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2018 NBA Summer League: Slow Sunday For Both Eubanks, Morris-Walker In Vegas

Both played, but overall had little impact in their team’s victories.

Oregon State v California Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Both the teams of Oregon State alumni Drew Eubanks (San Antonio Spurs) and Langston Morris-Walker (Portland Trail Blazers) picked up victories in the Las Vegas NBA Summer League on Sunday, but neither was due to too much help from both of the one-time Beavers.

Eubanks, who sat out Saturday night’s game for the Spurs, logged 12 minutes of action in San Antonio’s 95-90 win over the Washington Wizards, posting totals of 4 points and 2 rebounds, while Morris-Walker saw just two minutes of court time in the Trail Blazers’ 85-68 victory over the Atlanta Hawks.

However, Eubanks did add this solid defensive moment, which caught the eye of the league’s official Twitter account.

On Monday, a full slate of games in the Las Vegas NBA Summer League continues, but both San Antonio and Portland won’t play again until Tuesday (July 10th), where they square off with one-another at 1:00 PM PT on NBA TV.