Draft Combine Basketball

Eric Mika, from BYU, takes a shot during the NBA draft basketball combine Thursday, May 11, 2017, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

On the second night of the California Classic, former BYU center Eric Mika had a standout game.

Mika scored 13 points and grabbed a game-high 14 rebounds for the Sacramento Kings, which lost to the Miami Heat 89-88 in NBA summer league action. The Heat rallied from a 15-point deficit for the victory.

Mika played 26 minutes, made 6 of 9 field goals but converted just 1 of 5 from the foul line. Six of his rebounds were offensive. He also added one block and one assist.

Former Cougar Jimmer Fredette, who scored 14 points in his summer league debut for the Golden State Warriors, didn't fare as well on Tuesday. Fredette played 16 minutes in the Warriors 100-90 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. Fredette scored five points on 2 of 6 from the field, had three turnovers and missed all three 3-pointers he attempted.

The final night of the California Classic is Wednesday, with Golden State playing Miami at 1 p.m. MT and Sacramento taking on the Lakers at 3 p.m. MT. Both games are on NBA TV.

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Darnell Dickson, who has been covering sports in Utah since 1989 (with a detour to Nebraska for three years somewhere in there), is currently the BYU football columnist and BYU men’s basketball beat writer.

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