Summer League Thread
Thought I should make a Summer League thread where we can debate all things Summer League.
Orlando might be playing Oladipo at 1 as they don't have another true point on their roster.
I read that Iman Shumpert plans to attend SL to work on his game..Thats a great move on his part..
I like the Tournament theme. Toronto has a good shot to finally win a championship.
I see him having a great summer leagye ( if sombody tells him he should go) then refuse to platy at least 2 preseaon games be cause the teavel is detrimental to his chealth ) choicing another year in the d leage
Summer League really helps me cope with No basketball, football, or even hockey during this time of year.
Yeah if you missed a game you can always catch the replay.
Since i stopped my countdown i will definitely try and get the game scouting reports knocked out
is the only way to watch by buying Summer League league pass for $15
Does this mean Anthony Davis will be attending games or just trainings?
I really want to see how much Tony wroten has improved.
Also will be keeping my eye on Oladipo.
So Bennett won't be apart of the summer league because of his shoulder right?
Sacramento Kings announce Las Vegas Summer League roster
Written by: James Ham with contributions from Jonathan Santiago
The Sacramento Kings announced the list of players that will join new draft picks Ben McLemore and Ray McCallum inthe Las Vegas Summer League. Assistant coach Chris Jent will lead this year’s team.
Of the 15 players named to the roster, six worked out for the Kings before this year’s draft: C.J. Aiken, Will Clyburn, Chris Evans, Shane Gibson, Trevor Mbakwe, Nick Minnerath, and Trent Lockett. Former Cal standout Jorge Guiterrez played for the Denver Nuggets in summer league last year while new Kings GM Pete D’Alessandro was still in the Mile High City. And Drew Gordon worked out for the Golden State Warriors last year where new coach Michael Malone previously served as an assistant.
Former Ohio State Buckeye David Lighty is another familiar face that was named to the Kings’ summer league roster. Lighty worked out for the Kings’ old regime before going undrafted in the 2011 NBA Draft. He recently won a European Championship in France with JSF Nanterre and was named Finals MVP.
Before summer league action tips off next week, the Kings will hold a brief mini-camp from July 8-12. Unlike years past, the Kings will hold the four-day camp in Las Vegas as opposed to Sacramento.
A new format is being used in Las Vegas Summer League this year. The Kings have three scheduled games, which will establish seeding for a tournament that begins on July 17. The first 10 teams get a bye for round one and all teams are guaranteed at least two games in the tournament.
Cowbell Kingdom will be in attendance and providing coverage for the entirety of Summer League.
No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College, Last team/Home Country Yrs.
5 C.J. Aiken F 6-9 200 9/27/90 Saint Joseph’s/USA R
21 Will Clyburn G 6-7 210 5/17/90 Iowa State/USA R
4 Chris Evans F 6-8 220 1/29/91 Kent State/USA R
25 Shane Gibson G 6-2 180 1/5/90 Sacred Heart/USA R
1 Xavier Gibson F-C 6-11 248 11/3/88 Florida State, Panelefsiniakos (Greece)/USA R
32 Drew Gordon F 6-9 245 7/12/90 New Mexico/USA R
2 Jorge Gutierrez G 6-3 195 10/27/88 California, NBDL (Canton)/Mexico R
23 David Lighty G 6-5 220 5/27/88 Ohio State, JSF Nanterre (France)/USA R
22 Trent Lockett G 6-5 210 12/10/90 Marquette/USA R
3 Ray McCallum G 6-3 190 6/12/91 Detroit Mercy/USA R
16 Ben McLemore G 6-5 195 2/11/93 Kansas/USA R
42 Trevor Mbakwe F 6-8 236 1/24/89 Minnesota/USA R
34 Nick Minnerath F 6-9 215 8/11/89 Detroit Mercy/USA R
12 Kyle Randall G 5-10 169 9/10/91 Central Michigan/USA R
41 Garrett Stutz C 7-0 255 2/10/90 Wichita State, NBDL (Maine)/USA R