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2018 NBA Summer League: Drew Eubanks Scores 7 Points In 11 Minutes In Spurs Win Over Grizzlies

Plagued by foul trouble, it was a brief but intriguing performance from the big man.

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Another dominant performance from former Colorado star Derrick White helped the San Antonio Spurs to an 94-87 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night, in their third and final game of the Utah Jazz NBA Summer League.

White poured in 26 points, while also snagging 7 rebounds and dishing out 6 assists, while Spurs’ draft pick Lonnie Walker IV chipped in 14 points of his own in his return. Former Oregon State stand-out Drew Eubanks finished the contest with 7 points (3-5 FG) and 3 rebounds in just 11 minutes of action, due to some mixed rotations and foul trouble from the big man.

For Eubanks, the outing was another somewhat positive sign that even if a future doesn’t wait in store for him in San Antonio, many other NBA teams are getting to lay their eyes on the former Beavers forward. After leaving Oregon State with one year of collegiate eligibility still available to him, Eubanks went undrafted in the 2018 NBA Draft.

On the night, the Grizzlies were paced by Wayne Selden, who exploded for a 26 point-performance on an efficient 8-12 display from the field.

San Antonio will next be in action on Saturday, July 7th at the Las Vegas NBA Summer League against the Indiana Pacers. Tip-off in that contest is scheduled for 12:30 PM PT and the game will be televised on ESPN2.