Goodwin Looking Good

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Updated: 7/21/2013 12:08 am
The NBA summer league - the off-broadway version of NBA action - a proving ground of sorts for the league's young talent.

Former Cat Archie Goodwin making believers out of doubters during the exhibition season.

The 29th overall pick of the Phoenix Suns, showing a deft left hand early against the Toronto Raptors. Smooth transition to his right hand for the score.

Goodwin - not conservative on this night. Hitting the first of his two 3-pointers from the right wing.

Showing he can finish in the restricted area - the place all athletic guards must prove their mettle.

Takes the hand-off. Dribbles once and drains the three from the top of the key.
 
Finishing with 20 points - his second 20-point effort in Vegas.

Sky's the limit for the newest sun. Archie on his rise.

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