Anthony Morrow set an NBA summer league scoring record with 47 points in the Warriors' 104-84 rout of the New Orleans Hornets on Thursday in Las Vegas.
Anthony Randolph, who tied what was then the scoring record with 42 points on Tuesday, sat out the summer league finale with a sprained right wrist.
For the second straight season, the Warriors finished 4-1 in the summer league.
Morrow set the record on a baseline jumper with just over two minutes to go in the fourth quarter. Morrow connected on 18 of his 26 shot attempts, including 7-for-9 from 3-point range and 4-for-4 from the free-throw line.
Morrow scored 20 of his points in the first quarter. He made eight of his 10 shots in that span, including 2-for-2 from 3-point range as the Warriors took a 10-point lead.
Lawrence Hill joined Morrow in double figures for the Warriors, as the former Stanford star knocked down 13 points. New Orleans was led by Marcus Thornton's 21 points.
Jazz: The team posted on its Web site that it plans to match Portland's offer to forward Paul Millsap, a restricted free agent. A formal announcement was scheduled for today, the last day Utah can match the $32 million deal that includes $10.3 million up front. Millsap averaged 13.5 points and 8.6 rebounds last season, playing mostly as a reserve.
Timberwolves: Minnesota cannot do much financially to help Ricky Rubio with a multimillion-dollar buyout of his contract with DKV Joventut in Spain. So team president David Kahn will head across the Atlantic next week to meet with the team personally in hopes of lowering the $6.6 million price tag that has threatened to keep the wunderkind point guard in Europe for at least next season.
Knicks: David Lee's unresolved contract situation will keep him on the sideline next week when USA Basketball holds its minicamp in Las Vegas. Mark Bartelstein, Lee's agent, said the forward will travel to Las Vegas but won't take part in competition. Lee is a restricted free agent, and the Knicks can match any offer he receives.