Semaj Christon played well for the Brooklyn Nets this Summer League. The guard got a good amount of playing time, averaging 15.8 minutes per game, and made the most of it.
He is a good offensive player who plays with passion. Christon was a standout in the Nets first Summer League game right off the bat. After his bright first quarter, however, he did not play close to that level throughout the remainder of Summer League.
Throughout the Summer League, he struggled shooting the ball from both mid-range and from behind the arc, shooting 18.5 percent overall and 1-for-8 from deep. He showed he can pass the ball, but can rush the play. He had some trouble with turnovers and can be careless with the ball.
Now, the guard can score and spread the floor, but his game is not ready for the NBA level.
His defensive game is average compared to other Summer League guards. He is not a great defender, but does not slack on that end of the floor.
After the first Summer League game, his minutes started to drop, limiting his play.
Overall, Christon had a decent Summer League run. His status on whether or not he will be invited to training camp is uncertain, but it is not likely he will be there. It is likely he will play overseas again next season.