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Victor Oladipo, Jeremy Lamb highlight All-Summer League First Team

Orlando Summer League is over and the NBA has recognized the outstanding performers from the first leg of Summer League.

Andy Lyons

NBA action in the Orlando Summer League has concluded with the Oklahoma City Thunder winning the first-ever Orlando Summer League championship over the Houston Rockets. The NBA has released their selections for All-Summer League first and second teams, and Evan Dunlap of SB Nation's Orlando Pinstriped Post has the selections here.

All-Summer League First Team

Victor Oladipo, the second overall draft pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, made the cut for first team. Oladipo averaged 19 points per game, five assists, and 3.4 rebounds per game. He also drained this game-winner over Michael Carter-Williams:


Boston Celtics rookie Kelly Olynyk joins Oladipo as the only other rookie to make the first team. Olynyk averaged 19.5 points and eight rebounds per game. Jeremy Lamb of the Summer League-champion Oklahoma City Thunder made first team honors. He averaged 19 points per game and led the Thunder to a sweep through Summer league. Terrence Jones of the Houston Rockets averaged 15.8 points while pulling down seven rebounds per game, leading the Rockets to the championship game and a 4-1 record.

Rounding out the first team is Detroit Pistons big man Andre Drummond. Drummond led the league in rebounds per game at 14.8 while also scoring 15.5 points per game.

All-Summer League Second Team

The second team includes Thunder guard Reggie Jackson (19.5 points), Tyshawn Taylor (16.8 points) of the Brooklyn Nets, Miles Plumlee (10 points, 9.5 rebounds, three blocks) of the Indiana Pacers, Ian Clark (16.4 points) of the Miami Heat, and Solomon Hill (12 points, five rebounds) of the Pacers.

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