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2016 NBA Summer League: Day 5 Big East update

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Orlando White 95, New York Knicks 90

The Knicks' struggles continued on Wednesday as they fell to the Magic's white-uni squad 95-90 to fall to 1-3 thus far on the Orlando Summer League circuit. Former Georgetown Hoyas forward DaJuan Summers struggled as well to get it going as he only amassed eight points in the 17 minutes he logged int he game. Summers shot just 2-for-8 from the field, both field goals coming on 3-pointers, where he sunk both attempts he made. Summers managed to grab just two rebounds and pick up one steal and finished the game -2 in +/-.

Dallas Mavericks 84, Charlotte Hornets 81

As the lone Big East hooper in this contest, Vander Blue put up similar numbers to what he's amassed so far in the Orlando Summer League. Blue dropped 16 points in the 84-81 victory for the Mavericks but did so on 13 shots for a field goal percentage of 46.2 percent on the day. Blue excelled though at the free throw line where he shot a perfect 3-for-3. He also added seven boards, three assists and two steals to his line but unfortunately coughed it up thrice.

Oklahoma City Thunder 89, Indiana Pacers 71

Semaj Christon was erratic in OKC's 89-71 victory over the Indiana Pacers. The Thunder SL point guard may have scored 11 points in the win for OKC, but did so while shooting just 5-for-13 from the field. Christon missed on his only 3-point attempt of the afternoon and was 1-for-2 from the free throw line. Suffice it to say, the former Xavier Musketeer had a bit of a rough go at the office even in the victory. Christon finished a +20 in +/- however, so it wasn't all necessarily bad for him and his teammates, as seven players on the Thunder finished with a +/- of +12 or better.