Let’s give Mike Moser some love for shooting 7-for-14 from the floor (2-for-5 from 3-point range) and for playing multiple positions. He’s generally a pick-and-pop big, but he played small forward with Kelly Olynyk and OD Anosike in the fourth quarter.
Marcus Smart’s defense has been frighteningly good all week. The question has always been whether he can knock down jumpers, and he caught fire in the second and third quarters, dropping three 3-pointers and a nice mid-range shot curling off multiple screens. He hit another in the fourth and looked INCREDIBLY confident rising and firing in spot-up situations.
Phil Pressey finished with 13 assists and three turnovers. He played a nice pick-and-pop game with Kelly Olynyk.
Also Marcus Smart and Phil Pressey. Smart’s shot selection was (as kindly as I can put this) suspect, and while he got a rhythm going, many of his shots were ill-advised.
Pressey, meanwhile, finished 5-for-28 from the floor in his final two games at Summer League. The Celtics don’t need him to shoot, but they need him to shoot better than that.
We’ll have a full Summer League breakdown this weekend. Thanks for sticking with us and reading throughout the week.
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