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Philadelphia 76ers center Spencer Hawes put on a dominating performance Friday night at the Jamal Crawford Seattle Basketball Pro-Am tournament.
Hawes went 19-for-30 from the field and 18-for-22 from the free throw line for a total of 58 points, which according to BallisLife West is the highest scoring total of any NBA player this summer. To top it off, Hawes also grabbed 17 rebounds.
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Philadelphia 76ers center Spencer Hawes has been participating in the Jamal Crawford Pro-Am tournament this summer, and on Saturday, the big man had an absurdly high scoring output. Hawes went 19/30 from the field and 18/22 from the line, en route to a 58-point outing, making him the summer scoring champion for NBA players (according to Ballislife West).
Unfortunately for Mr. Hawes...
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Spencer Hawes, yes, 76ers’ Spencer Hawes, dropped 58 points at the Jamal Crawford Pro-Am and showed off some smooth handles.
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