Gansey, meanwhile, played less than five minutes, and was hampered by a sore back. He missed his only shot attempt and had one foul during his brief stint on the court.
The players will head in different directions after completing play in Orlando. Pittsnogle will travel to the 2006 Rocky Mountain Revue to play for the Dallas Mavericks' entry, which opened play Friday with a loss to San Antonio. Pittsnogle will have stiff competition in Utah, with Pavel Podkolzin, Jackson Vroman, Brad Buckman and Pops Mensah-Bonsu already on the Mavs' roster.
Meanwhile, Fischer will continue his effort to make the Bobcats' roster. He was a late cut from Charlotte last year, but improved after a year in the NBDL. Fischer played in just three games in Orlando, but averaged 7.7 points and 6.3 points in just eighteen and one-half minutes per game. He also snared 11 offensive rebounds and blocked six shots.
Gansey, meanwhile, will take a week off to rehab his back, then report to Miami's summer camp on Sunday, July 23. Gansey earlier signed a two-year contract with the Heat. He averaged 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds per game, but was a frigid 20% from three-point range.