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2016 NBA D-League Showcase Video Library – Day 2

By Brian Kotloff | January 7, 2016

The 2016 NBA Development League Showcase presented by Samsung is the NBA D-League’s annual in-season scouting event, when all 19 D-League teams converge in one city to play in front of NBA general managers and player personnel executives from all 30 NBA teams.

If you are not out in Santa Cruz, or can’t tune in to NBA TV or YouTube, don’t worry. All of the week’s best video highlights can be found below.

Highlights: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5

GAME 1: Rio Grande Valley 111, Fort Wayne 99

Vipers forward Raphiael Putney turned heads to open Day 2, going off for 38 points and 18 rebounds, with 25 of those points (including five three-pointers) coming in the first half.

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Raphiael Putney, RGV

Coast-to-Coast Dunk

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Chris Walker, RGV

Spin & Slam

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Rakeem Christmas, Fort Wayne

10 Points

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Will Cummings, RGV

24 Points

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GAME 2: Maine 110, Bakersfield 97

Terry Rozier led the way for Maine with 23 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. His teammate on the Celtics, Jordan Mickey, also posted a double-double with 16 points, 10 rebounds and 4 blocks to help the Red Claws defeat Bakersfield.

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Earl Clark, Bakersfield

28 Points

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Xavier Munford, Bakersfield

18 Points & 11 assists

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Derek Cooke Jr., Bakersfield

Monster Alley-Oop

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Coty Clarke, Maine

10 Points & 12 Rebounds

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GAME 3: Sioux Falls 102, Raptors 98

Miami Heat teammates Jarnell Stokes and Josh Richardson combined for 50 points, leading the Skyforce to a comeback win after they trailed by as many as 23.

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Sim Bhullar, Raptors 905

6 Points

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Jarnell Stokes, Skyforce

Spin & Reverse Lay-in

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Scott Suggs, Raptors 905

27 Points

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Ronald Roberts, Raptors 905

Double-Double

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GAME 4: Texas 105, Delaware 93

Manny Harris and a balanced Legends squad held off a rally from Sean Kilpatrick and the Sevens. Kilpatrick, NBADLeague.com’s No. 2-ranked prospect, leaves Santa Cruz after posting 66 points in two games.

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Manny Harris, Texas

20 Points

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Brandon Ashley, Texas

Double-Double

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David Laury, Delaware

Double-Double

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John Bohannon, Delaware

4 Blocks

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