On Monday, the NBA Summer League Vegas games continued with multiple teams in action. Among them were the Phoenix Suns featuring No. 4 NBA Draft pick Josh Jackson as well as the Miami Heat with their top rookie Bam Adebayo. While Jackson put forth some impressive stats and a nice highlight dunk, his team came up short. Meanwhile, Adebayo and the Heat rolled to a victory. Here's a look at the latest top NBA Summer League performances from Monday from Jackson, Adebayo and other standouts.

Jackson, Adebayo impress

The Phoenix Suns made Josh Jackson the No.

4 pick for good reason. Not only was he the best player available at the spot, according to analysts, but he also is a freakishly gifted athlete. The former Kansas Jayhawks star has been on a tear so far in his summer league games and that continued on Monday. Among his highlight plays were several jams, including a rebound for a putback, and a monster dunk where he accelerated down the lane and slammed it home.

Jackson finished with 20 points on 7-for-17 shooting which included a 2-for-4 rate from downtown. In addition, he grabbed six boards, dished out two assists, and had a steal and a block.

Unfortunately, his Suns' team came up on the losing end to Houston, 99-94.

The Miami Heat came away with a 91-87 victory in their game against the Washington Wizards. Rookie Bam Adebayo continues to look solid in early action. On Monday, the rookie recorded 16 points along with seven rebounds and two steals. Teammate Matt Williams from UCF led the way with 17 points, while Trey McKinney-Jones added 15 and Okaro White 14 points, respectively.

Other top performances

The Toronto Raptors edged the Denver Nuggets 82-81 thanks to 17 points and 10 rebounds from Jakob Poetl, along with 17 points from Fred VanVleet. Alfonzo McKinnie also finished with a double-double of 11 points and 11 boards.

The Los Angeles Clippers received a 21-point performance from Montrezl Harell on 10-of-13 shooting in a 100-93 win over the Milwaukee Bucks.

Rashad Vaughn led Milwaukee with 21 points, while D.J. Wilson added 17 points, eight rebounds, and four assists.

Three other NBA Summer League games took place that were all blowouts. The Brooklyn Nets walloped the Pelicans 95-66, while Atlanta defeated Chicago 75-55. Also, in an NBA Finals rematch which didn't feature any of the major stars, Cleveland beat Golden State 91-74. Brandon Paul led the Cavs with 21 points on 8-for-12 shooting and also grabbed four rebounds.