Pacers Face Nets in Fifth Game of Summer League
by Jeff Tzucker | July 13, 2012
The Pacers lost their fifth and final game of the 2012 Orlando Summer League to the Brooklyn Nets today, 90-77. The Pacers, who started out 2-0 in Summer League play, lost three in a row to finish up 2-3.
The Pacers were led by Lance Stephenson's 19 points and 3 assists on 9-16 shooting. Second round pick Orlando Johnson finished with 17 points and 4 assists, but shot just 6-15 from the floor.
The Pacers ultimately couldn't slow down Nets guard Marshon Brooks. He set an Orlando Summer League single game scoring record with 34 points and 6 assists.
The loss was perhaps mitigated a bit by the news that Stephenson and Miles Plumlee were both named to the All-Summer League First Team.
Brooklyn Nets Roster
- MarShon Brooks, 6-5 G
- Stephen Dennis, 6-6 G
- Bryant Dunston, 6-8 F
- Jeff Foote, 7-0 C
- Ashton Gibbs, 6-2 G
- Taurean Green, 6-0 G
- Adam Morrison, 6-8 F
- Carleton Scott, 6-8 F
- Tornike Shengelia, 6-9 F
- Garrett Stutz, 7-0 C
- Tyshawn Taylor, 6-3 G
- Al Thornton, 6-8 F
- Julian Wright, 6-8 F
- Edwin Ubiles, 6-6 G
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