07/10/15 10:01 am EST
Jordan McRae scored 19 points, Furkan Aldemir was a beast on the glass, Jerami Grant posterized a defender and the Summer Sixers staged a gutsy comeback on Thursday night. Still, what really stood out last night was just how sloppy and slow the summer squad played for a large majority of their 84-78 OT loss to the Summer Jazz.
The Summer Sixers turned the ball over 26 times, shot 23% from three, committed 31 fouls, played horrific transition defense and in general looked very tired. In short, they were simply brutal for three quarters. A miraculous 4th Q turn around allowed the Summer Sixers put on a 20-7 run and grab a 74-68 lead. However, the Jazz refused to lose in front of the home crowd and outscored the Summer Sixers 18-4 over the final minutes of the game (regulation & OT) to post the win.
After the jump, a few observations from the final game of the Utah Jazz Summer League.