A wrapup of Day 5 of the NBA Summer League on Tuesday at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion:
San Antonio Spurs 99, Portland Trail Blazers 85 — Bryn Forbes scored a game-high 35 points in leading the Spurs to the wire-to-wire win over the Trail Blazers. Olivier Hanlan added 16 points for San Antonio. Caleb Swanigan led Portland with 19 points and 13 rebounds.
Chicago Bulls 82, Washington Wizards 73 — Antonio Blakeney led all scorers with 23 points to help the Bulls down the Wizards. Lauri Markkanen had 20 points and Denzel Valentine scored 15 for Chicago, which led 33-15 after the first quarter. Sheldon McClellan led Washington with 20 points.
Memphis Grizzlies 84, Utah Jazz 81, OT — Findlay Prep product Dillon Brooks scored 24 points for the Grizzlies. His performance offset Donovan Mitchell’s 37-point outburst. Also for the Jazz, former Findlay Prep player Nigel Williams-Goss scored seven points.
Boston Celtics 88, Philadelphia 76ers 83 — Celtics No. 3 overall pick Jayson Tatum and Jabari Bird each scored 15 points and Ante Zizic totaled 12 points and 13 rebounds. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot scored 16 points for Philadelphia.
Dallas Mavericks 78, Miami Heat 73 — Second-year guard Yogi Ferrell posted 21 points to lead the unbeaten Mavericks to a victory over the previously unbeaten Heat. Rookie guard Dennis Smith Jr. added 16 points, and five assists and a key, late 3-pointer for Dallas. Okaro White scored 17 to lead the Heat.
Minnesota Timberwolves 78, Golden State Warriors 76, 2OT — C.J. Williams’ banked-in running jumper in the second overtime gave the Timberwolves the victory. Williams and Matt Costello each scored 14 points to lead Minnesota. UNLV product Patrick McCaw led the Warriors with 20 points.
9,034 (both venues). Total through four days: 68,160.
Star of the day
Forbes continued his hot play with 35 points to lead the Spurs. He tops all scorers at the Las Vegas summer league, averaging 29.3 points.
Brooks, who went to Findlay Prep, made 9 of 11 shots, including 4 of 5 from 3-point range to lead the Grizzlies. He also had six rebounds.
On the scene
San Antonio Spurs and Team USA coach Gregg Popovich watched the action at Cox Pavilion as did former Los Angeles Lakers championship coach and current Miami Heat team president Pat Riley. Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr and his staff watched from the Thomas & Mack Center. Timberwolves young star Andrew Wiggins watched his team play at the Mack, as did former NBA player and coach and current broadcaster Mark Jackson.
The tournament begins Wednesday, with the top eight seeds receiving first-round byes into Thursday’s round of 16.
At Cox Pavilion
■ No. 24 New Orleans vs. No. 9 Atlanta, 1 p.m.
■ No. 21 Washington vs No. 12 Miami, 3 p.m.
■ No. 20 Utah vs. No. 13 Phoenix, 5 p.m.
■ No. 17 Chicago vs. No. 16 Portland, 7 p.m.
At Thomas & Mack Center
■ No. 23 Denver vs. No. 10 Houston, 1:30 p.m.
■ No. 22 Golden State vs. No. 11 Minnesota, 3:30 p.m.
■ No. 19 Sacramento vs. No. 14 Milwaukee, 5:30 p.m.
■ No. 18 Philadelphia vs. No. 15 Los Angeles Lakers, 7:30 p.m
Las Vegas Review-Journal staff