The Philadelphia 76ers were defeated by the Indiana Pacers on Monday in an Orlando Summer League game at Amway Center, 69-63. It was the first game in Summer League play for either team.
Both teams looked out of sync on the offensive end of the floor in this game, which should be expected. After one quarter of play the score was tied at 12. The scoring started to pickup after halftime with the Pacers scoring 21 points in both the third and fourth quarters. The Sixers led 30-27 at the half but just couldn't hit enough shots in the second half to keep pace with Indiana.
Sixers 2012 first-round NBA Draft pick Moe Harkless had nine points, five rebounds and an assist in the game in 23 minutes. Jacob Pullen led Philadelphia with 15 points and was 3-6 from behind the arc. Xavier Silas and Justin Holiday were also in double figures with 10 points for the Sixers. The Pacers were led by 19 points and nine rebounds by Orlando Johnson. Lance Stephenson was also in double figures for Indiana with 13 points and Miles Plumlee had nine points and 10 rebounds.
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