Former NC State point guard Lorenzo Brown recorded a triple-double for the 905 Raptors last night.
Brown signed a two-way contract with the Raptors this offseason, dividing his time between the Toronto Raptors in the NBA, and their G-League affiliate 905.
Last night Brown shredded the nets for 36 points, grabbed 11 boards, and dishes the rock for 11 assists.
Lorenzo Brown was tremendous, posting a 36-11-11 triple-double. Obviously, a triple-double or a 36-point game on their own stand out, and doing both together really requires someone to be at their best. The bulk of the 905’s offense came from Brown’s ability to get into the teeth of the defense, and his decision-making was better than the seven turnovers would suggest. There remains absolutely zero doubt about his ability to dominate at this level or help lead the 905 on that end of the floor when assigned. He was also a team-best plus-6. (Link)
In 7 games with 905, Brown is averaging 18.6 points, 7.3 assists, 4.3 rebounds, and 2.9 steals. Brown has also played 5 games for the Toronto Raptors, averaging 9.4 minutes per contest.