Warriors’ Jonathan Kuminga earns summer league All-Rookie second team nod from Rookie Wire

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In his first run while wearing a Golden State Warriors jersey at the Las Vegas Summer League, Jonathan Kuminga looked every bit worthy of the No. 7 overall pick in the 2021 NBA draft.

The G League Ignite product led the summer league edition of the Warriors with 17.4 points on 39.7% shooting from the floor with 5.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists and 1.6 steals per game in four contests.

Along with impressive stats in the boxscore, the 18-year-old showed off his athleticism with a flurry of high-powered dunks in Las Vegas.

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Following the end of play at the Thomas and Mack Center, Kuminga earned a nod to one of USA TODAY’s Rookie Wire’s summer league All-Rookie team. Kuminga joined top draft picks Cade Cunningham and Jalen Green on Rookie Wire’s All-Rookie second team.

Via @RookieWire on Twitter:

College standout Luka Garza and Dallas Mavericks forward Eugen Omoruyi rounded out the rest of Rookie Wire’s second team.

For a complete look at selections for the first, second and third team from the Summer League, including where Golden State guard Moses Moody stands, check out Rookie Wire here.

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