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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Pepsi Pro Summer League Game 1

Redick Scores 30 in Summer-League Debut; Magic Beat Nets 85-74

I read what articles I could around the web in regards to game 1 of the Pepsi Pro Summer League. I also watched the Magic/Nets game. Overall, there were were a lot of positives. But instead of me saying what I saw, I'll defer to a fellow friend blogger, as it seems he was watching what I was. The link is above.


  • At 10:36 AM, Blogger Big Figure said…

    I watched the game also,the third quarter scoring was a little low mainly because both teams tried really hard to get their post games going getting the ball to the bigs on the low block. As soon as the magic got away from that and went back to what worked in the first half,the lead started to ballon and they were basically able to hold that lead for the rest of the second half. The Good: 5 players played really well for the magic,kruger,redick,smith,augustine and gortat. The Bad: Not much,only the turnovers in my opinion.

  • At 12:26 PM, Blogger Ben Q. Rock said…

    I think the dropoff in the third quarter had a lot to do with fatigue. The play-by-play guys brought up the temperature at least once every three minutes, and a few times players slipped on the floor due to precipitation. Maybe the a/c will be fixed in time for this afternoon's action.

  • At 7:19 PM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    Looks like Augustine and Gortat are bringing out the best in each other... should be very competitive between them for a backup PF spot as the summer league goes on and training camp comes around.

  • At 10:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    With no Darko, looks like Gortat and Augustine will see minutes this season


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