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Former Syracuse Basketball Stars' Weekend Wrap-Up From Las Vegas Summer League

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A recap of erstwhile Syracuse players in the Las Vegas Summer League. We make it easy for you.

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Since the Las Vegas Summer League tipped off on Friday, we recap the Syracuse Orange highlights from over the weekend -- none of which were more impressive than Jerami Grant's dunk. Without wasting any time, see the list below.

Jerami Grant

Moo Moo started in the 76ers first game and chipped in 10 points and hauled in six boards. Grant struggled shooting from the floor but there's always one thing you can do to help your shooting percentage...

That's a high quality look. Poor Zubac -- that's not a very nice way to welcome someone to the league, but at least he was a good sport about the whole thing.

James Southerland

Southie has yet to get off the pine for the Wizards, which if you ask me is the most bullshit thing I've seen in 30 years. And I haven't even been alive that long.

Malachi Richardson

Mali put up only seven points in his first game with the Kings but responded by putting up 20 last night on the Houston Rockets. He also hit three out of his four attempts from three and pulled in seven rebounds. The Kings however have yet to pick up a win.

Arinze Onuaku

Onuaku continued his stellar summer league play on Friday by posting a double-double agains the Detroit Pistons. He put up 14 points and 12 rebounds in the contest. Quick aside, Michael Gbinije did not play in that game as he's out the rest of summer league with an ankle injury.

Chris McCullough

McCullough started for the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday and put up nine points and grabbed eight rebounds. He even knocked down a three, which is equivalent to as many threes as he made at Syracuse. McCullough also had two steals, an assist and a block.

C.J. Fair

CJ put up a modest five points, one rebound and one assist in 17 minutes with the Portland Trail Blazers. This is really just training for The Basketball Tournament, however...

Rakeem Christmas

Rak scored six points on only four shots in the Pacers win on Friday. He grabbed five rebounds and had a steal as well. The former Orange center is shooting 60 percent overall in summer league.