Chet Holmgren puts up an UNREAL stat line of 23 PTS, 7 REB and 6 BLK in Summer League debut 😳🔥

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In the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Summer League win over the Utah Jazz, Chet Holmgren scored 23 PTS to go along with 7 REB and 6 BLK. Holmgren is the first player with 5 blocks and 4 3-pointers in any Summer League game ever.

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