Quarterfinal matchups set at NBA Summer League

A look at play Thursday at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas:


Jordan McRae had 36 points and nine rebounds, and the Cavaliers used a big second half to knock off the third-seeded Lakers.

Kay Felder added 20 points for the No. 14 seed Cavaliers, who outscored the Lakers 52-28 in the second half after trailing by 16 points at halftime. They will face sixth-seeded Brooklyn in the quarterfinals.

D’Angelo Russell scored 19 points for the Lakers, who had won their first three games. No. 2 pick Brandon Ingram was 4 of 12 from the field for 13 points.


Norman Powell scored 17 points as the top-seeded Raptors improved to 4-0 and advanced to Saturday’s quarterfinals.

Toronto will face No. 24 Minnesota, which knocked off eighth-seeded Memphis earlier Thursday.

Second-round rookie Patrick McCaw scored 28 points for the Warriors, making five 3-pointers.


Bobby Portis had 19 points and eight rebounds as Chicago remained unbeaten and moved into the quarterfinals.

Cristiano Felicio made all six shots and finished with 15 points and eight rebounds for the No. 2 seed. Jerian Grant had 13 points and six assists, while college player of the year Denzel Valentine added 11 points.

The Bulls face No. 7 Washington next.

Justin Anderson had 17 points for the Mavericks.

SUNS 77, HEAT 74

Tyler Ulis scored 20 points as the fifth-seeded Suns moved into the quarterfinals. Dragan Bender, the No. 4 overall pick, shot just 3 for 13 from the field but finished with 10 points and nine rebounds.

Victor Rudd led No. 12 Miami with 24 points on 8-for-13 shooting. Damion Lee missed a 3-pointer that would have tied it with 0.2 seconds left.

Phoenix meets No. 4 Denver next.

NETS 87, 76ERS 84

Sean Kilpatrick scored 24 points, and Chris McCullough and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson added 13 apiece for the Nets.

Brooklyn, the No. 6 seed, improved to 3-1 and moves into Saturday’s quarterfinals to face No. 14 Cleveland.

No. 1 pick Ben Simmons didn’t play for the 76ers, seeded 22nd. They fell to 1-4.


Kelly Oubre Jr. scored 22 points to provide some of the only offense in the Wizards’ ugly victory.

Both teams were 23 of 64 (36 percent), but the Wizards woke up in the second half after scoring just 25 points in the first two quarters. Atlanta fell apart after halftime, managing just 23 points after scoring 23 in the second quarter.

The No. 7 Wizards will play No. 2 Chicago in Saturday’s quarterfinals.

Brandon Ashley scored 12 points for the Hawks and Taurean Prince, had 10 points but shot just 2 for 10 for the No. 10 seed.


Tyus Jones had 26 points and 10 assists as the Timberwolves knocked off the No. 8 seeds.

Minnesota, seeded No. 24, pulled out a game that featured 13 ties and seven lead changes.

Levi Randolph had 26 points for Memphis, but his 3-pointer in the final seconds was the Grizzlies’ only basket in the final three minutes.


Jamal Murray scored 20 points and the Nuggets broke open a close game with a big third quarter on their way to the quarterfinals.

The fourth-seeded Nuggets outscored Utah 27-12 in the third quarter after leading by just four points at halftime. Jimmer Fredette added 12 points.

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