Orlando Summer League 2017: Tuesday Scores, Stats, Highlights and Reaction

NBA Summer League does not sleep—not even on Independence Day. 

Players took the floor for the fourth day of action in Orlando on Tuesday, with the undefeated Indiana Pacers and Dallas Mavericks sitting atop the marquee. The Charlotte Hornets and undefeated Oklahoma City Thunder opened the day, and the Miami Heat and Detroit Pistons rounded things up with the afternoon capper.

Here’s a look at how everything played out while most were outside grilling and celebrating the holiday.

 

Charlotte Hornets 95, Oklahoma City Thunder 81

Treveon Graham continued his stellar Summer League performance Tuesday, pouring in a team-high 19 points as the Hornets earned a 95-81 win over the Thunder.

Graham knocked down six of his 12 shots, including three from long distance, and added eight rebounds. The former VCU standout has been arguably Charlotte’s best player through its first three games.

Dwayne Bacon added 17 points, and Kris Joseph came off the bench to score 12. The Hornets shot a solid 47.8 percent from the floor and knocked down 10 threes as a team. All nine players who played scored at least five points.

First-round pick Malik Monk continued to sit out as he deals with an ankle injury.

Five Thunder players scored in double figures, led by a 16-point effort from Vincent Hunter. Daniel Hamilton (15 points), Dylan Ennis (13 points), Rashawn Thomas (13 points) and Marcus Paige (12 points) were also in double figures.

Oklahoma City had won its first two games in Orlando. 

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