In their final game of the Orlando Pro Summer League, the Sixers notched their first and only win by beating the Brooklyn Nets on Friday, 89-86.
The Sixers did so on the shoulders of Temple product Khalif Wyatt.
The guard poured in 27 points in 18 minutes off the bench on 6-of-9 shooting from the field and 12-of-14 shooting from the charity stripe. Wyatt also hit a trio of three-pointers and handed out four assists.
The Nets, who finished their summer slate 0-5, played with just six available players. Brooklyn's Chris Wright misfired on a three-point attempt in the final seconds, as the Sixers held on to finish 1-4 overall in Orlando.
Michael Carter-Williams played 28 minutes and posted 11 points and five assists. The No. 11 overall pick in the 2013 draft shot 5 of 16 from the field, made a three-pointer and committed three turnovers. The Syracuse product started all five of the Sixers' games and finished with these numbers in 31 minutes of action: 13.6 points per game, 6.8 assists, 4.2 rebounds, 4.8 turnovers, 27 percent shooting from the field.
Wyatt, who went undrafted, concluded the summer league as the Sixers' leading scorer. He put up 13.8 points per game in 19.2 minutes and shot 43 percent from three-point range.
Second-year forward Arnett Moultrie started all five games and led the Sixers in rebounding (7.4) and was third in scoring (12.2).
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