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The sixth day of 2021 NBA Preseason saw seven games on Friday. 

Milwaukee’s Jordan Nwora went off for a 30 point performance vs. Brooklyn.

Indiana Pacers

Chris Duarte: Duarte continues to impress. Started last night at shooting guard for Indiana. 11 points, 3 rebounds

Jeremy Lamb: Can definitely be counted on to score with TJ Warren & Caris LeVert injured. Solid experience. 9 points, 4-6 FG

Kelan Martin: Underrated scorer who can heat up. Shot 40% from deep last season. 7 points, 3-4 FG

TJ McConnell: The veteran playmaker has had a very productive career. Also came up with 3 steals vs. Cleveland. 4 points, 7 assists

Torrey Craig: Defender with an improved jumper. Shot a career high 36.8% from three point ranger last year. 5 points, 3 rebounds

Isaiah Jackson: Jackson brings exciting potential as a rookie. High level athlete. 4 points, 3 blocks

Duane Washington Jr: Undrafted rookie out of Ohio State who can score the ball. Played well at Summer League. 6 points, 3-4 FG

Brad Wanamaker: Passing point guard and ball handler. Signed a training camp deal with Indiana on October 6th. 2 points, 5 assists

Cleveland Cavaliers

Ricky Rubio: Scoring the ball nicely early on during preseason. One of the NBA’s best point guards off the bench. 14 points, 2 steals

Lauri Markkanen: Looking comfortable so far with his new team. Always takes the right shots. 11 points, 7 rebounds

Dylan Windler: Windler certainly knows how to play this game. Hoping for health this season after missing a ton of time since 2019. 12 points, 4-5 3-PT

Evan Mobley: The rookie is ready to grind. Length in the paint has stood out. 6 points, 4 rebounds

Dean Wade: Big man with a smooth jumper. Also had 2 steals on Friday. 8 points, 4 assists

Kevin Pangos: Point guard skills can provide a spark when called on. 2021 All-EuroLeague First Team member. 8 points, 3 assists

Milwaukee Bucks

Jordan Nwora: Nwora impressed with his scoring ability over the summer at the Olympics and MGM Resorts Summer League. Also grabbed 8 rebounds on Friday. 30 points, 6-10 3-PT

Elijah Bryant: Former EuroLeague guard with skills on both ends. Can get going on offense when he’s making shots. 21 points, 8 rebounds

Sandro Mamukelashvili: Mamukelashvili’s strength stood out last night. Has the potential to become a versatile NBA player. 20 points, 11 rebounds

Justin Robinson: Scoring the ball with consistency during preseason. Looks improved. 13 points, 5-10 FG

Thanasis Antetokounmpo: Energy is always there. Also came up with 2 steals vs. Brooklyn. 12 points, 6 rebounds

Tremont Waters: Former Celtic on a training camp deal with the Bucks. Also went 2-2 from deep on Friday. 6 points, 5 assists

Brooklyn Nets

Jevon Carter: Shoots the ball with confidence and defends full court. Underrated guard. 13 points, 3-4 3-PT

LaMarcus Aldridge: Aldridge brings an experienced basketball IQ. Also dished out 3 assists and came up with 2 steals last night. 12 points, 5 rebounds

Patty Mills: Mills had a great summer for the Australian national team. Production off the bench will help out Brooklyn a lot this season. 10 points, 3 assists

James Johnson: Veteran who can provide energy when needed. Makes winning plays. 8 points, 4-6 FG

DeAndre’ Bembry: Bembry’s defense has stood out early on for the Nets. Confident player. 7 points, 3 steals

Bruce Brown: Plays well next to anyone. 25-year-old who does what it takes to win. 4 points, 2 steals

Nic Claxton: Big man with a high motor. Averaged 1.3 BPG last season in 32 games. 4 points, 4 rebounds

Devontae Cacok: Cacok has improved every year of his young career. Always in the right spots. 6 points, 2-2 FG

New Orleans Pelicans

Trey Murphy III: High level shooter with strength. Bright future ahead. 17 points, 10 rebounds

Naji Marshall: Marshall continues to get better. Expect the 23-year-old to play hard off the bench in his sophomore year. 16 points, 7 rebounds

Garrett Temple: Veteran who knows how to play this game. Brings solid experience to New Orleans. 7 points, 4 rebounds

Tomas Satoransky: Provides a spark on both ends. Can bring consistent point guard play when needed. 5 points, 2 steals

Chicago Bulls

Alex Caruso: Caruso looks ready to make more of an impact on offense for his new team. Also had 5 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals vs. New Orleans. 10 points, 2-2 3-PT

Javonte Green: Energy and defense fit right in with how Chicago wants to play. Runs hard every possession. 7 points, 6 rebounds

Alize Johnson: Johnson brings a non stop motor to the Bulls. Also dished out 5 assists on Friday. 4 points, 9 rebounds

Troy Brown Jr: Can make an impact with his energy. Basketball IQ is polished. 5 points, 3 assists

Ayo Dosunmu: Dosunmu has the potential to be a consistent NBA guard. Rookie with multiple skills. 4 points, 2-4 FG

Daniel Oturu: Underrated second year big man who had a great Summer League. Signed a training camp deal with the Bulls on September 26th. 4 points, 4 rebounds

Los Angeles Clippers

Luke Kennard: Kennard shot the ball lights out from deep vs. Dallas. Shot 44.6% behind the three point line last season. 19 points, 5-6 3-PT

Isaiah Hartenstein: Underrated big man skills off the bench. Also dished out 5 assists and blocked 2 shots on Friday. 16 points, 8 rebounds

Reggie Jackson: Experienced guard who plays poised. Confident offensive player. 14 points, 3-5 3-PT

Terance Mann: Can be counted on to play super efficient basketball each game. Winner who doesn’t back down. 13 points, 5-11 FG

Amir Coffey: Strong guard who can shoot it. Now entering his third season in LA. 12 points, 3 steals

Harry Giles: Competitiveness is always at a high level. Started on Friday for the Clippers. 10 points, 8 rebounds

Justise Winslow: New Clipper who brings plenty of versatility. Playmaking can make a difference. 5 points, 3 assists

Dallas Mavericks

Eugene Omoruyi: Undrafted rookie making a good case for a roster spot. Also collected 2 steals and 5 rebounds vs. LA. 19 points, 8-14 FG

Dwight Powell: Consistent big man you count on to play hard every night. Career 56.9% field goal percentage. 14 points, 5-6 FG

Trey Burke: Veteran scorer with ball handling skills. Can go off for big nights when he’s in the zone. 9 points, 5 assists

Moses Brown: Young big man who knows how to make an impact. Athletic finisher and rebounder. 8 points, 2-2 FG

Willie Cauley-Stein: Productive big man minutes. Strong seven footer with jumping ability. 4 points, 2 rebounds

Josh Green: Green took in Olympic experience over the summer for Australia. Plays the right way. 6 points, 8 rebounds

Calik Jones: Jones can certainly stuff the stat sheet. Also recorded 4 assists and 2 steals last night. 6 points, 5 rebounds

Miami Heat

Max Strus: Strus erupted from deep vs. San Antonio. Confidence is at a high level coming off Summer League. 28 points, 6-11 3-PT

Micah Potter: Undrafted rookie from Ohio State/Wisconsin who brings NBA big man skills. Potential is there for sure. 13 points, 17 rebounds

Omer Yurtseven: Non stop motor. Also recorded 4 assists, 2 steals, and 2 blocks last night. 14 points, 11 rebounds

DJ Stewart: Undrafted rookie out of Mississippi State with talent on both ends. Feel for the game is solid. 8 points, 6 rebounds

San Antonio Spurs

Bryn Forbes: Scoring the ball comfortably since returning to San Antonio. Shooting off the bench is top notch. 16 points, 4-9 3-PT

Luka Samanic: Samanic can provide quality minutes if given the chance. Started last night and fit in well. 11 points, 5-10 FG

Doug McDermott: Consistent shooter with a high basketball IQ. Scored a career high 31 points last season vs. OKC. 8 points, 2-4 3-PT

Drew Eubanks: Strong finisher who rolls to the basket effectively. Also dished out 4 assists vs. Miami. 7 points, 8 rebounds

Devin Vassell: Scorer with athleticism. Looks ready for more minutes in his second season. 7 points, 3-4 FG

Minnesota Timberwolves

Malik Beasley: Scorer who continues to improve his playmaking skills. Averaged 19.6 PPG last season. 13 points, 3 rebounds

Jaylen Nowell: Underrated scorer with a lot of confidence. Had a great Summer League in Vegas. 12 points, 2 steals

Josh Okogie: Okogie continues to improve on offense. Athletic defender. 11 points, 2 steals

Jordan McLaughlin: Energetic point guard who can put up a ton of assists. Scored the ball nicely last night. 10 points, 4-6 FG

Naz Reid: Strong big man with shooting and shot blocking abilities. Also dished out 3 assists vs. Denver. 8 points, 6 rebounds

Jake Layman: Veteran who has a great understanding of the game. Makes an impact in short minutes. 8 points, 3-4 FG

Jarred Vanderbilt: Competitive player who rebounds with a purpose. Energy can be counted on. 6 points, 8 rebounds

Denver Nuggets

Bones Hyland: Showing off deep range from outside for Denver. Also came down with 8 rebounds and passed out 4 assists last night. 21 points, 6-12 3-PT

Vlatko Cancar: Feel for the game is polished. Can shoot, defend, pass, and handle the ball. 13 points, 5-7 FG

PJ Dozier: Dozier continues to improve his overall skillset. All about winning. 12 points, 2 steals

Monte Morris: Veteran guard who plays under control. Will be needed by the Nuggets to pick it up for the injured Jamal Murray. 8 points, 2-3 3-PT

Los Angeles Lakers

Dwight Howard: Howard brought a powerful presence vs. Golden State. Still has a lot left in the tank. 23 points, 12 rebounds

Talen Horton-Tucker: Scored the ball with strength vs. Golden State. Talented young guard. 17 points, 5-10 FG

Kendrick Nunn: Goes on scoring runs that can make a difference. Former All-Rookie First Team member. 13 points, 4 rebounds

Kent Bazemore: 3&D player with athleticism. Started on Friday for the Lakers. 11 points, 5 rebounds

Rajon Rondo: Energy can change games. Also went 2-2 from behind the three point line. 8 points, 6 assists

Austin Reaves: Confident undrafted rookie. Got going from three point range last night. 9 points, 3-4 3-PT

Golden State Warriors

Jordan Poole: Scoring the ball with ease right now. Expect some huge scoring nights this season. 28 points, 6-13 3-PT

Moses Moody: The rookie had a very productive run last night. Shooter with potential. 10 points, 3-3 3-PT

Otto Porter Jr: Adds more shooting to Golden State. Knows what works for him as a player. 9 points, 6 rebounds

Nemanja Bjelica: Perfect fit for the Warriors. Brings versatility off the bench. 7 points, 3-5 FG

Juan Toscano-Anderson: Continues to make an impact with his intensity. Also came up with 2 steals vs. LA. 6 points, 4 assists 

Kevon Looney: Veteran big man who understands winning basketball. Solid feel for the game. 3 points, 3 steals

Jordan Bell: Played hard in short minutes last night. Former champion hoping to make Golden State’s roster. 5 points, 2-2 FG