Day 6 of the 2021 NBA Preseason: Outstanding Radar Players – NBA Sports

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On the sixth day of the 2021 NBA preseason, seven games were played on Friday.

Milwaukee’s Jordan Nuwora performed 30 points against Brooklyn.

Indiana Pacers

Chris Duarte: Duarte continues to be impressed. It started last night with an Indiana shooting guard. 11 points, 3 rebounds

Jeremy Lamb: You can definitely expect a score with TJ Warren. A solid experience. 9 points, 4-6 FG

Kelan Martin: An underrated scorer that can heat up. 40% shot from last season’s deep. 7 points, 3-4 FG

TJ McConnell: Experienced playmakers have a very productive career. He also came up with three steels for Cleveland. 4 points, 7 assists

Torrey Craig: Defender with improved jumper. Shot up to 36.8% of his career from last year’s Three Point Ranger. 5 points, 3 rebounds

Isaiah Jackson: Jackson offers exciting potential as a newcomer. High level athlete. 4 points, 3 blocks

Duane Washington, Jr .: An undraft rookie from Ohio who can win the ball. I played a lot in the summer league. 6 points, 3-4 FG

Blood Wanamaker: Pass point guard and ball handler. Signed a training camp contract with Indiana on October 6th. 2 points, 5 assists

Cleveland Cavaliers

Ricky Rubio: Score the ball well early in the preseason. One of the NBA’s best point guards is off the bench. 14 points, 2 steals

Lauri Markkanen: Looks comfortable so far with his new team. Always take the correct shot. 11 points, 7 rebounds

Dylan Windler: Windler certainly knows how to play this game. After missing a lot of time since 2019, I wish you good health this season. 12 points, 4-53-PT

Evan Mobley: The rookie is ready to grind. The length of the paint stands out. 6 points, 4 rebounds

Dean Wade: A big man with a smooth jumper. There were also two thefts on Friday. 8 points, 4 assists

Kevin Pangos: Point guard skills can spark when called. 2021 All EuroLeague first team member. 8 points, 3 assists

Milwaukee Bucks

Jordan Nuwora: Nuwora was impressed with his ability to score in the summer at the Olympics and the MGM Resorts Summer League. He also earned eight rebounds against Brooklyn. 30 points, 6-10 3-PT

Elijah Bryant: Former EuroLeague guard with skills on both ends. You can continue the attack while he is shooting. 21 points, 8 rebounds

Sandro Mamukelashvili: Last night, the power of Mamukerashibiri stood out. It has the potential to become a versatile NBA player. 20 points, 11 rebounds

Justin Robinson: Score the ball consistently during the preseason. The appearance has been improved. 13 points, 5-10 FG

Thanasis Adetokumpo: Energy is always there. I also came up with Brooklyn vs. 2 steals. 12 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals

Tremont Waters: Former Celtic of the training camp has a contract with Bucks. I also went 2-2 from the depth of Friday. 6 points, 5 assists

Brooklyn Nets

Jevon Carter: Shoot the ball with confidence and protect the full court. Underrated security guards. 13 points, 3-43-PT

LaMarcus Aldridge: Aldridge brings an experienced basketball IQ. Also, last night I dished 3 assists and came up with 2 steals. 12 points, 5 rebounds

Patty Mills: Mills had a great summer for the Australian national team. Off-bench production will make Brooklyn a great help this season. 10 points, 3 assists

James Johnson: A veteran who can provide energy when needed. Make a winning play. 8 points, 4-6 FG

DeAndre’Bembly: Bembley’s defense stood out early on for Nets. A confident player. 7 points, 3 steals

Bruce Brown: Play well next to anyone. 25 years old doing what it takes to win. 4 points, 2 steals

Nicolas Claxton: A big man with a high motor. The average of 32 games last season was 1.3 BPG. 4 points, 4 rebounds

Devontae Cacok: Cacock is improving every year in his young career. Always in the right place. 6 points, 2-2 FG

New Orleans Pelican

Trey Murphy III: A strong high-level shooter. bright future. 17 points, 10 rebounds

Naji Marshall: Marshall continues to improve. Expect a productive sophomore from the age of 23. 16 points, 7 rebounds

Garrett Temple: A veteran who knows how to play this game. Brings a solid experience to New Orleans. 7 points, 4 rebounds

Tomas Satorankey: Sparks on both ends. You can bring consistent point guard play if you want. 5 points, 2 steals

Chicago Bulls

Alex Caruso: Caruso appears ready to influence the attacks of his new team more. There were also 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals against New Orleans. 10 points, 2-2 3-PT

Jabon Green: Energy and defense are exactly the way Chicago wants to play. Do your best to carry out all your possessions. 7 points, 6 rebounds

Alize Johnson: Johnson brings non-stop motors to the Bulls. We also prepared 5 assists on Friday. 4 points, 9 rebounds

Troy Brown Junior: You can influence with his energy. Basketball IQ is sophisticated. 5 points, 3 assists

Ayodsunmu: Dosunmu can be a consistent NBA guard. A newcomer with multiple skills. 4 points, 2-4 FG

Daniel Oturu: An underrated second year big man who had a great summer league. Signed a training camp contract with the Bulls on September 26th. 4 points, 4 rebounds

Los Angeles Clippers

Luke Kennard: Kenard shot the ball light from Dallas vs. Deep. Shot 44.6% behind last season’s three-point line. 19 points, 5-63-PT

Isaiah Hartenstein: A big skill that is underrated away from the bench. He also dished 5 assists on Friday and blocked 2 shots. 16 points, 8 rebounds

Reggie Jackson: An experienced guard who plays calmly. A confident and aggressive player. 14 points, 3-53-PT

Terrence Mann: You can expect to play super-efficient basketball in each game. A winner who does not retreat. 13 points, 5-11 FG

Amir Coffey: A powerful guard who can shoot it. We are currently in the third season in Los Angeles. 12 points, 3 steals

Harry Giles: Competitiveness is always at a high level. Started on Friday for the Clippers. 10 points, 8 rebounds

Justise Winslow: A new and versatile clipper. Playmaking can make a difference. 5 points, 3 assists

Dallas Mavericks

Eugene Omorui: Undrafted rookies make good cases for roster spots. We also collected 2 steals and 5 rebounds against LA. 19 points, 8-14 FG

Dwight Powell: A consistent big man you rely on playing hard every night. Career 56.9% field goal rate. 14 points, 5-6 FG

Trey Burke: A veteran scorer with ball handling skills. You can go out on a big night when he is in the zone. 9 points, 5 assists

Moses Brown: A young big man who knows how to make an impact. Athletic finisher and rebound. 8 points, 2-2 FG

Willie Cauley Stein: Productive big game. A powerful 7 footer with jumping ability. 4 points, 2 rebounds

Josh Green: Green has incorporated the experience of the Olympic Games during the summer for Australia. Play it the right way. 6 points, 8 rebounds

Carrick Jones: Jones can certainly pack statistics sheets. He also recorded 4 assists and 2 steals last night. 6 points, 5 rebounds

Miami heat

Max Strus: Strass Erupted from Deep vs. San Antonio. Self-confidence is at a high level out of the summer league. 28 points, 6-113-PT

Mica Potter: An undrafted rookie from Ohio State University / Wisconsin that brings the NBA’s Big Man skills. There is certainly a possibility. 13 points, 17 rebounds

Omer Yurtseven: Non-stop motor. He also recorded 4 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks last night. 14 points, 11 rebounds

DJ Stewart: An undrafted rookie from Mississippi with talent on both ends. The feel of the game is solid. 8 points, 6 rebounds

San Antonio Spurs

Bryn Forbes: He has scored the ball comfortably since returning to San Antonio. Shooting from the bench is top notch. 16 points, 4-93-PT

Luca Samanik: If you get the chance, you’re ready to influence. I started last night and it fits nicely. 11 points, 5-10 FG

Doug McDermott: A consistent shooting game with a high IQ of basketball. I got the best 31 points in my career last season vs. OKC. 8 points, 2-4 3-PT

Drew Eubanks: A strong finisher that rolls effectively into the basket. We also have 4 assists for Miami. 7 points, 8 rebounds

Devin Vassell: A scorer with athletic ability. It looks like he’s ready for a few more minutes in his second season. 7 points, 3-4 FG

Minnesota Timberwolves

Jalen Norwell: A confidently underrated scorer. We had a great summer league in Las Vegas. 12 points, 2 steals

Josh Okogie: Okogie continues to improve his attacks. Athletic defender. 11 points, 2 steals

Jordan McLaughlin: An energetic point guard that can assist a lot. I scored the ball well last night. 10 points, 4-6 FG

Naz Reid: A strong big man with shooting and shooting prevention ability. We also have 3 assists for Denver. 8 points, 6 rebounds

Jake Layman: A veteran who understands the game well. Make an impact in a short time. 8 points, 3-4 FG

Jared Vanderbilt: A player who rebounds with a purpose. You can count on energy. 6 points, 8 rebounds

Denver Nuggets

Bones Highland: Show off a long distance from outside Denver. Also, last night he went down with eight rebounds and fainted four assists. 21 points, 6-123-PT

Vlatko Cancar: The feel of the game is sophisticated. You can shoot, defend, pass and handle the ball. 13 points, 5-7 FG

PJ Dorsey: Dozier continues to improve his overall skill set. Winning is everything. 12 points, 2 steals

Monte Morris: A veteran guard who plays under control. The Nuggets will need to pick it up for the injured Jamal Murray. 8 points, 2-3 3-PT

Los Angeles Lakers

Dwight Howard: Howard has a strong presence in the Golden State. There are still a lot left in the tank. 23 points, 12 rebounds

Talen Horton-Tucker: You have won the ball with Golden State vs. Strength. Talented young guard. 17 points, 5-10 FG

Kendrick Nunn: Proceed to a scoring run that can make a difference. Former member of the All-Rookie First Team. 13 points, 4 rebounds

Kent Bazemore: Athletic 3 & D player. It started on Friday for the Lakers. 11 points, 5 rebounds

Rajon Rondo: Energy can change the game. Also, it became 2-2 from the back of the three-point line. 8 points, 6 assists

Austin Reaves: A newcomer who has not been drafted with confidence. I went from the range of 3 points last night. 9 points, 3-43-PT

Golden State Warriors

Jordan Poole: Score the ball easily now. Expect a big scoring night this season. 28 points, 6-133-PT

Moses Moody: The rookie ran very productively last night. Potential shooter. 10 points, 3-3 3-PT

Otto Porter Jr.: Add more fire to the Golden State. As a player I know what works for him. 9 points, 6 rebounds

Nemanya Bierica: Perfect for the Warriors. Brings variety from the bench. 7 points, 3-5 FG

Juan Toscano-Anderson: He continues to influence his strength. I also came up with 2 steals for LA. 6 points, 4 assists

Kevon Looney: A veteran big man who understands the victory of basketball. The solid feel of the game. 3 points, 3 steals

Jordan Bell: I played hard last night in just a few minutes. A former champion who wants to make a roster of the Golden State. 5 points, 2-2 FG

– NBA Sports

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