"Summer League has become such an integral part of the NBA calendar, especially in Las Vegas," said Kiki Vandeweghe, the NBA's executive vice president of basketball operations. "It's grown exponentially. You kind of think about where Summer League has come from, years ago. Now it's become this event that all 30 teams have to be a part of."
"My best asset today was making her continually play on her service games. Whether it was not a great return that just got over the net, I know as a big server it's really annoying when your serve keeps coming back," Vandeweghe said. "I know that's what my main focus was - just to get it back, not have her have a free point too easily."