Former Gonzaga forward Brandon Clarke was named the NBA Summer League Most Valuable Player and championship game MVP as he led the Memphis Grizzlies to the NBA Summer League title.
Clarke had 15 points, 16 rebounds and three blocks in the final.
Clarke scored the first points of the game for the Grizzlies by making a three-pointer from the corner.
He had this steal and spin move to go coast-to-coast.
Clarke was also out hustling people as he often did at Gonzaga.
He had this monster block.
Former Eastern Washington guard Tyler Harvey scored 12 points, dished off 5 assists and brought in 4 rebounds.
Clarke and Harvey got the Grizzlies off to a fast start by combining for the first nine of the team's points.
The team didn't lose one game in Summer League en route to winning it all.