Alex Kirk and the Memphis Grizzlies are currently in second-place out of the 10 teams playing in the NBA Orlando Summer League.
The Grizzlies beat the Orlando Magic Blue team Tuesday, 73-71, in double overtime to improve to 3-0.
After Memphis erased a 17-point deficit, the game needed a sudden-death overtime to decide the outcome. Orlando missed the first shot of the period and at the other end Russ Smith hit a short floater to keep Memphis undefeated.
The Grizzlies also beat the Brooklyn Nets, 81-73, on Saturday and the Charlotte Hornets, 79-75, on Sunday.
Kirk has been coming off the bench for the Grizzlies while Jarnell Stokes has started at center.
Kirk played 13 minutes, 25 seconds in the team’s first game. He snagged three defensive rebounds, but missed all four of his field goal attempts.
Against the Hornets, Kirk had two points and two offensive rebounds in 9:51 on the court.
Tuesday, Kirk only played 4:22 while Stokes played over 36 minutes. Kirk missed both of his field goal attempts and sunk one of two free throws.
With the three wins, worth four points apiece, and seven quarter-victories, worth one point apiece, the Grizzlies are second in the league standings with 19 points. The Miami Heat is in first place, also with 19 points.