There is a lot of talk these days about the summer tournaments being held in the United States with NBA players involved. A few weeks ago, LeBron James’ participation in the Drew League had made a big splash, but there was also discussion about Paolo Banchero’s 50 points in Seattle, the latter’s quarrel with Dejounte Murray in another tournament or the flop of the Knicks’ trio. For his part, however. Kyle Kuzma, fresh off a positive season on a personal level in Washington, put on a show at the Utah Pro-Am Powder League Showcase.
The former Lakers set the bar high. 67 points against the team of Scottie Barnes, reigning Rookie of the Year, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. In addition, Kuzma added. 14 rebounds and 9 assists, flirting with a triple-double.
Kyle Kuzma dropped 67 points at the Utah Pro-Am Powder League Showcase 🤯
– ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) August 10, 2022