NBA Summer League: How did four former Dayton Flyers fare in Las Vegas?

League wraps up play with semifinals Sunday and final on Monday

Of the four former Dayton Flyers playing in the NBA Summer League this month in Las Vegas, Nev., Jordan Sibert put up the biggest numbers.

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Here’s a summary of the performances by Sibert, Dyshawn Pierre, Charles Cooke and Kostas Antetokounmpo.

• Sibert: The 2015 Dayton grad played in four games for the Atlanta Hawks. He averaged 14.8 points in 24 minutes per game. He shot 30 percent from the field (15 of 50).

Sibert’s best game was July 9. He scored 21 points on 7-of-9 shooting from 3-point range.

"I don't make those 3's if my teammates don't find me," Sibert told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. "The coaches did a great job drawing up plays for me. I was just in a rhythm."

Sibert, Dayton's leading scorer in the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons, signed a 10-day contract with the Hawks in February and appeared in one game, scoring three points. He became the 21st former Flyer to play in the NBA.

• Antetokounmpo: He appeared in five games for the Dallas Mavericks, averaging 5.8 points and 2.8 rebounds in 13.4 minutes per game. He shot 39 percent from the field (11 of 28).

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Antetokounmpo played 11 minutes in two games last season for the Mavericks, scoring two points. He was the 60th and final player selected in the 2018 draft. He spent most of his rookie season in the NBA G League with the Texas Legends, averaging 10.6 points in 40 games.

• Pierre: A teammate of Antetokounmpomwith the Mavericks, Pierre also appeared in five Summer League games. He averaged 2.0 points and 3.6 rebounds in 12 minutes per game.

Dayton fans can see Pierre in action this week at The Basketball Tournament at Capital University in Bexley. He one of eight former Flyers playing with the Dayton alumni team in the $2 million winner-takes-all tournament. The Red Scare play in the first round at 5 p.m. Friday.

• Cooke: The 2017 Dayton grad appeared in five games for the Miami Heat, including two in Sacramento, Calif. He averaged 6.5 points in 15.1 minutes per game. He started Saturday in a 101-100 overtime loss to the New Orleans Pelicans and had 11 points on 5-of-9 shooting in 32 minutes. He was sidelined for one game by a concussion he suffered July 3.

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