Pleasant Monday with highs in the low 70s

Thunder Sit Two Players, Lose to 76ers in Summer League

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The Oklahoma City Thunder didn’t play two of their key players, losing to Philadelphia 84-73 at the NBA Summer League in Orlando on Sunday.

Guard Jeremy Lamb and newly acquired forward Mitch McGary were rested, and did not play in the game.

The Thunder were sluggish offensively, making just 37 percent from the field, and were just 5 of 23 from three-point range.

Former Kansas Jayhawk Mario Little had 18 points to lead the Thunder, while three other Thunder players had 12 points each:  Steven Adams, Andre Roberson, and Semaj Christon.

The game was not smooth, with a combined 71 fouls called. 

The Thunder made just 57 percent from the free throw line, hitting 24 of 42 at the stripe.

OKC did cut down on their turnovers, with 18 for the game, after 27 against Memphis in the opener on Saturday.

The Thunder will face Brooklyn on Monday at 6:00 in their next Summer League game.