The Warriors left the Las Vegas Summer League with a 2-4 record behind the coaching of Jarron Collins.
With many players trying to show off their skills for Golden State's front office, the team's second-round draft pick Patrick McCaw stood out. The UNLV product averaged a team-high 15.8 points per game in five games played.
When introduced at the Warriors' practice facility after the NBA Draft, McCaw said he studies a lot of Shaun Livingston on film.
"Definitely I watch a lot of Shaun Livingston, too," McCaw said on June 24. "He's a big point guard who can make plays with the ball, he can defend, and that's just where I see my game going."
Here's who led the Warriors in summer league this year:
Points per game: Patrick McCaw (15.8)
Assists per game: Keifer Skyes (2.8)
Rebounds per game: Ognjen Kuzmic (7.6)
Blocks per game: Kuzmic (1.2)
Steals per game: Skyes (2.6)
Field goal percentage: Kuzmic (47.8 percent)
3-point percentage: McCaw (38.2 percent)
Minutes per game: McCaw (33.8)