Sixers summer league highlights: second-year guard Jaden Springer

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The summer league is over for the Philadelphia 76ers, and it is time to look back at some of the performances the youngsters had in Salt Lake City and Las Vegas.

The Sixers went 4-4 on the summer circuit, but the wins and losses don’t matter. It’s all about player development and seeing what these young guys can do.

Philadelphia received some really solid performances from Paul Reed and Isaiah Joe. They saw something from free agent addition Trevelin Queen. They even saw growth from second-year guard Jaden Springer.

Springer, 19, still has a ways to go on the offensive end in terms of his jumper, but he showed an ability to get to the rim and aggressively attack closeouts. He was able to finish up and around tougher, taller defenders, and that is going to be very useful, along with his solid defense, as he continues to grow.

Springer played only two NBA games in his rookie season, but he will continue to grow his game. Considering he is only 19, he has so much room and time to grow.

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