The 8th day of the NBA Summer League at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion:
Results of Friday
■ Pacemaker 116, nets 79 – CJ Wilcox scored 22 points, Henry Sims 21 and Indiana Brooklyn with the biggest offensive outbreak of the Summer League. The Pacers shot 48.8 percent out of the field and led despite their last two first round, Aaron Holiday and TJ Leaf, not more. Center Tyler Davis had 19 points to 8 for 11 shooting and seven rebounds to lead the nets.
■ Knicks 102, Pelicans 83 – The Knicks scored 62 points in the second half to pull away from New Orleans. Daniel Ochefu came off the bench to take 9 of 14 shots and score 22 points to lead the Knicks. New York as a team scored 50 percent. Garlon Green led New Orleans scorer with 23 points to 8-of-9 shooting.
■ Mavericks 96, Wizard 92 – Phil Greene made two free throws 5.5 seconds to help Dallas pass Washington. Jalen Jones and Josh Adams each had 21 points ahead of the Mavericks, who outperformed Wizards 36-30 in the fourth quarter. Las Vegas-born Troy Brown Jr. scored 25 points, six rebounds and three assists for Washington, and Thomas Bryant added 22 points.
■ Suns 90, Spurs 55 – Phoenix overtook Spurs 29-9 in the second quarter to take control. Reserve Javonte Green scored 20 points for the Suns, who made 51.6 percent of their shots. Maverick Rowan, who had 11 points, was the only double-digit track.
■ Timberwolves 83, Nuggets 71 – Keita Bates-Diop and Josh Gray each had 14 points to help Minnesota meet Denver. Amile Jefferson added five points and nine rewinds for the Timberwolves and paid dearly. He took an elbow to his face in the third quarter, knocking part of his tooth to the ground. Kenrich Williams led the Nuggets with 17 points.
■ Thunder 87, Magic 85 – Deonte Burton made a 10-foot shot at the buzzer to lift the thunder to victory. He finished with team highs of 17 points and eight rebounds. Rodney Purvis outperformed all Magic scorers with 20 points. For Orlando, former UNLV player Khem Birch scored four points and five rebounds.
■ Kings 69, Warriors 67 – Kendrick Nunn could not win the Golden State anymore and Sacramento earned a tough win. Anthony Brown led the kings with 17 points and Zach Auguste added 13 points and 11 rebounds. Nunn led the Warriors, who scored only 29.9 percent with 14 points in the game.
■ Hawks 97, L.A. Clippers 81 – Junior Robinson scored 20 points and Robert Johnson 18 to take Atlanta to victory. Teammate Alpha Kaba finished with 14 points and 15 rebounds. Jordan Mathews & # 39; 18 points led the Clippers.
Participation on Friday
8,248 (both places); Total: 104,313
Star of the day
The Thunder & # 39; s Burton not only managed the game and won almost twice, he also delivered three spectacular dunks. Burton had fans cheering whenever he touched the ball.
Three MASSIVE Jams and a game winner!
– NBA (@ NBA) July 14, 2018
Brown, who went to Centennial High School, continued his hot game. He now has 17.8 points and 6.8 rebounds.
Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo appeared in Cox to watch his brother Kostas at the Dallas Mavericks. Boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. sat at the place Thomas & Mack.
In the Cox Pavilion
■ Chicago vs. Detroit, 1:00 pm
■ Toronto vs. Charlotte, 15.00
At the Thomas & Mack Center
Cleveland vs. Houston, 1:30 pm
■ Boston vs. Miami, 15:30
■ Philadelphia against Milwaukee, 17:30
■ Utah Vs. Memphis, 19:30
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