- Amin Elhassan, ESPN Staff Writer
As NBA summer league play winds to a close, the urge to make sweeping assumptions about players' NBA potential based on their performances in Las Vegas and Orlando becomes overpowering. The fact of the matter is that summer league should be looked at as a lab: an experimental environment to try new moves and new roles and develop new instincts. Nothing seen here is for certain, but often improvements to a player's game get their first chance to shine in this semicompetitive situation.
Amin Elhassan breaks down the improvements five Summer League standouts should focus on ahead of the upcoming season. Is Andrew Wiggins adjusting to the pro game? How can Trey Burke hold on to a starting spot alongside Dante Exum?