Scott Suggs and the Milwaukee Bucks concluded their three preliminary games of the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas with a 2-1 record.
The Bucks suffered their first loss Tuesday to the Golden State Warriors, 84-72.
Suggs, a Washington High School graduate, played 13 minutes against the Warriors, finishing with one rebound. He was 0-2 shooting from the field.
Suggs, a 6-6 guard, scored a total of 12 points in the Bucks’ three preliminary games, including a 10-point performance against Denver in the opener.
Milwaukee, the No. 9 seed for the NBA Summer League playoffs, lost Thursday to the eighth-seeded Los Angeles Lakers 72-68 in the opening round.
Suggs played 16 minutes against the Lakers, finishing with six points on 3-6 shooting from the field. He also grabbed three rebounds.
The Bucks (2-2) were scheduled to play one more game this summer, which was a losers’ bracket contest in the playoffs Friday against the San Antonio Spurs.
The championship game is scheduled for Monday, July 22, at 8 p.m. central time.
Golden State earned the first overall seed while the Chicago Bulls are the second seed. The Phoenix Suns, the NBA D-League Select Team and the Charlotte Bobcats round out the top five seeds.
The participating 22 teams each completed three games since the summer classic tipped off on July 12.
Based on the outcome of those games, the teams were seeded 1-22 for the single elimination tournament.
The complete list of team seedings, a championship bracket and full results from the competition are available online at www.nba.com/summerleague.
Suggs is writing a guest blog on his NBA Summer League experience for the Missourian. It can be found at www.emissourian.com.