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2013 Orlando Summer League, Game 3: Grading Thunder's performance against Detroit Pistons

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Now that the Oklahoma City Thunder are 3-0 in the Orlando Summer League, some players are finally standing out from the rest of the pack.


After watching Tuesday's matchup against the Pistons, there are several Thunder players that are standing out from the rest of the pack. Below, I rank a player’s performance based on their overall quality of play vs the Pistons. We’ll start off with the best and work our way down to the least best.


Reggie Jackson scored a team-high 35 points on 12-of-19 shooting from the field. His performance included 23 points in the final quarter to give his squad the win.


Point guard Dwight Buycks gets an A for his offensive play of scoring 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting and a team-high 4 steals against the Pistons.


Andre Roberson gets an A- for his defensive play. He had a team-high 10 rebounds, but his offensive game was lacking as he only had 4 points in 24 minutes.

Steven Adams had 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting and 6 rebounds for the Thunder


Grant Jerrett performed better the previous two games than he did against the Pistons. He only scored 2 points and had 2 blocks for 26 minutes. In Game 2, he scored 14 points and in Game 1 he scored 17 points.