Duop Reath displays class on Day 3 of Summer League

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NBL Summer League Tracker – Day 3

Bronze Medal Boomer Duop Reath displayed his class against number one pick Victor Wembanyama on day 3 of the NBA Summer League.

Reath came off the bench for the Portland Trailblazers as they beat the San Antonio Spurs 85-80.

The former Illawarra Hawk had a near double-double with 13 points, nine rebounds, one assist and a block in 21 minutes of game time. He scored in extremely efficient fashion shooting 5/7 from the field, 1/2 from three and 2/3 from the free-throw line.

His Trailblazers’ teammate and fellow NBL-Alumni Rayan Rupert had six points, two rebounds and two steals. Rupert was selected with the 43rd overall pick in the 2023 NBA Draft and has since signed a multi-year deal with Portland.

Luke Travers may have not had the biggest game in the key stats however, his impact was definitely felt in the Cavs 99-76 win over Toronto. Travers had three points and three rebounds with a +/- of +27.


Cleveland Cavaliers 99 defeated Toronto Raptors 76

  • Luke Travers – three points, three rebounds, +27
  • DJ Hogg – 11 points, four rebounds, two assists, two blocks

Los Angeles Lakers 93 defeated Charlotte Hornets 75

  • Justin Robinson – four points, three rebounds, one assist, one steal

Brooklyn Nets 98 defeated New York Knicks 80

Houston Rockets 113 defeated Detroit 101

Washington Wizards 103 defeated Boston Celtics 98

  • Xavier Cooks – DNP
  • Dejan Vasiljevic – DNP

Portland Trailblazers 85 defeated San Antonio Spurs 80

  • Duop Reath – 13 points, nine rebounds, one assist, one block
  • Rayan Rupert – six points, two rebounds, two steals

Atlanta Hawks 98 defeated Denver Nuggets 93

  • Brady Manek – 10 points, six rebounds, one assist, two blocks

New Orlenes Pelicans 94 defeated Golden State Warriors 86

  • Dyson Daniels – 17 points, 15 rebounds, eight assists, two steals, two blocks

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