Thunder are unable to overcome adversity, fall 94-84

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The Thunder were unable to overcome adversity, losing their second straight Summer League game. This year’s Summer League has been a bump ride for the Thunder. Lottery pick, Josh Giddey, hurt his ankle early in the first game. Then rookie Tre Mann had to leave the team due to personal reasons. Therefore, coming into tonight’s game the Thunder were without arguably their best two players. Which in the end led to the Thunder dropping this game 94-84.

Theo Maledon had a bounce back performance scoring 18 points on 5-10 from the field with all 5 makes coming behind the three point line. Maledon also grabbed 6 rebounds and dished out 5 assists. Rob Edwards had his best game of the SL scoring 23 points off the bench on 8-15 from the field and 4-7 from three. Jeremiah Robinson Earl once again had a very impressive performance scoring 10 points on 4-9 from the field and 2-5 from three. He also grabbed 9 rebounds and blocked 1 shot. 

The Thunder will try to get back in the winning column tomorrow at 6 pm against the Pacers. No word on if Josh Giddey will be available at the moment. We will update you on our Twitter page @Thunder_atb with any updates.

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