The calendar says mid-July, but summer is over for Yankton's Colton Iverson and the rest of the Boston Celtics.

Iverson played in his fifth - and final - NBA Summer League game in Orlando Friday afternoon and he saved one of his best performances for last.

Playing 15:33 (about 1:30 less than his average the first four games), the second round draft pick hit on 4-of-6 from the floor and 4-of-4 from the line, for a summer high 12 points (9 more than his average coming in).

Iverson also pulled down 6 rebounds (3 offensive/3 defensive), which was 1 more than his average over the first four games.

The former Colorado State and University of Minnesota center was selected 53rd overall bu the Indiana Pacers at last month's NBA Draft.  The Pacers later dealt him to Boston.

Former South Dakota State guard Nate Wolters begins summer league play in Las Vegas this weekend with the Milwaukee Bucks.