Brooks, who sat out Thursday’s game, seemed rejuvenated after the day off, and with rookie sensation Tyshawn Taylor sitting out the finale, he ended up as the primary ball handler.
The result was one of the best performances in Orlando Summer League history, as he played 34 minutes and scored 34 points – matching his total form the week and tying the league record set by Orlando’s Travis Diener in 2006 – on 13-of-27 shooting, including a 3-for-8 mark from three-point land.â†µ
Brooks wasn’t just in scoring mode, however, as he also chipped in six assists, two steals, and two rebounds and helped erase a tough week for both himself and the Nets.â†µ
The game marked the overall finale of the Orlando Summer League, with the Nets finishing 1-4 and Indiana posting a 2-3 mark in the week-long exhibition. Boston and Detroit both finished 4-1 to top the OSL standings.â†µ
-- Story courtesy of Yes Networkâ†µ