By: Fletcher Keel | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
July 3, 2017
ORLANDO, Fla. (WCTV) -- Three days are in the books in the Orlando Summer League to begin the NBA summer circuit for rookies, and a trio of former Florida State basketball players have gotten their professional careers underway.
Isaac has been in the starting lineup for all three games for the Magic, averaging around 18 minutes a game, and posted a double-double against the Heat on Sunday.
Isaac did see a vast decrease in minutes on Monday against Dallas - going from 22 minutes against Miami to just 12:08 on Monday - but still contributed with nine points and three rebounds.
Bacon has logged over 25 minutes in two starts for the Hornets, despite Charlotte's 0-2 start.
In Saturday's loss against the Heat, Bacon posted nine points and three boards while scoring eight in the loss against Indiana on Sunday to accompany four rebounds.
Rathan-Mayes has come off the bench in each of the Knicks' first three games, and posted his best game in his first outing against Dallas, logging 20:26 off the bench, adding 11 points and four rebounds.
Since then, however, XRM has yet to log more than 16:19 in a game and has finished with five points and one rebound (against Detroit) and eight points and two rebounds (against Oklahoma City).
Bacon will be in action on Tuesday against the Thunder, while Isaac and XRM will be in action again on Wednesday, when they'll face off against one another at 5 p.m.