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Iwundu completes NBA Summer League slate with Magic

Checking in with the former K-State forward

Kansas State v Cincinnati Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Wesley Iwundu officially has NBA experience — sort of — under his belt.

The former K-State forward and his Orlando Magic club, which drafted him last month, went 2-3 in the Orlando Summer League, capping off the five-game slate with an 86-78 loss to the Charlotte Hornets on Thursday.

Iwundu played in all five games, averaging 5.6 points, 3.8 rebounds and 0.4 assists per game in an average of 22 minutes per contest. He shot 30.3 percent from the field.

He scored eight points twice, his best performances in the scoring department.

Iwundu recorded a few highlights, including this block-and-layup sequence against Miami on Sunday:

He also threw one down in Orlando’s loss to Dallas on Monday:

Finally, on Wednesday, on his way to five points and five rebounds, he posted a breakaway slam in Orlando’s win over New York:

Because he was drafted in the second round, Iwundu is not guaranteed any contract opportunities.

Certainly, though, a strong outing in the Summer League doesn’t hurt Iwundu’s chances moving forward.