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Joe Young vs Dylan Ennis in Orlando before heading west

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Six former Oregon basketball players will be showcasing their talent at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas this week. Jordan Bell, Chris Boucher, Dillon Brooks, Elgin Cook and Tyler Dorsey are making their way to Nevada as we speak.

Dylan Ennis had another solid outing for the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday afternoon from the Amway Center. OKC fell to the Dallas Mavericks, 96-75. The Duck alum concluded with nine points, five boards, an assist and a stolen pass.

After starting the summer season 2-0, OKC lost two straight games in the Orlando Pro Summer League. As the Thunder fade, Ennis and his minutes are rising. The Canadian followed his 31-minute performance with 27:57 minutes of action on Wednesday.

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Elgin Cook play limited time with the NBA World Champion Golden State Warriors last season. After playing for their G-League affiliate in Santa Cruz, Cook will rejoin college teammates Jordan Bell, Chris Boucher and Dylan Ennis this summer in Las Vegas.
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Ennis finished 2-for-8 from the floor, including 2-for-6 from downtown a day after shooting 80 percent from behind the arc.

Joe Young and his Indiana Pacers will match-up against Ennis and the Thunder in the Orlando finale on Thursday. Tip is set for 9:00 a.m. PT from Orlando.

Following the game, Ennis will head to the Las Vegas Summer League where he will join the Golden State Warriors until July 17. Not to mention, he will be playing alongside former Ducks Jordan Bell, Elgin Cook and Chris Boucher (injured).

Bell just departed for Vegas from Eugene this afternoon. He will join the Warriors roster for the summer showdown. However, Bell is not trying to earn a roster spot like Ennis. Cook and Boucher could arrive momentarily.

Dillon Brooks is meeting up with his Memphis teammates and the Atlanta Hawks sent Tyler Dorsey off to Nevada, as well. In 24 hours, six Duck stars from the past two years will be in Las Vegas. It should make for an intriguing July.

LAS VEGAS SUMMER LEAGUE SCHEDULE

July 7:

5:00 p.m. PT - Atlanta Hawks (Dorsey) vs Brooklyn Nets

July 8:

1:00 p.m. PT - Memphis Grizzlies (Brooks) vs Washington Wizards

7:30 p.m. PT - Philadelphia 76ers vs Golden State Warriors (Bell, Boucher, Cook, Ennis)

July 9:

1:00 p.m. PT - Atlanta Hawks (Dorsey) vs New Orleans Pelicans

7:00 p.m. PT - Memphis Grizzlies (Brooks) vs Sacramento Kings

July 10:

1:00 p.m. PT - Atlanta Hawks (Dorsey) vs Chicago Bulls

5:30 p.m. PT - Golden State Warriors (Bell, Boucher, Cook, Ennis) vs Cleveland Cavaliers

July 11:

1:30 p.m. PT - Utah Jazz vs Memphis Grizzlies (Brooks)

5:30 p.m. PT - Golden State Warriors (Bell, Boucher, Cook, Ennis) vs Dallas Mavericks

We will have continual coverage from the NBA Summer League throughout July.

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