LAS VEGAS — Tony Bradley took his time coming out of the Thomas and Mack Center locker room following the Utah Jazz’s 87-78 loss to the Houston Rockets on Thursday.

The former North Carolina big man continued to dominate this offseason with 23 points, 13 rebounds, two assists and two swats, but the Jazz fell to 2-2 in the Las Vegas Summer League after the latest loss.

Although the team was up and down, Bradley has remained rock solid.

“He’s just worked really, really hard,” Jazz assistant Vince Legarza said of Bradley. “He’s been really committed to the weight room and working with our strength and our performance staff.”

“He’s been really committed to the weight room and working with our strength and our performance staff.”

Jazz assistant Vince Legarza on Tony Bradley

Utah will play its final game in Sin City at 2 p.m. MT Saturday versus the Charlotte Hornets on NBA TV. The past couple weeks have been busy for the players with Salt Lake City Summer League games played at Vivint Arena from July 1-3 then the Las Vegas games starting right afterward on July 5.

Here are five things we learned about the squad during two weeks of Summer League action:

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