Pacers 78 (2-0), Oklahoma City 74 (0-2)

July 7, 2012 | Updated: July 10, 2012, 2:58 PM

Orlando — The Indiana Pacers summer league team ran its record to 2-0 with a 78-74 victory over Oklahoma City Tuesday at the Amway Center.

Veteran Lance Stephenson led the Pacers with 28 points in a solid all-around performance. He hit 10 of 14 from the floor and had seven assists with no turnovers in 33 minutes.

"No turnovers, that's part of being patient and protecting the ball," said Stephenson. "I was very patient today and let the game come to me. I was trying not to force things."

"I think Lance grew a little bit today," said Pacers assistant coach Dan Burke, who is coaching the team here. "He tried to run his team, he shared the ball and did a good job defensively with a tough assignment in Reggie Jackson (who was 5 for 15)."

The Pacers led most of the game, building a lead as big as 11 points in the third quarter. Oklahoma City took a 61-59 lead with 7:13 left to play in the game, but the Pacers responded with a 10-0 run and never trailed after that.

"They made a run each half and we responded," said Burke. "Our team defense the first two games has been great with some fantastic individual efforts."

Rookie Miles Plumlee was the only other Pacers players in double figures with 14. The Pacers got a nice lift from Brownsburg's Julian Mavunga, who scored six points with three rebounds in just 13 minutes.

Veteran Jeff Pendergraph had six points and seven rebounds in just 7:57 as he left the game with a sore back. Jarrid Famous (sore back) and Reggie Hamilton (sprained left ankle) did not play.

Wednesday, the Pacers meet Boston in the first game of the day, starting at 11:00 a.m.

Pacers first-round pick Miles Plumlee was the only other Pacers player in double-figures, scoring 14 points. Second-round pick struggled mightily from the floor, going 0-10, but contributed in other ways with 4 boards, 5 assists, 1 block, and no turnovers.

Oklahoma City Roster

  • 45 Cole Aldrich C 6'11" 240 lbs 10/31/88 Kansas/USA
  • 23 Morris Almond G 6'6" 220 lbs 02/02/85 Rice/USA
  • 31 Kent Bazemore G/F 6'5" 195 lbs 07/01/89 Old Dominion/USA
  • 12 Dwight Buycks G 6'3" 190 lbs 03/06/89 Marquette/USA
  • 7 Marquez Haynes G 6'3" 185 lbs 12/19/86 UT Arlington/USA
  • 11 Lazar Hayward F 6'6" 225 lbs 11/26/86 Marquette/USA
  • 25 John Holland G 6'5" 205 lbs 11/06/88 Boston University/USA
  • 15 Reggie Jackson G 6'3" 208 lbs 04/16/90 Boston College/USA
  • 3 Perry Jones F 6'11" 235 lbs 09/24/91 Baylor/USA
  • 42 James Mays F 6'8" 227 lbs 03/08/86 Clemson/USA
  • 30 Gary McGhee C 6'10" 250 lbs 10/28/88 Pittsburg/USA
  • 33 Ryan Reid F 6'8" 235 lbs 10/30/86 Florida State/USA
  • 22 Garrett Temple G 6'5" 200 lbs 05/08/86 Louisiana State/USA
  • 21 Latavious Williams F 6'8" 225 lbs 03/29/89 Christian Life Center High (TX)/USA

2012 Orlando Summer League Rules

  • 10-minute quarters
  • 3-minute overtime period(s)
  • 5 full timeouts per team per game
  • 2 one-minute mandatory TV timeouts per quarter on the first dead ball at 5:59 and then again at 2:59 on clock
  • Maximum of 3 full timeouts to be used in the 4th quarter per team
  • 1 :20 second timeout per team per half
  • 1 full timeout and one :20 second timeout per overtime period per team
  • Teams will be in the penalty on the 5th team foul of each quarter
  • Teams will be in the penalty in overtime on the 3rd team foul
  • No foul out rule – for each personal foul in excess of 6, the opposing team receives 2 free throws. For each personal foul in excess of 10, the opposing team receives 2 free throws and the ball.
  • 10-minute halftime periods during games
  • 10-minute intermission between games