By Phil Watson
The Brooklyn Nets ended their time in the Las Vegas Summer League with a whimper as they were thoroughly dominated by the Indiana Pacers 116-79. Here are 3 takeaways.
After scrapping their way through four losses in the Las Vegas Summer League, the Brooklyn Nets folded their tent early on Friday afternoon, taking a 116-79 drubbing from the Indiana Pacers to end their session at 0-5.
The Nets fell behind quickly as the Pacers scored the game’s first eight points and went up 15-4 midway through the first quarter.
But Brooklyn scrapped back to tie the game on Theo Pinson’s long 3-pointer with 1:06 remaining in the period before Indiana (2-3) took a two-point lead into the...