The Sacramento Kings are the 2014 Summer League Champions, probably the closest they’re going to get to a championship in the NBA. We’re now heading into the FIBA Basketball World Cup where, for the most part, the best players in the world will be representing their country in a basketball tournament.
While the United States team and Select Team will be training for the World Cup, the rookies will have to wait their turn. They have some time off to work on their own before camps start. Last week we began taking a look at the 2014-15 NBA rookies and their current status through Summer League play. The first installment looked at Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker, Joel Embiid, Zach Lavine as well as some others.
This week, we continue to look at the rookie class as we dissect where each player stands. We’ll keep looking at the rookies throughout the 2014 draft class as the offseason moves along and we’ll also revisit each player at least once. For now, it’s time for a new crop of rookies.