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Brooklyn Nets Win NBA Summer League Finale

Behind MarShon Brooks' Orlando Summer League record-tying 34 points, the Nets finally got into the OSL win column by defeating the Indiana Pacers 90-77 in their summer finale on Friday.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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-- Story courtesy of Yes Network

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