Summer League: Sixers Commit 19 TOs, Drop to 0-3 in Vegas

LAS VEGAS -- The Sixers still are looking for a win in the Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas at the end of the preliminary games. 

They fell to 0-3 with an 85-77 loss to the Warriors Tuesday night at Thomas & Mack Center. 

The tournament seedings will be announced following the conclusion of the game and the next round will begin Wednesday. 

In spite of the loss, the Sixers received a strong effort from Christian Wood, who led all players with 22 points.

Inside the box score
Ben Simmons neared a double-double with eight points (3 for 8 from the floor), eight rebounds and six assists. He committed five turnovers and was called for seven fouls. 

Wood recorded his 22 points off 8 for 12 shooting from the field and 2 of 5 from three. He also grabbed five rebounds. 

Royce Oneale led the Warriors with 16 points and Ognjen Kuzmic had a 12-point, 11-rebound double-double.

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Turning point
The Warriors went on a 7-0 run in the third quarter to push their lead up to 11 points. Brandon Paul and Bryon Allen committed turnovers and Simmons was whistled for his fifth foul during that stretch. 

Sights and scenes
Jahlil Okafor, Joel Embiid and Robert Covington sat baseline with Brett Brown. … Cavs head coach Tyronn Lue watched the game. 

Up next
The Sixers will wait to find out their seeding in the summer league tournament. The first round of games take place Wednesday. 

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