The curtains draw to a close later today at the 2022 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas Nevada with the championship game between New York Knicks and Portland Trailblazers.

But some of the league’s top prospects showed no signs of slowing down with outstanding plays, especially in the second week of action.

Let’s take a cursory look at their performances and what basketball organizations, aficionados and followers were talking about on social media per their statistics and effort.

Murray Puts the League on Notice
Keegan Murray has been putting the league on notice since his summer debut. Sacramento’s most recent lottery lived up to the hype of his No. 4 overall selection by delivering productivity on both ends of the floor. The former Iowa standout continued his vigorous play from Week One by delivering 29 points on 52% shooting in a loss against the Thunder on Friday.

Murray maintained his high level of play in a win against the Suns by logging his first double-double, 21 points, 10 rebounds of Summer League. He averaged 23.3 points on 50% shooting from the field, 40% from deep and 80% from the charity stripe. Out of all the rookies in Las Vegas, the 21-year-old has been the most impressive.

Grimes Grinds Big
The influence of Quentin Grimes for the Knicks in Vegas has been of immense importance. The 22-year-old’s  electric streak has been massive, averaging 23.5 points per game on 43.7% shooting.

His highlight game of the week came during the Knicks’ sole loss when he amassed 24 points and six rebounds on 52.9% shooting against the Trail Blazers last Monday. Grimes and New York will get a chance to avenge their loss against Portland on Sunday as both teams face off in the Championship Game.

Thomas Shines On
The Brooklyn Nets underachieved in Vegas, but Cam Thomas did manage to impress. Thomas displayed an endless array of ways to put the ball in the basket. The second-year guard was one of the league leaders in scoring, averaging 28 points per game on 42.7% shooting.

While his shot-creating ability has been second to none this summer, Thomas made his presence felt at the free-throw line with 12 attempts per game. His second week of Summer League featured a 29-point showcase in a loss against the Grizzlies and a 26-point performance in a win against the Timberwolves.

Mamu Steals Show
A new name has emerged onto the scene. The No. 54 pick in the 2021 draft – Sandro Mamukelashvili. He made the most of his opportunity by stuffing the stat sheet and taking a lead role on the Bucks’ Summer League roster.

Sandro opened his second week with a jaw-dropping 28-point performance to go alongside nine rebounds in a loss against the Celtics. He continued to enforce his will by tallying a double-double of 18 points and 15 rebounds in a win against the Timberwolves.

Mamu averaged 20.5 points and 8.8 rebounds on 48.1% shooting. The 23-year-old’s aggressive play attributes to the hard-nosed culture the Bucks have established as an organization.

Mobley Show Signs of Improvement 
The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Atlanta Hawks 94-90, and Isaiah Mobley, the brother of Cavs’ star Evan Mobley, showed some signs of improvement in the win.

Mobley finished with 15 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in 26:55. He made four of 10 shots from the floor and one of three from deep. He also made six of his seven free throws.

The USC product did not have the best performance in the Summer League this year and might likely not earn a roster spot in Cleveland, but he will get some much-needed time in the G League to develop.