The Lakers’ Jordan Clarkson was aggressive and attacking the rim from the moment he got off the plane in Las Vegas. That led to him averaging 16.8 points a game and having some big games, but at times he dominated the ball while his teammates stood around. (Don’t make the Kobe joke there, you’re better than that.)
But it also meant some highlight plays.
Like what he did to Utah’s Jack Cooley in the third quarter Friday. Rick Kamla wasn’t kidding, that is one of the dunks of the Summer League.