Three former Kentucky Wildcats scored in double figures on Thursday to lead the Phoenix Suns to a 106-80 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Summer League tournament in Las Vegas.
The Suns, led by 19 points from rookie Devin Booker, 18 from Archie Goodwin and 13 by Josh Harrellson, advanced to Friday's quarterfinals. T.J. Warren topped the Suns with 23 points.
Booker, the No. 13 overall pick in last month's NBA Draft, sparked a third quarter breakaway for Phoenix by scoring 10 points in a 30-14 Suns burst. Phoenix had trailed 52-50 at halftime.
Booker made seven of 13 shots from the field, including three of five three-point attempts.
Goodwin, who made six of 15 shots, added six rebounds and three assists. Harrellson had six rebounds and five assists.
First-round pick Rashad Vaughn from hometown UNLV tallied 17 points to lead Milwaukee.
The Suns next play Saturday against Toronto or Chicago.