With his former head coach in the stands, Trayce Jackson-Davis made his long-awaited NBA Summer League debut on Thursday evening.
The IU All-American played 20 minutes for Golden State and scored 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting. He did not attempt a 3-pointer. Jackson-Davis added seven rebounds, and an assist, steal and a block.
IU coach Mike Woodson and his wife were in attendance in Las Vegas to support Jackson-Davis, who started for the Warriors.
Jackson-Davis is wearing No. 32 for the Warriors, the same number his father Dale Davis wore in the NBA. A few of Jackson-Davis’ highlights from the evening are below.
Debut Dunk for @TrayceJackson 🚀
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) July 13, 2023
Find Trayce near the rim
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) July 14, 2023
— Mike Schumann @ The Daily Hoosier (@daily_hoosier) July 14, 2023
Jackson-Davis missed multiple games with a right hamstring injury. He was drafted with the 57th pick in the second round by the Warriors last month.
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