Orlando Summer Pro 2010: Final Standings & Leaders

Standings

Thunder      4-1
Bobcats      3-2
Jazz             3-2
Nets             3-2
Pacers         3-2
Sixers          3-2
Celtics         1-4
Magic          1-4

Individual Leaders(min 3 games played)

Points Per Game

1. 19.3    Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
2. 18.8   Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets
2. 18.8   Damion James, F, Nets
4. 17.8   Joe Crawford, G, Magic
5. 17.5   James Harden, G, Thunder

Rebounds Per Game

1.   9.0   Marreese Speights, F, Sixers
2.   7.8   Paul George, F, Pacers
3.   7.3   Kosta Koufos, C, Jazz
3.   7.3   Jeff Adrien, F, Magic
5.   7.0   Derrick Brown, F, Bobcats
5.   7.0   Magnum Rolle, C, Pacers

Assists Per Game

1.  6.0    Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
2.  5.8   Oliver Lafayette, G, Celtics
3.  5.3   Jeremy Pargo, G, Bobcats
4.  5.0   Eric Maynor, G, Thunder
4.  5.0   Oliver Lafayette, G, Celtics
4.  5.0   Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets

Blocks Per Game

1.   2.0  Magnum Rolle, C, Pacers
2.   1.4  Daniel Orton, C, Magic
3.   1.4  Conor Atchley, F, Nets
4.   1.3  Kosta Koufos, C, Jazz
5.   1.0  Several tied

Steals Per Game

1.   2.4   Paul George, F, Pacers
2.   1.7   James Harden, G, Thunder Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
3.   1.6   Evan Turner, G, Sixers
3.   1.6   Mike Green, G, Sixers
5.   1.5   James Harden, G, Thunder
5.   1.5   Donnell Taylor, G, Magic
5.   1.5   Russell Robinson, G, Pacers

Turnovers Per Game

1.   4.8  Paul George, F, Pacers
2.   4.2  Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets
3.   4.0  James Harden, G, Thunder
3.   4.0  Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
3.   4.0  Oliver Lafayette, G, Celtics

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Orlando Summer Pro League Leaders (Day 4)

Here are the leaders after Day 4. The final stats and league recap will be posted Saturday.

Standings

Bobcats      3-1
Pacers         3-1
Sixers          3-1
Thunder      3-1
Jazz             2-2
Nets             2-2
Celtics         1-3
Magic          0-4

Points Per Game

1. 23.0   Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets
2. 19.7   James Harden, G, Thunder
3. 19.3   Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
4. 18.8   Damion James, F, Nets
5. 18.7   Joe Crawford, G, Magic

Rebounds Per Game

1.   9.0   Marreese Speights, F, Sixers
2.   7.3   Kosta Koufos, C, Jazz
3.   6.8   Magnum Rolle, C, Pacers
3.   6.8   Paul George, F, Pacers
5.   6.7   Jeff Adrien, F, Magic

Assists Per Game

1.  6.3   Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets
2.  6.0   Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
3.  5.3   Jeremy Pargo, G, Bobcats
4.  5.0   Eric Maynor, G, Thunder
5.  4.8   Oliver Lafayette, G, Celtics

Blocks Per Game

1.   2.0  Magnum Rolle, C, Pacers
2.   1.3  Kosta Koufos, C, Jazz
3.   1.3  Daniel Orton, F, Magic
3.   1.3  Alexis Ajinca, C, Bobcats
3.   1.3  More Tied

Steals Per Game

1.   3.0   Paul George, F, Pacers
2.   2.0   James Harden, G, Thunder
3.   1.8   Evan Turner, G, Sixers
4.   1.7   Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
5.   1.5   Oliver Lafayette, G, Celtics

Turnovers Per Game

1.   5.3  Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets
2.   4.5  Oliver Lafayette, G, Celtics
3.   4.5  Paul George, F, Pacers
4.   4.3  James Harden, G, Thunder
5.   4.0  Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers

Orlando Summer Pro League Leaders

Here’s the league standings and leaders after Day3.

Standings

Sixers          3 -0  
Bobcats      2-1
Nets            2-1
Pacers        2-1
Thunder     2-1
Celtics        1-2
Jazz            1-2
Magic         0-3

Points Per Game

1. 23.0   Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets
2. 20.7   Damion James, F, Nets
3. 19.7   James Harden, G, Thunder
4. 19.5   Joe Crawford, G, Magic
5. 19.3   Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers

Rebounds Per Game

1.   9.0   Marreese Speights, F, Sixers
2.   8.3   Kosta Koufos, C, Jazz
3.   7.0   Jeff Adrien, F, Orlando Magic
3.   7.0   Paul George, F, Pacers
5.   6.3   3 tied

Assists Per Game

1.  6.7   Terrence Williams, G-F, Nets
2.  6.0   Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
3.  5.3   Jeremy Pargo, G, Bobcats
4.  5.0   Eric Maynor, G, Thunder
5.  4.5   Curtis Stinson, G, Magic

Steals Per Game

1.   3.0   Paul George, F, Pacers
2.   2.0   James Harden, G, Thunder
2.   2.0   Evan Turner, G, Sixers
4.   1.7   Jrue Holiday, G, Sixers
4.   1.7   Mike Green, G, Sixers

Blocks Per Game

1.   2.7  Magnum Rolle, C, Pacers
2.   1.7  Kosta Koufos, C, Jazz
3.   1.3  Daniel Orton, F, Magic
3.   1.3  Paul Davis, C, Magic
5.   1.0  Several Tied

Orlando Summer Pro League: Final Standings & Stats

Standings

Team_________W _L _PCT__GB__ PPG __OppPPG_ Margin

Indiana Pacers           5  0   1.00     _     84.0      75.2        +8.8   team stats
OKC Thunder             3  2   .600     2     82.6      76.4        +6.2   team stats
Utah Jazz                   3  2   .600     2     76.0      78.8        -2.2   team stats
Boston Celtics            2  3   .400     3     86.2      81.0        +5.2   team stats
Orlando Magic            2  3   .400     3     81.6      83.2        -1.6    team stats
NJ/PHI Nexers            0  6   .000     6     72.4      88.2       +15.8  team stats

Individual Leaders

(Min 3Games Played)

Points Per Game

1. 22.3   Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
2. 23.2   Ryan Anderson, F, Orlando Magic
3. 20.2   Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana Pacers
4. 18.2   Tyler Hansbrough, F, Indiana Pacers
5. 14.8   James Harden, G, OKC Thunder & Kasib Powell, F, Orlando Magic

Rebounds Per Game

1.   9.4   Ryan Anderson, F, Orlando Magic
2.   9.0   Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana Pacers
3.   7.3   Richard Hendrix, F, Orlando Magic
4.   6.6   Marreese Speights, F, NJ/PHI Nexers
4.   6.6   Terrance Williams, F, NJ/PHI Nexers

Assists Per Game

1.  7.8   Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
2.  4.8   Gabe Pruitt, G, Boston Celtics
3.  4.0   Shaun Livingston, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
4.  3.2   Eric Maynor, G, Utah Jazz
4.  3.2   A.J. Price, G, Indiana Pacers

Steals Per Game

1.   2.5   Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
2.   1.8   James Harden, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
3.   1.6   Jrue Holliday, G, NJ/PHI Nexers
3.   1.6   Terrance Williams, F, NJ/PHI Nexers
5.   1.3   several tied

Blocks Per Game

1.   2.2  Marreese Speights, F, NJ/PHI Nexers
2.   1.8  Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana Pacers
2.   1.8  Richard Hendrix, F, Orlando Magic
4.   1.5  Serge Ibaka, F, Oklahoma City Thunder
4.   1.5  Kyle Weaver, G, Oklahoma City Thunder

Turnovers Per Game

1.  5.0   Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
2.  4.0   Terrance Williams, F, NJ/PHI Nexers
3.  3.4   Jrue Holliday, G, NJ/PHI Nexers
4.  3.2   Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana Pacers
4.  2.4   J.R. Giddens, G, Boston Celtics

3PM

1.  15   Chris Lofton, G, Boston Celtics, .600%
2.  12   Ryan Anderson, F, Orlando Magic .414%
3.   9   Kasib Powell, F, Orlando Magic .444%
4.   8   A.J. Price, G, Indiana Pacers .571%
5.   7   Josh Duncan, F, Utah Jazz .778%

FG% (min 15 attempts)

1. .724   Josh Duncan, F, Utah Jazz
2. .679   Serge Ibaka, F, Oklahoma City Thunder
3. .667   Robert Swift, C, Boston Celtics
4. .633   Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana Pacers
5. .561   D.J. White, F, Oklahoma City Thunder

FT% (min. 12 attempts)

1. .920   Ryan Anderson, F, Orlando Magic
2. .917   Leo Lyons, F, Indiana Pacers
2. .917   Russell Robinson, G, Orlando Magic
4. .882   Marreese Speights, F, NJ/PHI Nexers
5. .854   Tyler Hansbrough, F, Indiana Pacers

Orlando Summer Pro League Day 3: Standings & Stats

Standings

Team_________W _L _PCT__GB__ PPG __OppPPG_ Margin

Indiana Pacers           3  0   1.00     _     87.0      78.0        +9.0   team stats
OKC Thunder             2  1   .666     1     90.0      83.3        +6.7   team stats
Orlando Magic            2  1   .666     1     90.0      85.3        +4.7   team stats
Boston Celtics            1  2   .333     2     83.6      78.3        +5.3   team stats
Utah Jazz                   1  2   .333     2     72.7      83.2       -10.5  team stats
NJ/PHI Nexers            0  3   .000     3     73.6      88.6       -15.0  team stats

Individual Leaders

(Min 2Games Played)

Points Per Game

1. 27.0   Ryan Anderson, F, Orlando Magic
2. 23.2   Russell Westbrook, G, Oklahoma City Thunder
3. 21.3   Tyler Hansbrough, F, Indiana Pacers
4. 19.0   Roy Hibbert, C, Indiana Pacers
5. 17.3   Chris Douglas-Roberts, G, NJ/PHI Nexers

Rebounds Per Game

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Orlando Summer Pro League: Day 2

Game 1: Celtics 82-Magic 85 boxscore

The Magic were led by Ryan Anderson in this one. He absolutely dominated the Celtics from the start in this one.  The former Cal Bear was 4-4 from the field in the 1st quarter as he led all scorers with 14 1st quarter points.  The show did not end there as he went on to grab 14 boards and score a Summer Pro League High 33points. Kasib Powell also chipped in with 15points in his SPL debut for the Magic. Stevan Milosevic looked completely lost in his debut as he committed 5 turnovers in just 12 minutes of play. George Karl’s son Coby, led the Celtics with 18 points. Coby actually looked surprisingly good in this game. J.R. Giddens threw down a couple of spectacular dunks and finished with 17points. Nevada alum, Nick Fazekas, had a solid game with 12 points and 5 rebounds.

Game 2: Jazz 83-Phil/NJ 68 boxscore

This one wasn’t much of a game as the Jazz controlled this one from the start. Rookie PG Eric Maynor led the balanced Jazz effort with 12pts, 5 reb &4ast. Josh Duncan had another solid performance with 12 points. Former Running Rebel, Keivn Krueger was a strong contributer10pts and 4 boards for the Jazz. Chris Douglas-Roberts was the one bright spot for the Nexers. CDR shot 8-14 from the field and 11-13 from the charity stripe as he finished with 27points.

Game 3: Pacers 91-Thunder 88 boxscore

This Pacers led through most of this one but Thunder stormed back and this one was tied at 88 before the Pacers sealed the deal. The Pacers were led by big men Roy Hibbert and Tyler Hansbrough. Hibbert scored 24 points and pulled down 8 boards. Psycho T was 2-2 from 3pt land and finished with 23 points and 4 boards. Josh McRoberts dominated this one early with 10 points and 3 boards. Unfortunately McRoberts came down awkwardly on his ankle with just under a minute to go in the 1st and missed the rest of the game. He eventually left the lockeroom on crutches so it’s unlikely that he’ll play during the next couple of days. Russell Westbrook once again led the Thunder with 22points, 8 assists and 3steals. 3rd overall pick, James Harden also had another strong performance with 19points and 5 rebounds.

Summer Pro League: Hansbrough Impressive in Debut

The Orlando Summer Pro League kicked off yesterday. I know it’s not that big of a deal but I’m always having serious hoops withdrawal this time of year. I actually enjoy these games. Sure, most of these guys aren’t going to be stars in the NBA and success in these leagues doesn’t always translate. I don’t care. It’s much more entertaining than watching the WNBA.Plus you can watch all of these games online for free here.

Game 1: Indiana 75-New Jersey/Philadelphia 67 OT boxscore

First off, I’ve gotta say that New Jersey/Philadelphia almost  makes it seem like there a small town co-op High School participating in this league. And I actually like that.  Marreese Speights and Chris Douglas-Roberts carried the Nexers(Nets+Sixers) with 28 and 20 points respectively. Jrue Holliday produced 9pts, 2ast, 4rb, 4stl, 5to in his shaky 38 minute debut. Unfortunately the 2 man show wasn’t enough as the Pacers pulled away in OT. Tyler Hansbrough came off the bench to lead the Pacers with 17pts. Those 17 were actually quite impressive considering Psycho T was in foul trouble for most of the game. Brandon Rush also chipped in with 15pts despite shooting only 22% from the field. Big man Roy Hibbert also put together a solid game with 12 points and 7 boards.

Game 2: Oklahoma City 88- Orlando 77 boxscore

Russell Westbrook led the Thunder to victory in this one. The 2nd yr PG gor to the Free Throw line 18times and he converted on 16 of those attempts to finish with 22pts and 9Ast. James Harden scored 17points off the bench in his impressive debut. Fellow rookie BJ Mullens chipped in with 11 points. Forward, Ryan Anderson led the Magic in scoring with 21. Teammate and Delta St. alum, Jeremy Richardson, contributed a double-double with 18pts& 11 boards.

Game 3: Boston 87- Utah 56 boxscore

This one was never even close. The Celtics absolutely spanked the Jazz in this one. It was a team effort for the Celtics as 5 players put up double digits. Bill Walker led the way with 14 followed   Nick Fazekas’s 13, Lester Hudson & Gabe Pruitt’s 11 and J.R. Giddens 10.  Lester Hudson was one hell of a college player and I hope he is able to land a spot in the NBA this season. There isn’t a lot of highlights for the Jazz but former Xavier Musketeer, Josh Duncan led the team with 12 points. Rookie PG Eric Maynor, was efficient scoring 9pts, dishing 4 dimes and committing Zero turnovers. Big Man Kosta Koufas did not play in this one.

That’s all I’ve got for day 1. Hopefully I’ll have a more insightful review of today’s games.