The NBA Summer League ended its three-city, six-week run Monday night with two former Maryland players, Dez Wells and Rasheed Sulaimon, celebrating as part of the Chicago Bulls’ championship team in Las Vegas.
Here are a few observations about the performances — and the immediate futures — of the six former Terps who participated.
Diamond Stone will likely spend a good chunk of next season in the D-League.
Any thoughts of the 6-foot-11, 255-pound center being NBA-ready were quickly dismissed at the first NBA Summer League in Orlando.
Stone had some impressive stretches and showed that his offensive game is mature for a 19-year-old. But the same issues that...