Chicago Bulls first round pick Marquis Teague has had an up-and-down 2012 Summer League, but he may have hit his nadir on Friday night vs. the Golden State Warriors. Teague shot 4-18 as the Bulls scored only 57 points, shooting 25% as a team and 1-11 from three-point range. Jimmy Butler, who is expected to take an increased role in Chicago's rotation this summer, shot only 3-14. On the bright side for Chicago, Malcom Thomas— a one-year pro out of San Diego State— put up 12 points and 16 rebounds.
The Warriors were lead by first round pick Harrison Barnes, who put up 20 points and nine assists on 7-16 shooting. Kent Bazemore, a rookie from Old Dominion, swatted away seven shots, though he did shoot only 4-14 from the field.
The Bulls' summer league team will wrap up its time in Vegas on Saturday night vs. the Los Angeles Clippers' summer league team.
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