Pacers vs. Orlando Blue

Tyler Harvey scores 24 points for Orlando but Joe Young's 28 points leads the Pacers over the Magic.

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Pacers vs. Orlando Blue

Tyler Harvey scores 24 points for Orlando but Joe Young's 28 points leads the Pacers over the Magic.
Jul 9, 2015  |  01:01

Young's 28 Points

Joe Young records 28 points and three assists to lead the Pacers over Orlando Blue.
Jul 9, 2015  |  01:10

Postgame: Young on Thursday's Win

July 9, 2015 - Pacers guard Joe Young talks with the media after scoring 28 points in a 91-85 win in the Orlando Summer League.
Jul 9, 2015  |  03:17

Postgame: Onuaku on Thursday's Win

July 9, 2015 - Pacers forward Arinze Onuaku talks after tallying 11 points and nine rebounds in a 91-85 Summer League win.
Jul 9, 2015  |  01:06

Larry Bird

Pacers' president, Larry Bird joins Greg and Vince to discuss the state of the Pacers.
Jul 9, 2015  |  03:46

Onuaku Denies Morgan

Arinze Onuaku rises up for the big block on Jordan Morgan's dunk attempt.
Jul 9, 2015  |  00:14

Game Rewind: Pacers 91, Orlando Blue 85 (Summer League)

By David Benner | Pacers.com

Orlando -- The Indiana Pacers posted their first victory in the Southwest Airlines Summer Pro League Thursday afternoon by beating the Orlando Magic Blue team, 91-85, at the Amway Center.

The Pacers' top draft pick, Myles Turner, sat out the game for rest, but second-round pick Joe Young picked up the slack. The 6-1 point guard led all scorers with 28 points, hitting 9-of-17 shots from the floor that included 5-of-9 on 3-pointers. Through three games, Young is averaging 20.7 points per game on 52 percent shooting from the floor, 53 percent on 3-pointers and 90 percent from the line.

Turner has been equally impressive in the three games he has played, averaging 18.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.3 blocks per game.

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Prior to Thursday's game, the Pacers added 6-9 forward Amath M'Baye to their summer league roster. He played with the Pacers' Summer league team in 2013. He was added as the Pacers were without Turner, Solomon Hill (he returned home), Shayne Whittington (personal reasons) and Matt Stainbrook, who left to play in the Las Vegas Summer League. When the Pacers play on Friday (2:00 PM against Orlando's Blue team once again) they will be without Romero Osby, who left after Thursday's game for Las Vegas.

Against the Magic Blue, all 10 Pacers available scored with Osby adding 12 and Arinze Onuaku, starting for Turner, had 11 with nine rebounds and three blocked shots.

"We looked like a team out there," said Pacers assistant coach Dan Burke. "Joe pressuring their point guards set the tone for how we wanted to play. We were the aggressors. And Arinze was a calming factor for us. He got the court spaced and made the game easier."

Said Young, "Coach told me the point guard sets the tempo for the team so I wanted to pick up all 94 feet. Our intensity was off the charts."

RELATED: More on Orlando Summer League »

2015 Pacers Summer League Game Schedule

Saturday, July 4: Pacers 76, Miami 92
Monday, July 6: Pacers 76, Orlando White 85
Wednesday, July 8: Pacers 65, Detroit 90
Thursday, July 9: Pacers 91 Orlando Blue 85
Friday, July 10 (Championship Day): Pacers vs Orlando Blue (2:00 PM)

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