Summer League: Wizards build late comeback vs. Warriors in Las Vegas finale

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To wrap up their run in the Las Vegas Summer League, the Golden State Warriors met the Washington Wizards on Sunday for the finale in the desert. Despite top pick Johnny Davis on the bench, the Warriors couldn’t find a way to secure a victory against the Wizards.

Quenton Jackson and Jaime Echenique combined for 37 points to fuel the Wizards’ fiery fourth-quarter comeback win over the Warriors. After trailing by nine heading into the fourth quarter, the Wizards outscored the Warriors 26-8 in the final frame to secure a fiery comeback victory, 87-77.

While the Warriors held the lead for most of the contest, four different players in blue and gold tallied double-figure scoring marks, including James Wiseman.

In his fourth consecutive Summer League contest, Wiseman notched 11 points on 5-of-13 shooting from the field with six boards and two assists in 19 minutes against the Wizards. 

Via @NBCSWarriors on Twitter: 

Mac McClung led the Warriors with 14 points on 4-of-7 shooting from the floor with two made triples, six assists and three rebounds in 23 minutes. Alex Morales and Lester Quinones also registered double-figures in scoring against the Wizards on Sunday in Las Vegas. 

Via @warriors on Twitter: 

With a loss on Sunday, the Warriors rounded out the Las Vegas Summer League with a 1-4 record in Sin City. 

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