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Utah Jazz center Tony Bradley has wasted little time making an impact during Summer League, having taken his game up a notch during Tuesdays win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Bradley had a double-double in Mondays opener, but went for a robust 26 points and 16 rebounds Tuesday, finishing 9-for-13 from the field and 8-for-10 from the free-throw stripe. The big man added three blocks across his 27 minutes, making an emphatic statement that he should be in line for minutes behind Jazz starting center Rudy Gobert when the regular season opens in October.
Utah Jazz point guard Justin Wright-Foreman notched 20 points on 8-for-13 shooting during Tuesdays Summer League win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. Competition for the point guard slot on the Jazz roster has ramped up significantly with the addition of both Mike Conley and Emmanuel Mudiay, but Utah thought highly enough of Wright-Foreman to select him in the second round of last months NBA Draft. A collegiate standout at Hofstra, Wright-Foreman averaged 27.1 points per game during his senior year, and to open the summer, he has picked up offensively where he left off.
Utah Jazz center Tony Bradley delivered a dominating performance in Mondays Summer League opener against the Memphis Grizzlies, collecting 14 points to go along with 15 rebounds, eight of which came on the offensive glass. Bradley shot 6-for-12 from the field and 2-for-6 from the free-throw stripe, while adding a pair of blocks. A first-round pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, Bradley has appeared in 12 games combined over the past two years for Utah, looking to cement a role on the bench heading into the 19-20 campaign behind two-time reigning Defensive Player of the Year Rudy Gobert.
The Utah Jazz and free agent forward Jeff Green have agreed on a one-year deal for Green to join the Utah Jazz. Green's been a promising and at times inconsistent player for over a decade, but he's coming off a solid year in Washington in which he scored 12.3 points per game to go along with four rebounds and 1.4 made threes per game. Green is likely to come off the bench in Utah, though there have been some whispers that his defensively versatility could land him in the starting five. He doesn't possess a ton of upside, but Green's a solid piece who can provide fantasy owners with good value as a late round pick.
In a fairly surprising move, the Phoenix Suns have agreed to a deal with free agent point guard Ricky Rubio, at last ending Phoenixs search for a point guard to pair with Devin Booker. Rubios never been known as a shooter, but he is a gifted passer who can help set up second-year center Deandre Ayton to succeed. Rubio could see his assist numbers increase back to the levels they were at in Minnesota, where he often averaged eight or nine per game, but his lack of scoring upside and his long struggle with efficiency make him a risky fantasy option, especially on a team where there arent enough offensive weapons besides Booker and Ayton to help take defensive pressure off of Rubio. Consider this a lateral move from a fantasy perspective.