3 studs, 2 duds from Mavericks Summer League win over Warriors

The Dallas Mavericks took down the Golden State Warriors in their third game of Summer League, so let's take a look at the top studs and duds from the contest.
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1. Stud - Mike Miles Jr.

Speaking of guards, TCU guard Mike Miles Jr. signed a two-way deal with the Dallas Mavericks after the NBA Draft concluded, and it’s now easy to see why they made that move.

The 6-foot-2 point guard played with great energy and can do a little bit of everything on the court, making him a solid addition to Dallas’ roster.

After coming off the bench in each of the Mavericks’ first two Summer League games, Miles replaced McKinley Wright IV (who picked up a DNP-CD) against the Golden State Warriors, and he made sure to make the most of the opportunity.

Miles ended the game with 19 points, two rebounds, four assists, two steals, and one block while shooting 6-for-11 from the floor and 3-for-8 from behind the three-point line.

It was easily his best game of Summer League thus far, as he looked super comfortable out there, taking over as the team’s best perimeter scoring option on a night where Jaden Hardy struggled with his efficiency.

As noted when discussing Jordan Walker’s night, the Mavericks already have a lot of guard depth, so Miles may not break into next year’s rotation.

However, performances like the one he had against Golden State should leave Mavericks fans excited to see what he can do in the G League next year in an attempt to earn more reps on the big league squad.