NBA Summer League Wraps Up Another Memorable Year

July 19, 2012; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Toronto Raptors forward Chris Wright (7) and New York Knicks guard Chris Copeland (14) go for the ball during the first half of the game at the Cox Pavilion. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE

Sixty games in 10 days was just as beautiful as it sounds to Scott Schroeder, who wraps up the 2012 Las Vegas Summer League as it ends.

LAS VEGAS -- You know how they what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas? Well, while covering the NBA Summer League over the past 10 days, your's truly realized that what happens in Vegas doesn't necessarily stay in Vegas by choice -- the city just allows for too many fun stories that a lot of them don't quite make it home.

Sin City hosted 24 teams this past week -- each of which played five games apiece -- in what can only be described as Basketball Heaven. Sixty basketball games happened over the course of 10 days, and although some of them ran together (I swear the Atlanta Hawks played 27 games), it was overall a really enjoyable experience ... especially for a basketball junkie such as myself.

Quite a few of the most memorable moments have already been written about in this very StoryStream (David Harrison doing his best to make an NBA comeback, Josh Selby shooting the lights out, Adam Morrison rerouting himself to a resurgence and John Henson being better than anticipated, amongst others), but that wasn't all that happened this week in lovely Las Vegas.

Those that chose to stick out the entire Vegas experience truly were treated to the best of times, the worst of times and -- unfortunately -- even a bit of the blurst of times. Some of the more memorable moments have been brought up below:

There's still quite a bit left to file from lovely Las Vegas as the week progresses, but the above should serve as a nice quick recap for those that didn't follow all 10 glorious days of basketball.

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