This afternoon, the Philadelphia 76ers took on the Indiana Pacers in Orlando Pro Summer League action as both teams were playing their second games. The Sixers are still looking for their first win but it would not come today as the Pacers dominated the game and won 96-75.
The score pretty much tells the story as the Sixers could not keep up the pace with the Pacers today. Sixers guard and former Temple Owl Khalif Wyatt led all scorers in today’s game with 25 points on 11 of 18 shooting. He had the hot hand early and often as he played much better versus the Pacers than he did Sunday against the Houston Rockets. Eleventh overall pick, Michael Carter-Williams had an okay game today as he only scored 13 points and dished out seven assists but didn’t have any turnovers. In Sunday’s game, Carter-Williams had nine turnovers by himself. Lastly, another bright spot for the Sixers in today’s game was Arnett Moultrie. Moultrie had a pretty solid game today as he had to go up against the likes of Miles Plumlee, who had a double-double consisting of 16 points and 15 rebounds.
On the Pacers side, they were led today in scoring by rookie Solomon Hill out of the University of Arizona. Hill had 22 points on 7 of 11 shooting and nine rebounds as he had an impact on today’s game. On Wednesday, the Sixers will be looking for their first win as they take on the Oklahoma City Thunder, who came off a one point victory today against the Orlando Magic.