Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Sixers drop to 0-3 in Orlando Pro Summer League

ORLANDO - The 76ers remain winless in the Orlando Pro Summer League after Wednesday’s 74-62 setback to the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Amway Center practice gym.

Sixers drop to 0-3 in Orlando Pro Summer League

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ORLANDO - The 76ers remain winless in the Orlando Pro Summer League after Wednesday’s 74-62 setback to the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Amway Center practice gym.

Swingman Rodney Williams scored 10 of his team-high 12 points in the first half for the (0-3). Reserve guard Justin Holiday added nine points with all of them coming after intermission.

Arnett Moultrie, Travis Leslie, James Southerland and Michael Carter-Williams all finished with seven points. Carter-Williams struggled through 3-for-16 shooting. The Sixers’ first-round pick also had five assists, four steals and four turnovers.

Jeremy Lamb led the Thunder (4-0) with 32 points.

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