Orlando's All Summer League Team

I think these are pretty accurate. I'd have liked to see some love for Serge Ibaka, who looked a lot more polished than I anticipated he might. This was my first time watching Summer League games. I think Westbrook looked good, but still needs an outside shot. I was thoroughly impressed with James Harden, whom I supported as our pick in the draft. He's a complete player who can not only shoot, but pass.

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All-Orlando Summer League Players

Orlando Magic forward Ryan Anderson was selected as a member of the 2009 Orlando Pro All-Summer League First Team at the conclusion of the six-team, five-day event Friday at the RDV Sportsplex in Orlando, Fla. Anderson, who averaged 21.4 points and a league-high 9.4 rebounds over the five-game stretch, was joined on the All-Summer League Team by teammate Kasib Powell, whose 14.8 points per game and 5.8 rebounds per contest earned him Second Team honors. Russell Westbrook and James Harden of the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Indiana PacersTyler Hansbrough and Roy Hibbert accompanied Anderson with First Team honors.

Joining Powell on the second team is Mareese Speights of the New Jersey Nets/Philadelphia 76ers, J.R. Giddens and Nick Fazekas of the Boston Celtics and D.J. White of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The First and Second Team selections were picked by the listeners of the live Dante & Galante summer league webcast on

Orlando finished summer league play with a record of 2-3, while the Indiana Pacers went 5-0 over the course of the week, becoming only the second team in the seven-year history of the league to go undefeated (in addition to the Miami Heat in 2002).

Orlando Pro All-Summer League Teams

1st Team
G – Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City
G – James Harden, Oklahoma City
F – Tyler Hansbrough, Indiana
F – Ryan Anderson, Orlando
C – Roy Hibbert, Indiana

2nd Team
G – J.R. Giddens, Boston
G/F – Kasib Powell, Orlando
F – Nick Fazekas, Boston
F – D.J. White, Oklahoma City
C – Marreese Speights, New Jersey/Philadelphia


I can't believe Robert Swift didn't make it. He seemed to be a favorite of the announcers.

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