[caption id="attachment_17321" align="aligncenter" width="410"] AP Photo / Julie Jacobson[/caption] Aussie Aron Baynes is making the most out of his Summer League appearances, posting good numbers in all three of San Antonio's games. The New Zealand-born Aussie (yep!) is currently averaging 10 boards and 11.7 points per game and drawing praise from coaches. The Spurs currently sit at 2-1 in the Vegas Summer league, with tournament seeding about to begin. In Game 1 against the Charlotte Bobcats, he shot 2-of-5 and managed eight boards and one blocked shot. He improved on that in Game 2 where he shot 5-of-12, managed nine boards and two blocked shots. However, his most impressive game so far came against the Atlanta Hawks in Game 3, where he managed 15 boards, two blocked shots and 19 total points on 9-of-16 shooting. He was matched up against Hawks' center Lucas Nogueira (their 16th overall selection in the 2013 NBA draft) and seemed to dominate him most of the night. https://twitter.com/PaulGarciaPS/status/356973688207327232 Baynes joined the San Antonio Spurs in January of this year after going undrafted in 2009 (he played college ball for Washington State) and stints playing in Germany, Greece and Slovenia. After spending time in the D-League, his first game was in Game 4 of the first round of the NBA playoffs, facing off against Dwight Howard, no small challenge. His performance during this year's Vegas Summer League will hopefully turn heads, and there has been suggestions that the Spurs want to continue to develop his role on the team. It hasn't all been positive highlights for Baynes during this summer competition. This clip made the rounds earlier in the week: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbVp7EbHpU0 That dunk aside, If he continues to perform in the remaining Vegas Summer League games you have to feel good about his future in the NBA. Here's hoping he continues to see his role on the Spurs develop, and continues to impose that big frame and dominate defensively.