The Las Vegas Summer League was a chance for local first-round picks Kyle Kuzma and Caleb Swanigan to play huge roles, but they weren't the only ones to perform well during the two weeks of action. Spencer Butterfield, Jeremy Senglin and Jalen Moore all displayed impressive shooting skills at times, while big men Jakob Poeltl, Eric Mika and Joel Bolomboy all showed what they could do on the backboards.
Here is a look at how the players with local ties performed through the three weeks of Summer League action in Orlando, Utah and Las Vegas.
Joel Bolomboy, Weber State, Utah Jazz
Bolomboy didn't put up huge numbers but showed he could battle on the boards with the best of them. One of his best games came in a 100-94 win over Philadelphia when he totaled 10 points and five rebounds in 19 minutes.
In five games, he averaged 6.4 points on 36 percent shooting from the field to go along with 5.6 rebounds in 23.2 minutes.
Spencer Butterfield, Utah State, Utah Jazz
Butterfield was a consistent outside shooting threat for the Jazz in both Utah and Las Vegas. One of his best outings came in a 97-76 win over the Milwaukee Bucks when he finished with 11 points on 3-for-6 shooting from 3-point range. He added six rebounds and three assists in 22 minutes.
In six games, he averaged 7.0 points on the strength of 40 percent shooting from distance. He also chipped in with 3.5 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 17.9 minutes.
Kyle Kuzma, Utah, Los Angeles Lakers
Kuzma was a dominant force on the offensive end through most of Summer League. He showed off his ability to handle the ball, get to the rim on the break, stretch the floor with some deft outside touch, and score at a high rate. He also hit some massive shots as displayed by this deep three to beat the buzzer.
His best performance in Las Vegas was in the 110-98 championship game win over the Portland Trail Blazers where he finished with 30 points on 11-of-16 shooting from the field, including 6 of 10 from 3-point land. He also added 10 rebounds in 35 minutes to earn the game's MVP award.
In seven games, he averaged 21.9 points on 51.4 percent shooting from the floor, including 48 percent from beyond the arc. He also chipped in with 6.4 rebounds, 2.7 assists, 1.4 blocks and 1.1 steals in 32 minutes a game to earn All-NBA Summer League Second-Team honors. His outstanding play also earned him top 3 status on Scott Howard-Cooper's Kia Rookie Ladder.
Jakob Poeltl, Utah, Toronto Raptors
Poeltl had a terrific Summer League with the Raptors and showed his value on both ends of the floor as he scored in double figures in every game and finished with three double-doubles. One of his best games was in an 82-81 win over the Denver Nuggets when he had 17 points, 10 rebounds and two assists in 28 minutes.
In four games, he averaged 13.5 points on 70.6 percent shooting to go along with 9.0 rebounds in 27.1 minutes.
Eric Mika, BYU/Lone Peak, Miami Heat
Mika saved his best performance for last with the Heat in Las Vegas. In his only start, in a three-point double-overtime loss to Memphis, he put up seven points on 2-of-3 shooting from the field and 3-of-4 shooting from the foul line. He also chipped in with a team-best eight rebounds even though he played just 16 minutes.
In five games, he averaged 5.4 points on 40 percent shooting from the field and 83.3 percent from the foul line while adding 3.6 rebounds in 13.1 minutes.
Jalen Moore, Utah State/Sky View, Milwaukee Bucks
Moore wasn't always aggressive on the offensive end but did show great touch from downtown. His best game was in a 97-76 loss to the Utah Jazz when he totaled 11 points on 4-of-6 shooting from the floor, hitting 3 of 4 from 3-point land in 15 minutes.
In five games, he averaged 4.0 points on 42.9 percent shooting from 3-point range to go along with 2.0 rebounds in 16.7 minutes.
Jeremy Senglin, Weber State, Brooklyn Nets
Senglin displayed an impressive ability to shoot the ball for the Nets when he got minutes. His best game was in a 95-66 win over the New Orleans Pelicans when he put up 14 points on 50-percent shooting while adding three rebounds, a pair of steals and an assist in 19 minutes.
In four games, he averaged 7.0 points on 45.5 percent shooting from the field, including 42.9 percent from beyond the arc, while adding 2.3 rebounds in 13.5 minutes.
Tyrell Corbin, West, Charlotte Hornets
While the Hornets didn't play in Las Vegas, Corbin had a nice showing with Charlotte in Orlando. His best game was in a 14-point win over the Oklahoma City Thunder when he managed nine points on 4-for-6 shooting from the field while handing out three assists in 11 minutes.
In three games, he averaged 6.0 points on 44.4 percent shooting with 2.3 assists and 1.0 rebounds in 15.4 minutes.
Caleb Swanigan, Portland Trail Blazers
Swanigan was one of the main reasons why the Blazers made a run to the championship game in Las Vegas. He was a beast on the glass who stepped up and made plenty of big plays on the offensive end. His best showing was in the 110-98 Summer League final loss to the Lakers when he had 25 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and three steals in 35 minutes.
In eight games, he averaged a double-double with 16.1 points and 10.6 rebounds while adding 2.2 assists and 1.4 steals to earn All-NBA Summer League First-Team recognition.