Schlanger fourth in 100 free throws made was 6-of-8 on this break, one more than the team average.

With seven or more attempts from the 3 and fewer than 100 free throws, Kloske led all active players in field goal percentage (60.0 percent). The shot-blocking leader is only five years Kloske’s senior (and eight years of playing).

Kloske, who shot 40 percent on 3s last season, also scored a total of 24 points.

“I think I did a good job getting ready because my legs got tired last year. I worked on my jump shot, passing and driving the ball, so I think I did a good job,” Kloske said. “I’m excited to try to continue my good play at this time next year.”

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At 6-foot-7 and 223 pounds, Schlanger may never hit his shooting ceiling of 3-pointers, but his combination of size and skill set makes him a valuable player.

With the loss of the No. 1 pick, the Indiana Pacers also lost four of their top five shooting guards. Roy Hibbert was signed to a 10-day contract. Frank Vogel told The Star that he will play at least three more seasons, but could play the rest of the season on injured reserve.

After averaging a league-leading 27.0 points per game through Sunday, Hibbert was held to a season-low nine points and had six turnovers in 23 minutes Saturday.

Lamar Odom, who also played last season, missed the past three games because of a bone bruise. He will get an MRI on Monday and said there was a chance he might need back surgery.

The team also lost Gerald Henderson and Jeff Bzdelik in Saturday’s loss.

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