The Bucks dropped their second game of Summer League Sunday afternoon, falling 89-74 to the San Antonio Spurs. To be honest, it felt a lot like the first game. Flashes of fun play with weird lineups, but a lot of rust and inexperience taking over when the game got closer.
Kyle Anderson led the way for the Spurs with 22 points while the Bucks were led by a quarter of players scoring 11 points, including rookie Rashad Vaughn. Vaughn had another uneven performance, at times looking good taking the ball closer to the rim and making nice passes out of pick and roll sets, but also still struggling to find good looks or knock down the shots he does get. Everything is a learning experience for Vaughn, so it's hard to really dig into much at this point.
Speaking of not digging into much, Damien Inglis was again mostly ineffective as he works his way back from injury. A bone bruise in his right foot during practice for Summer League hasn't exactly helped speed up his recovery process, but it also isn't considered to be serious. It's worth noting that the Inglis the Bucks liked enough to draft is not the guy taking the floor in Vegas, so it's probably best to hold off on any real judgments for the time being.
Milwaukee will finish up the scheduled portion of their time here tomorrow at 3:00 CT against the Cleveland Cavaliers. From there they will be guaranteed two tournament games and possible more once they get their improbable championship run underway. See you tomorrow.