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Summer League Update: Jake Odum Now In Vegas With Sacramento
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Ace Hunt


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Former Indiana State standout Jake Odum played on the 2014 Indiana Pacers Summer League team in Orlando from July 5-11. Odum is now scheduled to play in the NBA Summer League Las Vegas for the Sacramento Kings from July 11-16.


Odum and the rest of the Pacers worked out at Banker's Life Fieldhouse last week before playing their first game on Saturday, July 5 against Brooklyn in the Southwest Airlines Orlando Pro Summer League. All of the games in the Orlando Summer League are televised on NBA TV.


The Pacers also played on July 7 (3 p.m.. vs. Boston), July 9 (3 p.m. vs. Oklahoma City), July 10 (3 p.m. vs. Miami), and July 11 in the Championship Round. With the Kings, Odum will play on July 11(vs. San Antonio 10 p.m.), July 13 (vs. Charlotte 6:00 p.m.) and July 14 (vs. NBA D-League Select at 4:30 p.m.).


Odum was joined on the Pacers' Summer League Team by former Illinois State Redbird Jackie Carmicheal. The full roster can be found here.


Here is a video on Pacers.com of Jake Odum talking about his experience this summer. VIDEO



GAME ONE (July 5 vs. Brooklyn)


The Indiana Pacers dropped a 101-81 decision to the Brooklyn Nets in the opener of the Orlando Summer League on July 5. Jake Odum scored 10 points and was one of just two Pacers to reach double figures scoring. Odum played 16 minutes and went 2-of-5 from the field, with both field goals being 3-pointers. Less than five months after breaking Larry'Bird's school record for career made free throws, Odum went a perfect 4-of-4 from the charity stripe in front of Bird in this contest at the Orlando Magic Practice Facility. He added two rebounds and a steal against the Nets.



GAME TWO (July 7 vs. Boston)



The Indiana Pacers rebounded for a 96-77 victory over the Boston Celtics in their second game of the Orlando NBA Summer League. Jake Odum played five minutes in the Pacers' second game of league play and scored two points, hitting a first half field goal. In two games played, Odum has now recorded 12 points, averaging 6.0 points per game with a pair of 3-pointers. Odum and the Pacers play again on Wednesday, July 9 when they take on Oklahoma City at 3 p.m. (ET) in a game televised on NBA TV. 



GAME THREE (July 9 vs. Oklahoma City)



The Indiana Pacers improved to 2-1 in the NBA Orlando Summer League with a 94-71 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Jake Odum played 15 minutes and scored five points for the Pacers. Odum was 1-of-1 from the field and was 3-of-4 from the free throw line. He added one rebound and three assists as well as a steal in the winning effort.


GAME FOUR (July 10 vs. Miami)


Jake Odum and the Pacers moved to 3-1 on the NBA Orlando Summer League with an 84-74 victory over the Miami Heat. Odum played 14 minutes and scored three points with two rebounds and two assists in the victory. He also made his third 3-point field goal of the summer against the Heat.


GAME FIVE (July 11 vs. San Antonio)


Jake Odum did not play in the Pacers' 95-86 victory over the Boston Celtics as they finished third in the 10-team NBA Orlando Summer League. Odum is on his way to Las Vegas to participate in the NBA Summer League out west as a member of the Sacramento Kings. The Kings play the San Antonio Spurs tonight (July 11) at 10:00 p.m. (ET) in Las Vegas in a game that will be televised live on NBA TV.


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