ORLANDO -- They looked like the "real" Utah Jazz.
No, Jerry Sloan wasn't on the bench and Deron Williams wasn't running the show, but you sure wouldn't know it by Friday's performance.
"This was a good test for our young guys," Jazz summer league coach Tyrone Corbin said. "This gives them an idea of what the NBA is all about."
Kevin Kruger posted 10 points and five dimes, while Andre Ingram, Eric Maynor and Cedric Bozeman each handed out four assists.
Utah outscored OKC by eight in the third quarter before pulling out its third victory of the week in the final minutes of the fourth.
The Jazz also excelled from beyond the arc as they drained 9-of-18 attempts. The Thunder, in contrast, hit on 2-of-12 from downtown.
Other notable standouts included former Xavier teammates Derrick Brown and Josh Duncan, who combined for 23 points.
Both teams finished 3-2. OKC will compete in the Las Vegas Summer League, which began play today.