Stories about the 2014 Orlando Pro Summer League
A balanced Magic squad upset the Pistons on Friday in its Orlando Pro Summer League finale.
The Grizzlies and Sixers face off for the title Friday at noon, but four other games are also on tap.
Here's what the standings look like now that tournament play has concluded.
These are some notes and observations from the fifth day of Summer League.
Despite a strong game from Elfrid Payton, the Magic couldn't get past Boston on Thursday.
The Pacers take on the Heat in an Eastern Conference Finals rematch, of sorts, as part of Thursday's action.
With five days of Summer League play in the books, we glance at the standings.
Two of the league's top three teams take the floor Wednesday.
Aaron Gordon and Victor Oladipo had rough days Tuesday as Orlando fell to 2-1. Tyler Lashbrook has those stories and more.
With four days of Summer League play in the books, we glance at the standings.
The Grizzlies bullied the Magic on Tuesday, dropping the Orlando Pro Summer League hosts to 2-1.
Each of the top four teams will play when the league resumes for its fourth day.
What stood out to Tyler Lashbrook as Orlando Pro Summer League continued Tuesday? He offers his insights here.
With three days of Summer League play in the books, we glance at the standings.
The Magic improved to 2-0 in Summer League play Monday.
Three more games are set for the third day of the annual event.
With two days of Summer League play in the books, we glance at the standings.
A light schedule features just three games on the second day of the event.
Tyler Lashbrook dishes on the first day of Orlando Pro Summer League play.
Jeremy Lamb and Perry Jones III headline a talented OKC squad.
After one day of Orlando Pro Summer League play, the Grizzlies lead in the standings.
Elfrid Payton and Aaron Gordon had uneven performances, but Victor Oladipo saved Orlando's bacon against Philly.
All 10 teams in the 2014 event will take the floor when it tips off Saturday.
With no 2014 NBA Draft selections, Indiana brings to Orlando a roster of Pacers veterans, NBA D-League prospects, and players with international experience.
Stan Van Gundy's crew includes three players familiar with him from his days with the Orlando Magic.
Nick Johnson headlines a Rockets team flush with undrafted talent.
Memphis brings three rookies and several international free agents to Orlando.
2013 lottery pick Nerlens Noel could make his Sixers début.
The defending Eastern champions bring to Orlando a roster rich with international free agents.
All-Rookie center Mason Plumlee joins two Nets veterans, three rookies, and a host of others on Brooklyn's team.
Boston's entry includes second-year big man Kelly Olynyk and rookie guard Marcus Smart.
Orlando's three rookies will join Victor Oladipo, Dewayne Dedmon, and 14 other players on the 2014 summer squad.