On a night where former BYU guard Kyle Collinsworth finished with just four points in a 114-108 to the Raptors 905, he showed how valuable he can be thanks to his ability to do so many things on the floor.
Even though he totaled only two baskets on seven attempts from the floor, he barely missed on a double-double with game-highs of nine rebounds and nine assists. He also added a pair of blocks and two steals while not committing a turnover in 41 minutes.
Manny Harris and C.J. Williams provided most of the offense for the Legends in the loss. Harris totaled 35 points on 50 percent shooting from the floor and a perfect 11 of 11 from the free-throw line while Williams added 18 points on 4 for 9 shooting from beyond the arc.
Tony Wroten also reached double figures in scoring for Texas with 15 points, but connected on just 6 of 17 shots before he fouled out.
Sharp-shooter Brady Heslip led the way for the 905 with 24 points on six for 12 shooting from beyond the arc.
Axel Toupane added 19 points, while Edy Tavares and Yanick Moreira chipped in with 15 points a piece.
Through 25 games – including 12 starts – Collinsworth is averaging 6.4 points on 45.1 percent shooting from the floor, including 28.6 percent from 3-point land. He also chips in with 7.6 rebounds (3.0 offensive), 3.7 assists, 1.9 steals and nearly a block in 29 minutes.
Those numbers place him in the top 30 in the league in rebounding (22nd), offensive rebounding (11th), assists (27th), steals (12th) and blocks (28th).
Collinsworth and the Legends are back on the floor on Friday night as the Austin Spurs come to town.