Canadian Dylan Ennis nets 23 points in first half of Summer League game

Oregon's Dylan Ennis (31) reacts during the first half in the semifinals of the Final Four. (David J. Phillip/AP)

The NBA Summer League can give undrafted players a second chance to impress. Former Oregon Duck Dylan Ennis tried his best to take advantage of his opportunity with the Golden State Warriors on Friday.

The 25-year-old guard caught fire in the first half, dropping 23 points on the summer version of the Clippers before the break. He went 6-of-8 on his three-point attempts.

Ennis finished the game with 35 points on 8-of-11 shooting from behind the arc. The summer Warriors went on to beat the Clippers 109-100.

Ennis is the older brother of Tyler Ennis, who most recently played for the Los Angeles Lakers. Dylan averaged 10.9 points at Oregon last season and was a key player in its Final Four appearance.

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