July 20, 2009
AUBURN - Former Auburn forward Quan Prowell averaged 3.2 points
and 4.2 rebounds in helping the Golden State Warriors to a 4-1 record in
the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
Prowell, a native of Columbus, Ga., started the Warriors'
final game in a 104-84 victory over the New Orleans Hornets and had
eight points and six rebounds in 25 minutes. He made 3-of-5 shots from
In other games, Prowell scored four points in five minutes in a
95-83 victory over the Chicago Bulls, had two points and a board each in
a 97-69 victory over the Detroit Pistons and a 98-95 win over the
Sacramento Kings, and had a rebound in eight minutes in the summer
league opening 73-69 loss to the Houston Rockets.
In summer league play, Prowell averaged 9.2 minutes a game while
shooting 53.8 percent from the field.
Anthony Randolph led the Warriors averaging 26.8 points, Anthony
Morrow added 24.7 points, Cartier Martin 19.7 points and rookie Stephen
Curry 17.4 points. Acie Law averaged 5.2 points and Alabama*s Jermareo
Davidson averaged 2.0 points.
Prowell averaged a team-high 15.0 points and 6.3 rebounds as a
senior for Auburn in 2007-08.
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