In the final day of the always interesting NBA Summer League season, the Chicago Bulls looked like they were ready to leave Las Vegas, as they were blown out in a 113-68 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks.
While the hope is that he will serve as the primary backup for Derrick Rose once the All-Star returns from injury, Marquis Teague didn't impress in Las Vegas. Against the Bucks, Teague scored six points on just 3/11 shooting from the field. In five games in Vegas, he shot less than 30% from the field and committed more turnovers than assists. Jermaine Taylor had his best game in Las Vegas, scoring a team-high 21 points in the loss.
The Bucks were led by Tobias Harris, who scored 18 points in the win. John Henson continued his impressive play, scoring 16 points on 8/9 shooting.
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