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Women's swim and dive looks to make a big splash in 2012-13

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2012-13 Schedule

In the eyes of Wisconsin swimming and diving head coach Whitney L. Hite, the 2012 women's swim team is the perfect combination of the old and the new. After graduating five NCAA qualifying student-athletes last season, including recently-named U.S. National A Team member and 2011-12 Big Ten champ (100 breast and 200 medley relay), Ashley Wanland, the Badgers will look to build on the leadership of their nine seniors and improve across the board.

"We lost a lot of points last year, but I don't think it's rebuilding, I think of it more as reloading," Hite said. "We're bringing in some good freshman but most importantly I feel like all of our returners are better than they were last year at this point."

Highlighted by senior co-captains Hannah Ross and Ruby Martin, Wisconsin will attempt to make an even bigger jump than it did last season, finishing fourth at the Big Ten championships following a seventh-place finish in 2010-11, and a 15th-place finish at the NCAA Championships.

The women's squad begins its season in East Lansing, Mich., on Sept. 28, as it will swim against Michigan State before traveling to Ann Arbor the following day to compete against national-power Michigan.

"I don't think I've ever been associated with a team that's had meets in September, so that's a very early start," Hite said. "And certainly in traveling to take on Michigan State and Michigan, we're facing a great test right off the bat."

Following home meets against UW-Milwaukee and UW-Green Bay, the Badgers will travel to Minnesota before making the trip west to take on Stanford and California, two of the country's top programs, on separate dates.

Hite, who compiled this schedule with the hopes of preparing his student-athletes for the Big Ten and NCAA championships in February and March, has stocked the 2012 slate with trips to Stanford, USC and California, among others.

"If you look at our overall schedule, it's stronger than it was last year," Hite stated. "My main concern is making sure that everyone is prepared when we get to the Big Ten and NCAA meets."

Following a home meet against Northwestern on Nov. 8, the Badgers will hit the road for a dual with Big Ten foe Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio. Hite believes this is the premiere meet of the fall semester and believes his squad will bode well after a few days of rest. The Ohio State Invitational will provide a good measuring stick of where the team is and where they want to be heading into the holiday break and the new year.

With a semester of swimming under their belts, the team will train in Hawaii for 10 days while taking on the University of Hawai'i on Jan. 5. The big test comes seven days later, when the Badgers head back to the mainland to take on USC in Los Angeles.

"I feel that meet is really important in terms of getting us back into our racing mode," Hite said. "And if you want to be the best, you have to seek out the best and that's exactly what we're trying to get across to our athletes."

In what will be UW's final tune-up for their last home meet and the Big Ten Championships, the Badgers will swim against perennial-powers Virginia and Virginia Tech on Jan. 25 and 26, respectively, before heading home for their final home meet, the Big Ten Quad Duals, on Feb. 1-2. After finishing its season at home in early February, the women will make the trip to Bloomington, Ind., on Feb. 20-23 for the Big Ten Championships. Those who swim and qualify will move on to the 2012 NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Ind.

"I think overall the depth of this team is better this year on the women's side," Hite said. "And that's how you get better. In my opinion, if everyone is improving then the team benefits as a whole."

Badgers to Watch

Diving: After earning all-state honors all four years during her prep career, Wyoming native Kari Campbell will be looked at to carry the torch in a rather dominant event for the women's squad. Senior Roxanne Fitter is the veteran of the diving group and has made huge strides as she looks to finish strong in her final season in cardinal and white.

"We are looking for our freshman to step up this season," women's dive head coach Anton Slobounov said. "Kari Campbell has the right tools and natural ability to impact our team right away.  Out staff is excited to see how she performs this year."

Backstroke: The backstroke should be a strong event for UW this season with senior co-captains Ross and Martin anchoring the group. Martin, a 2011 First Team All-American and First Team All-Big Ten honoree, will look to qualify for the NCAA Championships for the second-straight year.  NCAA finalist Hannah Ross will also be a vital piece to the puzzle for the Badgers.

Sprint freestyle: The Martin sisters highlight the spring freestyle squad. Sophomore Ivy Martin is one of the more promising second-year returners to look for in 2012. Rebecka Palm has emerged as a premier sprint freestyle swimmer, while freshman Annie Tamblyn will add some depth for UW in the event.

Individual Medley: Senior Laura Miller will lead the group after competing in the 200 IM at the 2012 NCAA Championships. Monica Stitski will also be a premiere IM swimmer, having narrowly missed the final round of races in the 400 IM at last year's NCAAs. NCAA qualifier Aja Van Hout will also be a marquee performer in the IM this season for the Badgers.

Distance freestyle: Freshman Jenny Holtzen will carry the load in the distance and mid-distance events, and Monika Stitski and Aja Van Hout will also add to the strong mid-distance group in 2012.

Butterfly: Rebecka Palm leads the way in the butterfly and will serve as one of the leaders of the junior class this season. Palm received all-american recognition last season following her effort in the 200 medley relay at the NCAA Championships.

Breaststroke: In the breaststroke, depth is the name of the game and fortunately for the Badgers they have a solid core of swimmers to lead them in this event. UW's top returner is Paulina Grawlow, while LSU transfer Emily Schwabe will be expected to make a huge impact from day one. A trio of freshmen, Anna Meinholz, Kate Criter and Courtney Fosse, will all be asked to step in and provide depth right away in the breaststroke event.

Strong senior class, promising freshmen guide Badgers into 2012-13

2012-13 Schedule

A vastly improved Wisconsin men's swimming and diving squad will hit the waters for the first time this season later this month, and under the direction of second-year head coach Whitney L. Hite, the Badgers will look to build on a group of solid returners and a promising freshmen class.

After finishing eighth at the Big Ten meet last season, Hite is not shy about saying the expectations are much higher for his team this season. Hite regards this season's squad as a top-20 program and expects them to finish in the top half of the Big Ten.

"It would not surprise me if we were a top-20 team," Hite said. "The expectation is for us to be better than we were last year and our mindset is to do anything we can to get there."

The expectation of success this season has already been thoroughly discussed and Hite will do all in his power to make sure the 2012 Badgers peak at the right time, including putting together one of the deepest and most challenging schedules in recent years.

The men begin 2012 in East Lansing, Mich., on Sept. 28, competing against Michigan State before traveling to Ann Arbor the following day to take on national-power Michigan.

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"I don't think I've ever been associated with a team that's had meets in September, so that's a very early start," Hite said. "And certainly in traveling to take on Michigan State and Michigan, we're facing a great test right off the bat."

Following home meets against UW-Milwaukee and UW-Green Bay, the Badgers will travel to Minnesota before making the trip west to take on Stanford and California, two of the country's top programs, on separate dates.

Hite stocked the 2012 slate with trips to Stanford, USC and California, among others, hoping to build his team's confidence and work level heading into February and March.

"If you look at our overall schedule, it's stronger than it was last year," Hite stated. "My main concern is making sure that everyone is prepared when we get to the Big Ten and NCAA meets."

ollowing a home meet against Northwestern on Nov. 8, the Badgers will hit the road for an invitational with Big Ten foe Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio. Hite believes this is the premiere meet of the fall semester and believes his squad will bode well after a few days of rest. The Ohio State Invitational will provide a good measuring stick of where the team is and where they want to be heading into the holiday break and the new year.

With a semester of swimming under their belts, the team will train in Hawaii for 10 days while taking on the University of Hawai'i on Jan. 5. The big test comes seven days later, when the Badgers head back to the mainland to take on USC in Los Angeles.

"I believe if you want to be the best you have to go out and seek the best," Hite said. "We aren't timid or afraid of anyone -- we'll go out and swim anyone, anytime."

In what will be UW's final tune-up for their last home meet and the Big Ten Championships, the Badgers will swim against perennial-powers Virginia and Virginia Tech on Jan. 25 and 26, respectively, before heading back to Madison for their final home meet, the Big Ten Quad Duals, on Feb. 1-2. After finishing its season at home in early February, the men will make the trip to Bloomington, Ind., on Feb. 27-March 2 for the Big Ten Championships. Those who swim and qualify will move on to the 2012 NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Ind.

Badgers to Watch:
Wisconsin is led by its senior co-captains, Dan Lester and Michael Weiss, who both had successful campaigns during the summer as Weiss was recently named to the U.S. National Team and will compete at the 2012 Short Course World Championships from Dec. 12-16 in Istanbul, Turkey, as well as the 2013 World University Games in Kazan, Russia.

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Lester, who made an appearance at the Australian Olympic Trials prior to the 2012 Summer Games, is poised for an outstanding senior season.

"During NCAAs [Dan] was coming back from his Olympic trials and I feel he would have been really, really good," Hite said. ""Hopefully people have forgotten about him because we haven't and he's going to sneak up and have a great senior year in the butterfly and individual medley events."

All-American Weiss will look to improve on his third-place finish at the NCAA meet in the 400 IM and honorable mention all-american status last season in the 200 breaststroke and 500 free. The Reno, Nev., native will be asked to carry the load in the IMs and middle distance freestyle races, leading a team comprised of just one junior and four sophomores.

"Overall, we've got great leadership, not just in our captains, but in the entire senior class," Hite said. "They really do a great job of leading this team and they know that with so many freshmen that they've really accepted that challenge and have stepped up their game."

The lone junior, Tyler Hines, is expected to flourish this season in the mid-distance to distance freestyle events. Hines has already shown improvement and will be looked upon to carry Wisconsin in those events at dual meets and the Big Ten meet. The four previously mentioned sophomores are led by Drew DeTuits, who recently swam under two minutes in the 200 LCM backstroke and will be looked on to have a big impact this season.

Hite is most excited about his promising freshmen class, a group that was ranked sixth at the time of UW's announcement of its signees this past spring.

"When you go down the list, from top to bottom, this freshmen class is one of the best in the country," Hite said.

Among the newcomers are Josh Anderson who will make an immediate impact in the distance and IM events and John Bushman, who will make a push for NCAAs in the IM and breaststroke events.

In-state stars Austin Byrd (backstroke) and Ryan O'Donnell (backstroke) will be counted on to also make an immediate impact.

Along with the eight incoming swimmers, the Badgers are also welcoming in a pair of divers as UW will field its first dive team in two years.

"Hunter and Logan are a great addition to our diving team," diving coach Anton Slobounov said. "We are confident that the men's team will score points at dual meets and help our regular season record, as well as make an impact at Big Ten's."

Position Preview: Goalkeepers

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Position Preview: Defenders | Midfielders | Forwards

The Wisconsin women's soccer team enters its 2012 campaign cautiously optimistic, as head coach Paula Wilkins and the Badgers feature a balance of battle-tested veterans and ambitious newcomers.

The Badgers return 15 letter winners from a team that went 10-7-3 last season and finished fourth in the final Big Ten standings. Among the returners is senior defender Lindsey Johnson and sophomore forward Cara Walls. Johnson returns after earning All-Big Ten second-team honors, as well as All-Great Lakes second-team accolades in 2011. Walls started 17 games as a freshman and led the Badgers in points (19) and goals (9) en route to earning a spot on the Big Ten All-Freshman team last season.

Wisconsin also returns senior midfielders Joana Bielefeld and Monica Lam-Feist in 2012. Bielefeld started every game last season and is poised for a successful 2012 campaign after tallying four points on two assists and a goal last season, while Lam-Feist has missed only one start over the last three years.

For the Wisconsin women's soccer team, the 2012 season will be somewhat of a rebuilding process, as the Badgers lost Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year Michele Dalton to graduation and return only five starters from 2011.

After Wilkins gave eventual conference champ Penn State its one and only loss of the Big Ten slate last season, Wisconsin looked like the team to beat en route to the conference crown. This season the Badgers are poised to regain their stature as one of the most dominant teams in the Big Ten and will look to make a run toward a conference championship and its third appearance in the NCAA Tournament in the last four years.

Goalkeepers
Goalie is the most promising position for the Badgers, but is also the area that raises the most questions. Wilkins has two upperclassmen vying for the open spot in net, with junior Genevieve Richard also in the running once she returns from her trip to Japan with the Canadian National Team.

Seniors Olivia Hoff and Lauren Gunderson returned to preseason camp poised to replace Dalton in goal and have already pushed each other throughout the first few weeks of practice heading into the regular-season home opener. Gunderson and Hoff have impressed coaches in different ways so far, and Wilkins believes the competition will only make each of them even more solid as camp progresses.

It is hard to say whether either of the three has the ability to be as dominant as Dalton, who exited the UW as one of the most accomplished goalies in school history, but the fact that Wilkins has a choice between a pair of seniors and a junior, who will be returning from international play, bodes well for the Badgers heading into 2012.

Position Preview: Forwards

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Position Previews: Midfielders | Defenders | Goalkeepers

The Wisconsin women's soccer team enters its 2012 campaign cautiously optimistic, as head coach Paula Wilkins and the Badgers feature a balance of battle-tested veterans and ambitious newcomers.

The Badgers return 15 letter winners from a team that went 10-7-3 last season and finished fourth in the final Big Ten standings. Among the returners is senior defender Lindsey Johnson and sophomore forward Cara Walls. Johnson returns after earning All-Big Ten second-team honors, as well as All-Great Lakes second-team accolades in 2011. Walls started 17 games as a freshman and led the Badgers in points (19) and goals (9) en route to earning a spot on the Big Ten All-Freshman team last season.

Wisconsin also returns senior midfielders Joana Bielefeld and Monica Lam-Feist in 2012. Bielefeld started every game last season and is poised for a successful 2012 campaign after tallying four points on two assists and a goal last season, while Lam-Feist has missed only one start over the last three years.

For the Wisconsin women's soccer team, the 2012 season will be somewhat of a rebuilding process, as the Badgers lost Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year Michele Dalton to graduation and return only five starters from 2011. 

After Wilkins gave eventual conference champ Penn State its one and only loss of the Big Ten slate last season, Wisconsin looked like the team to beat en route to the conference crown. This season the Badgers are poised to regain their stature as one of the most dominant teams in the Big Ten and will look to make a run toward a conference championship and its third appearance in the NCAA Tournament in the last four years.

Forwards
This year's group of forwards represents Wilkins most experienced bunch, as 2011 All-Big 
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Ten Freshman team honoree, Cara Walls, returns for her sophomore campaign and will more than likely be the focus for the Badgers' offensive attack. 

Redshirt-junior Paige Adams (picture) has shown tremendous promise at the forward position after appearing in 14 games in 2011, and will be asked to take on more of a leadership role this season. Wilkins believes much of Walls' success this season will stem from the strong play of Adams, who will be asked to take on more of a leadership role in 2012. 

Position Preview: Defenders

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Position Preview: Midfielders | Forwards | Goalkeepers

The Wisconsin women's soccer team enters its 2012 campaign cautiously optimistic, as head coach Paula Wilkins and the Badgers feature a balance of battle-tested veterans and ambitious newcomers.

The Badgers return 15 letter winners from a team that went 10-7-3 last season and finished fourth in the final Big Ten standings. Among the returners is senior defender Lindsey Johnson and sophomore forward Cara Walls. Johnson returns after earning All-Big Ten second-team honors, as well as All-Great Lakes second-team accolades in 2011. Walls started 17 games as a freshman and led the Badgers in points (19) and goals (9) en route to earning a spot on the Big Ten All-Freshman team last season.

Wisconsin also returns senior midfielders Joana Bielefeld and Monica Lam-Feist in 2012. Bielefeld started every game last season and is poised for a successful 2012 campaign after tallying four points on two assists and a goal last season, while Lam-Feist has missed only one start over the last three years.

For the Wisconsin women's soccer team, the 2012 season will be somewhat of a rebuilding process, as the Badgers lost Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year Michele Dalton to graduation and return only five starters from 2011.

After Wilkins gave eventual conference champ Penn State its one and only loss of the Big Ten slate last season, Wisconsin looked like the team to beat en route to the conference crown. This season the Badgers are poised to regain their stature as one of the most dominant teams in the Big Ten and will look to make a run toward a conference championship and its third appearance in the NCAA Tournament in the last four years.

Defenders
Johnson (pictured) headlines the center backs, as the All-Big Ten performer will make the move to the middle to complement redshirt-sophomore Alexandra Heller. Johnson and Heller's leadership will be fundamental to the success of the Badger's defenders this season, as a wealth of freshman will compete for playing time at the outside backs position. 

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Wilkins has been intrigued by the energy of the freshman at this stage in camp and looks forward to the progress the newcomers will make throughout the year. The outside back position is a vital part of Wilkins' attacking mentality, so expect the most technical and high-energy newcomer to lead the charge from the outside defender position.

Position Preview: Midfielders

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Position Preview: Defenders | Forwards | Goalkeepers

The Wisconsin women's soccer team enters its 2012 campaign cautiously optimistic, as head coach Paula Wilkins and the Badgers feature a balance of battle-tested veterans and ambitious newcomers.

The Badgers return 15 letter winners from a team that went 10-7-3 last season and finished fourth in the final Big Ten standings. Among the returners is senior defender Lindsey Johnson and sophomore forward Cara Walls. Johnson returns after earning All-Big Ten second-team honors, as well as All-Great Lakes second-team accolades in 2011. Walls started 17 games as a freshman and led the Badgers in points (19) and goals (9) en route to earning a spot on the Big Ten All-Freshman team last season.

Wisconsin also returns senior midfielders Joana Bielefeld and Monica Lam-Feist in 2012. Bielefeld started every game last season and is poised for a successful 2012 campaign after tallying four points on two assists and a goal last season, while Lam-Feist has missed only one start over the last three years.

For the Wisconsin women's soccer team, the 2012 season will be somewhat of a rebuilding process, as the Badgers lost Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Year Michele Dalton to graduation and return only five starters from 2011.

After Wilkins gave eventual conference champ Penn State its one and only loss of the Big Ten slate last season, Wisconsin looked like the team to beat en route to the conference crown. This season the Badgers are poised to regain their stature as one of the most dominant teams in the Big Ten and will look to make a run toward a conference championship and its third appearance in the NCAA Tournament in the last four years.

Midfielders
A mixture of experience and depth highlight the Badger's midfielders, where Lam-Feist, along with junior Nicole La Petina, redshirt senior Erin Jacobsen and fellow seniors Lindsey Hamann and Joana Bielefeld will all look to lead a talented group of freshman into the 2012 season.

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Lam-Feist (picture) will be asked to complement Walls and Adams, as the senior distributes the ball well in the open-field and has the athleticism that is necessary for the Badgers to attack and get good looks at the goal. Bielefeld will return for her final season in cardinal and white, after earning UW's most improved player award in 2011. The Brookfield native has drawn praises from Wilkins for her solid play in the air and also for her work ethic and attention to detail.

Jacobsen and redshirt sophomore Kodee Williams are two key players who are returning to the Badgers in 2012 after missing last season due to injury. Jacobsen, who Wilkins cited as being the most important player for the Badgers two years ago, will be relied upon to do most of the heavy lifting from the midfield position, as well as chart the development of the incoming freshman who will hopefully be called on to assist in the efforts from that position. Madison native McKenna Meuer has garnered praise from coaches for her work ethic and will likely be called on to make an early impact from the midfield.

Butch, Taylor shine in NBA Summer League finales

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Four Badgers will compete in the 2012 NBA Summer League, with the hopes of earning an invitation to an NBA training camp this coming fall. Brian Butch, Marcus Landry, Kammron Taylor and recent graduate Jordan Taylor will look to showcase their talents in front of numerous NBA scouts and GMs during the five-game, two-week slate, which is set to begin Friday, July 13th at the Thomas & Mack Center and the Cox Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. 

Taylor ended his NBA Summer League experience with an eight-point, four-assist, three-rebound performance in the Hawks' 84-78 loss to the Portland Trailblazers Thursday night. Taylor garnered his first and only start in his final summer league contest, finishing the five game stretch with averages of 5.8 points, 2.8 assists and 2.4 rebounds, including a 3.5-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio. Despite a 2-3 record in the summer league, Taylor's strong, consistent play during the five games bodes well as GMs evaluate the participants heading into training camp this fall.

Schedule (All times CT):
Game 1: Atlanta 102, Washington 82 - 17 mins, 7 pts, 1 stl, 1 ast, 1 TO 
Game 2: Atlanta 76, San Antonio 82 - 11 mins, 3 pts, 2 ast, 1 TO
Game 3: Atlanta 69, Boston 87 - 20 mins, 4 pts, 5 ast, 6 reb, 0 TO
Game 4: Atlanta 67, Dallas 61 - 16 mins, 7 pts, 2 ast, 3 rebs, 1 TO
Game 5: Atlanta 78, Portland 84 - 25 mins, 8 pts, 4 ast, 3 rebs, 1 TO
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Brian Butch (2004-08) - Milwaukee Bucks 
In his NBA Summer League finale, Butch garnered the most minutes off of the bench (18) and tallied nine points (4-for-8, 50.0 percent), eight rebounds and two blocked shots in the Bucks', 113-68, thrashing of the Chicago Bulls. Butch, who has spent time in the NBA with the Denver Nuggets, also showed his stroke from beyond the arc, going 1-for-2 (50.0 percent) from three-point range. After his final contest, Butch averaged 5.6 points and 2.5 rebounds through three NBA Summer League games played. His previous experience, as well as his strong play toward the end of the summer league slate, bodes well for the former Badger heading into the evaluation period just before NBA training camp kicks off this fall.

Schedule (All times CT):
Game 1: Milwaukee 76, New Orleans 68 - 10 mins, 4 pts, 2 rebs
Game 4: Milwaukee 88, Boston 87 - 9 mins, 2 pts, 5 rebs, 1 blk
Game 5: Milwaukee 113, Chicago 68 - 18 mins, 9 pts, 8 rebs, 2 blks
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landry_suns_square.jpgMarcus Landry (2006-09) - Phoenix Suns 
Landry has made the most of his time in the 2012 NBA Summer League and did not disappoint in the Suns' final game, posting a 15-point effort in Phoenix's, 96-87, summer league finale victory over Memphis. In 25 minutes played, the former Badger went 5-for-10 (50.0 percent) from the field, including a 2-for-6 (33.3 percent) performance from beyond the arc. Landry finished the summer league averaging 12.2 points and 4.2 rebounds, while shooting nearly 40.0 percent from three-point range. Landry scored in double-figures all five games and was one of the most consistent free agents of the summer league. He will hope to see that consistency result in an invite to an NBA training camp this fall.

Schedule (All times CT):
Game 1: Phoenix 99, New York 74 - 20 mins, 12 pts, 5 rebs, 1 stl
Game 2: Phoenix 74, Cleveland 89 - 19 mins, 11 pts, 3 rebs
Game 3: Phoenix 61, New Orleans 78 - 28 mins, 11 pts, 5 rebs, 1 ast
Game 4: Phoenix 75, NBA D-League 89 - 12 mins, 6 pts, 0 rebs, 0 ast
Game 5: Phoenix 96, Memphis 87 - 25 mins, 15 pts, 2 rebs, 1 ast
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Kammron Taylor (2004-07) - Minnesota Timberwolves
Taylor was the final Badger to finish his summer league experience, tallying 15 points, three assists and three rebounds in the T'Wolves', 97-91, win over the Memphis Grizzlies Sunday night. Taylor got the start, going 5-for-8 (62.5 percent) from the field, and knocked down the game-clinching free throws, finishing 5-for-6 (83.3 percent) from the stripe. After seeing action in four of Minnesota's five summer league games, Taylor ended with averages of 10.0 points, 2.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists, tallying highs in points (15) and assists (3) in his final game. 

Schedule (All times CT):
Game 1: Minnesota 73, LA Clippers 64 - 14 mins, 2 pts, 2 ast, 4 reb 
Game 3: Minnesota 78, Cleveland 65 - 18 mins, 12 pts, 2 ast, 3 rebs
Game 4: Minnesota 86, D-League 78 - 21 mins, 11 pts, 2 ast, 1 reb
Game 5: Minnesota 97, Memphis 91 - 22 mins, 15 pts, 3 ast, 3 rebs

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