Lucky for the fans that watched this one though. The rest of the game was quite the thriller!
Austin Daye scored 27 points to lead the Summer Spurs and Jeff Ayres chipped in eight points and 13 rebounds. Bryce Cotton, Vander Blue and Deshaun Thomas also scored in double figures for San Antonio with 16, 13, and 11, respectively.
Neither team shot particularly well in this contest, and the two teams combined for 34 turnovers. Free throws kept the Wizards in the game. They didn't shoot it particularly well, but with a 35-19 edge in attempts over the Spurs, even shooting just 65.7% (or 23 made) gave the more aggressive Wizards just enough to get this win.
The first overtime ended with Austin Daye getting fouled and sinking a pair of free throws to send the game into another overtime period.
During the second OT, the Spurs were in control for the entire two minutes until Glenn Rice Jr. hit a desperation triple off of a hammer play to tie the game up at 90 as time expired.
Heartbreak for the Summer Spurs.
The Spurs had a couple of chances in the third overtime, but Jeff Ayers had an attempt that would have put the Spurs up two with around three seconds to play blocked. The ensuing play from the Spurs saw Kyle Anderson draw a little contact, no call made, and the shot missed the rim and the Summer Spurs' run ended in the quarter finals.
It would have been cool if the Spurs could have pulled it out, but for a Summer League game, this was really exciting. We've got about three months until the Spurs take the floor again against another team.