Ah, summer basketball is officially upon us. While many of the 76ers faithful are focusing on the action happening in the Orlando Summer League, there are some other 76ers scattered across the country taking names in Pro Am’s. One of these players would be the always entertaining Tony Wroten, who’s spending his summer playing at the Seattle Pro Am, a league made famous by Jamal Crawford.
According to Chris Reichert of Crabdribbles.com, HoopsHabit.com and RidiculousUpside.com, Tony Wroten had quite the game on Sunday. Reichert was there covering the event and witnessed Wroten’s masterful performance firsthand.
Tony Wroten scored 52 points on 21-of-38 shooting, but shot 6-of-20 from three. Wroten also grabbed seven rebounds in the contest. Seems that his jumper from three is still in the works for Wroten, but 52 points is 52 points. His game seems more suited in a Pro Am setting, where he can play at 100 mph and just go crazy. Wroten continues the tradition of 76ers dropping buckets in the Seattle Pro Am, as Spencer Hawes had a 60-point game last season.
There isn’t video of the performance yet, but it should popup soon enough. At least we know Tony Wroten is putting in work this offseason.