T.J. Warren had a heavy workload during his sophomore year at NC State, and the Suns have been fine with letting him continue in the role of primary scorer this summer. Warren's looked pretty comfortable in the transition, which has seen him score 20+ in three of Phoenix's first four games. Warren played only seven minutes in Phoenix's second game thanks to a cut above his right eye, and that's probably the only reason he isn't 4-for-4.
Here are highlights from his 28 and 11 effort against Philadelphia on Tuesday.
He followed that up with 26 points and three rebounds against Minnesota on Wednesday.
I'm not sure how best to categorize these summer leagues. If the Development League is the basketball equivalent of AAA, then the summer league is, what, the rough equivalent of short-season A-ball? However you want to frame it, though, in whatever context, rain or shine, band-aid or no band-aid, obviously there will be buckets.