing with Maynor.
The Utah staff has done an excellent job with this team today, after getting destroyed yesterday.
T Williams is an intriguing guy. He's a passer and a slasher, not a scorer. But he has potential.
Holiday is finally attacking off the dribble and it's made a big difference.
Derek Brown should be a good pro. I'm not sure he will be. He has to get a lot better.
Kevin Krueger has been knocking on the NBA door for 2 years. He will again this year. Very heady and tough, and can shoot.
Josh Duncan, from Xavier, has been good for years. He's already signed for next year in Belgium (an improving league).
Terrence Williams looks better offensively today. Holiday does not, so far.
I think CDR can be a good bench scorer, but only if he learns to do it without so many dribbles.
Eric Maynor reminds me of Howard Eisley, with a better upside.
OKC vs. Nets/Philly.
Guys are bent over and in unathletic positions, and they lose their balance.
Too many coaches are teaching players to sweep the ball low when starting a drive. That's a mistake.
Maurice Ager has played solidly. Another example, though, of how draft night does not make a career.
Ryan Anderson is the best player on the floor in this game. Pruitt and Karl the next best.
Pruitt is better now at finishing at the rim.
Chris Lofton is here with Boston also. That gives them 2 cancer survivors. Good for them.
Once again, I'm impressed with Coach Ewing. Smart things are just spewing from his mouth.
Russell Robinson, playing pg for Orlando, has been the best of the non-drafted guys I've seen thus far. Runs the team like a true pro.
Someone needs to tell Courtney Fells that electing to take step back 22 footers is not how you make a team.
Gabe Pruitt just had a great driving dunk. Like yesterday, he shows flashes. Flashes only.
One thing evident from these games over the years-few guards know how to attack ballscreens.
Karl just made multiple plays to get Boston back in the game.
JR Giddens is a monster athlete who still does not have enough skill. I like him posting smaller guys though.
Michael Sweetney is out today, tweaked his hamstring. Being wildly out of shape can not have helped.
Robert Swift may have the most ironic name in the league.
Ryan Anderson hits back to back 3's. He'll play some this year I think.
Coby Karl is playing for the Celtics. He is, without doubt, an NBA player.