Blazers F Noah Vonleh makes Second Team All-Summer League

(AP Photo/John Locher)

(AP Photo/John Locher)

The 2015 NBA Summer League season wraps up Monday night with the championship game of the Las Vegas tournament between the Phoenix Suns and the San Antonio Spurs. On the eve of the final, the NBA announced the Las Vegas Summer League MVP as well as the First and Second All-Tournament teams.

Portland Trail Blazers forward Noah Vonleh was on the All-Summer League Second Team joined by Denver’s Emmanuel Mudiay. San Antonio’s Kyle Anderson was named MVP. Here is the rundown of both All-Tournament teams from the NBA.

Samsung All-NBA Summer League First Team

Kyle Anderson (San Antonio)

Seth Curry (New Orleans)

Doug McDermott (Chicago)

Norman Powell (Toronto)

T.J. Warren (Phoenix)

Samsung All-NBA Summer League Second Team

Larry Drew II (New Orleans)

Emmanuel Mudiay (Denver)

Dwight Powell (Dallas)

Noah Vonleh (Portland)

Alan Williams (Houston)

Vonleh averaged 17.2 points, 8.5 rebounds and shot 5-of-10 from 3-point range in 29 minutes per game during the Blazers run in Las Vegas. Throughout the week, Vonleh was often the best player on the court for the Blazers. Portland had an abysmal Summer League opener while Vonleh was sidelined with an ankle injury. Portland looked noticeably better with Vonleh on the floor.

Not that summer league means a whole lot, but Vonleh did show good patience for a young player and knowledge of when to use the skills in his toolbox. His outside shooting, tight ball-handling and athleticism were all on display. He even played center at times.

In four game Summer League games, Vonleh made 24 field goals in 43 attempts. During last year’s run for the Hornets, Vonleh made only 21 field goals on 73 attempts in seven games.


Erik Gundersen

Erik Gundersen

Erik Gundersen is the Trail Blazers beat reporter for The Columbian. He's a graduate of the Allen School of Journalism and Communication at the University of Oregon in addition earning a degree in Spanish. He's covered the NBA for four seasons. You can also occasionally find his work on's NBA section for their TrueCities series. He also fist-bumped with Kanye West once. Follow @BlazerBanter on twitter for more Blazers and NBA news.

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