The NBA Summer League officially began Friday and former University of Alabama guard Josh Primo saw two games of action throughout the weekend.

In the Spurs' first weekend matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night, Primo was everything the Spurs hoped he would become when they drafted the young play-maker a year ago.

Primo was electric on the night scoring 20 points on seven of twelve shots including a red hot five of seven from the triple. Primo would add on five assists and a block in 29 minutes of play but unfortunately, it would not be enough as the Cavs would defeat the Spurs 99-90.

Sunday evening would be a different story for Primo as he could hardly get anything to fall against the Golden State Warriors.

Primo shot an abysmal 2-of-15 from the field and knocked down just one of his five three-point tries, the majority of Primo's ten points would come from the free-throw line, but even there he was only able to knock down five of his nine shots from the stripe.

Primo was able to add five boards, four assists and one block, but in order for him to garner any serious playing time when the regular season rolls around, he is going to have to become much more consistent.

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