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Nets Fall to Sixers on First Day of Summer League

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The Nets opened their 2010 Summer League schedule with a 84-74 loss to the Sixers in Orlando on Monday night. It was a foul-ridden affair, and except for a brief Nets lead early in the fourth quarter, Philly led from start to finish. Terrence Williams got into the paint at will, finishing with 23 points (including a pair of highlight dunks) and seven assists. Derrick Favors shot just 2-for-8 from the floor and committed seven fouls, but finished with eight points, nine rebounds and two blocks. Damion James and Ben Uzoh each finished with 11 points, Uzoh connecting on three of his five attempts from 3-point range. The Sixers were led by Jrue Holiday's 21 points and seven assists. Evan Turner finished with 12 points, eight rebounds and four assists.