Former NCCU Forward, Dominique Sutton Leads Warriors in NBA Summer League Quarterfinals

rp_primary_alt_Sutton_QuarterfinalLAS VEGAS – Former North Carolina Central University men’s basketball forward Dominique Sutton and the Golden State Warriors advanced to the quarterfinals of the NBA Summer League before bowing out to the New Orleans Pelicans by a final score of 100-91 on July 18.  Sutton posted a team-high 23 points with seven rebounds in that matchup.

Over the course of the Summer League, Sutton played in all six games and started one, averaging 22.2 minutes per contest, third most on the team.  He ranked second on the team in scoring with 10.2 points per game and finished tied for second on the team with 30 rebounds, pulling down an even five boards per contest.

Sutton was efficient from the floor, finishing with a field goal percentage of 44.9 percent, and went 3-8 from beyond the arc. He was strong defensively as well, pulling down a team-high 25 defensive rebounds and averaging 2.2 steals per game.

Apart from the 23-point outburst against New Orleans, Sutton also put up double-digits against the Sacramento Kings with 14 points and six boards over 20 minutes.

The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Phoenix Suns for the Las Vegas Summer League title on July 20, by a final score of 93-90.

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