The NBA Summer League Orlando action wrapped up with games for Championship Day on Thursday, July 6, including the Charlotte Hornets vs. Orlando Magic and Detroit Pistons vs. Dallas Mavericks. In those contests, rookies Dwayne Bacon and Luke Kennard continued to show their stuff, although only one of the two players was on the winning side. In other action, the Knicks battled the Miami Heat and the Pacers played the Thunder. Here are the latest summer league results from Orlando, Florida.

Bacon & Buycks lead teams

While No. 11 draft pick Malik Monk has been sidelined for the Charlotte Hornets this summer, second-round pick Dwayne Bacon is making an early name for himself.

On Thursday he recorded a 29-point game against the Orlando Magic. Bacon shot 11-for-20 from the field while also grabbing eight boards in an 86-78 victory for his team. Johnny O'Bryant III added 23 points on 7-for-15 shooting, while Brian Weber had 16 points.

In an overtime thriller championship game, Luke Kennard led the Pistons' squad with 24 points. The Duke rookie shot 9-for-15 and was a perfect 3-for-3 from downtown. However, his team couldn't hold onto the lead in the fourth quarter. A 15-5 run helped the Mavericks' team send it to an extra session. Dallas would end up winning it 83-81 behind 28 points from Dwight Buycks, who was drafted back in 2011 and most recently played in the Chinese Basketball Association.

The big victory came thanks to a Johnathan Motley game-winning jumper with 0.3 seconds to go which gave the Dallas Mavs the Orlando Summer League championship.

Knicks & Pacers win

The New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers have both been in the headlines over the past week due to personnel changes with their main rosters. On Thursday, their summer league teams each picked up wins.

In a 91-72 victory over the Heat, New York got 20 points and nine rebounds from guard Damyean Dotson along with 18 points from Chasson Randle. Their highest pick from this past summer's draft, Frank Ntilikina, has yet to play and was out of action due to a sore right knee.

Miami's developmental league pickup Okaro White recorded a double-double with 12 points and as many rebounds.

Their top pick Bam Adebayo finished the game with 13 points in the losing effort.

Two teams involved in the recent Paul George trade also locked up in today's summer league games from Orlando. It was the Indiana Pacers' summer squad that grabbed an 89-80 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Undrafted Iowa State prospect Naz Mitrou-Long and developmental league player Jarnell Stokes led the Pacers with 17 points apiece. Semaj Christon, a former second-round pick by the Miami Heat, scored 21 points for the Thunder, while Josh Huestis added 16 points and six rebounds in the loss.