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The Las Vegas Summer League Complete Guide

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Nbascheduletoday.com. The complete guide to the Las Vegas Summer League. Like every year since its creation in 2004, the Las Vegas Summer League is the NBA Summer resistance course, and for the first time, the 30 franchises will be present.

The highest draft picks (including 9 of the top 10 in the last draft) and a slew of players to (re) discover, including 6 Frenchmen, will be present, and it will inevitably be very interesting to follow.

Basket USA offers you a little guide to the event in Las Vegas that starts this Friday and will end on July 18th.

The rules of the game

For the first time in its history, the Las Vegas Summer League will bring together the 30 NBA franchises (compared to 24 last year). The competition will spread over 12 days (instead of 10 last year) with 82 games. The teams are going to play three “hen matches” to determine a ranking and the tournament will start after July 17. Each team will play at least five games. The best of them will be able to argue 8.

In the field, a quarter will last 10 minutes, with an 8-minute break at halftime. A possible first extension will last 2 minutes. During the hen phases, a second possible extension will be “sudden death”, namely that the first team that scores wins the match. In the tournament, we go back to a classic system.

The coaching staffs will be entitled to two time-outs per half-time, knowing that there will also be two time-dead TV mandatory per quarter-time.

In a more messy and more physical game, teams are allowed to 10 faults per quarter before entering the penalty. No “hack” in Summer League so! As in Sacramento and Utah, in Las Vegas, every player has the right to 10 faults. On the other hand, during the tournament, we move to 6 faults.

Atlanta Hawks

Trae Young (Oklahoma, NCAA), Tyler Dorsey (Atlanta Hawks, NBA), Antonius Cleveland (Atlanta Hawks, NBA), Kevin Huerter (Maryland, NCAA), Trish Adams (St Bonaventure, NCAA), Trish Morris (Erie Bayhawks, G-League), Robert Johnson (Indiana, NCAA), Junior Robinson (Mount St Mary’s, NCAA), Brandon Sampson (LSU, NCAA)

John Collins (Atlanta Hawks, NBA), Omari Spellman (Villanova, NCAA), Andrew White (Erie Bayhawks, G-League), Alpha Kaba (ASVEL, France), Tyler Cavanaugh (Erie Bayhawks, G-League), Zach Leday (Galil, Israel), Zach Smith (Texas Tech, NCAA)

Jock Landae (St Mary’s, NCAA)

(3 Foreign players – Dorsey: American-Greek, Kaba: France, Landae: Australia)/(14 in the USA: 3 NBA, 9 NCAA, 2 G-League – 2 abroad: 1 in France, 1 in Israel)

Boston Celtics

Kadeem Allen (Maine, G-League), Jabari Bird (Maine, G-League), Jarell Eddie (Windy City, G-League), Pierria Henry (Tofas, Turkey), Justin Bibbs (Virginia Tech, NCAA), Daniel Dixon (Maine, G-League), Jordan Loyd (Fort Wayne, G-League)

Semi Ojeleye (Boston Celtics, NBA), Anjana Yabusele (Boston Celtics, NBA), Robert Williams (Texas A&M, NCAA), Jarrod Uthoff (Fort Wayne, G-League), Demitrius Conger (Badalona, Spain), Hassan Martin (Ryukyu, Japan)

(1 foreign player – Yabusele: France)/(11 in the USA: 2 NBA, 2 NCAA, 7 G-League – 3 abroad: 1 in Turkey, 1 in Spain, 1 in Japan)

Brooklyn Nets

Milton Doyle (Long Island, G-League), Theo Finch (North Carolina, NCAA), Rodis Kurucs (Barcelona, Spain), Jordan McLaughlin (USC, NCAA), Milton Doyle (Long Island, G-League), Shawn Dawson (Herzliya, Israel)

James Webb III (Long Island, G-League), Dzanan Musa (Zagreb, Croatia), Yuta Watanabe (George Washington, NCAA), Ding Yanyuhang (Shandong, China), Juan Pablo Vaulet (Bahia Blanca, Argentina)

Jarrett Allen (Brooklyn Nets, NBA), Tyler Davis (Texas A&M, NCAA)

(6 Foreign players – Kurucs: Latvia, Musa: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Watanabe: Japan, Yanyuhang: China, Dawson: Israel, Vaulet: Argentina)/(8 in USA: 1 NBA, 4 NCAA, 3 G-League – 5 abroad: 1 in Spain, 1 in Israel, 1 in Croatia, 1 in China, 1 in Argentina)

Charlotte Hornets

Malik Monk (Charlotte Hornets, NBA), J.P. Macura (Xavier, NCAA), B.J. Johnson (LaSalle, NCAA), Gabe Devo (Clemson, NCAA), Terry Henderson (Greensboro, G-League), Arnoldas Kubolka (Capo Orlando, Italy), Demeter Rivers (Mercer, NCAA), Shannon Scott ( Miranda, Venezuela), Alec wintering (Araberri, Spain)

Graham Degoe (Charlotte Hornets, NBA), Miles Bridges (Michigan State, NCAA), Dwayne Bacon (Charlotte Hornets, NBA), Chris Cokley (UAB, NCAA), James Demery (St Joseph, NCAA), Brice Johnson (Memphis, G-League), Luke Petrasek (Greensboro, G-League)

Willy Hernangomez (Charlotte Hornets, NBA), Mangok Mathiang (Greensboro, G-League), Ben lammers (Georgia Tech, NCAA)

(3 Foreign players – Kubolka: Lithuania, Hernangomez: Spain, Mathiang: Sudano-Australian)/(16 in the USA: 4 NBA, 8 NCAA, 4 G-League and 3 abroad: 1 in Italy, 1 in Venezuela, 1 in Spain)

Chicago Bulls

Antonio Blakeney (Chicago Bulls, NBA), including Ingram (Loyola, NCAA), Ryan Arcidiacano (Windy City, G-League), Matt Williams Jr. (Central Florida, NCAA), Melo Trimble (Iowa, G-League)

Chandler Hutchison (Boise State, NCAA), Kaiser Gates (Xavier, NCAA), Oleksandr Kobes (Cherkasy, Ukraine), Jarnell Stokes (Zhejiang, China)

Wendell Carter Jr. (Duke, NCAA), Matt Willms (UTEP, NCAA), Shawn Long (Delaware, G-League)

(1 foreign player: kobes: Ukraine)/(10 in USA: 1 NBA, 6 NCAA, 3 G-League and 2 abroad, 1 in Ukraine, 1 in China)

Cleveland Riders

Collin Sexton (Alabama, NCAA), Dakota Mathias (Purdue, NCAA), Scoochie Smith (Township, G-League), John Holland (Township, G-League), Jordan Stevens (Midwestern State, NCAA)

Cedi Osman (Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA), Okaro White (Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA), Bonzie Colson (Notre Dame, NCAA), Billy Preston (Aleksandrovac, Bosnia and Herzegovina), Jamel Artis (Lakeland, G-League), Brayn Blake (Idaho, NCAA), Vladimir Brodziansky (Texas Christian, NCAA)

Ante Zizic (Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA), Marcus Lee (California, NCAA)

(4 Foreign players – Osman: Turkey, Zizic: Croatia, Holland: Puerto Rico, Brodziansky: Slovakia)/(13 in the USA: 3 NBA, 7 NCAA, 3 G-League and 1 abroad, Bosnia-Herzegovina)

Dallas Mavericks

Dennis Smith Jr. (Dallas Mavericks, NBA), Jalen Brunson (Villanova, NCAA), Josh Adams (Wyoming, NCAA), Phil Greene (St John’s, NCAA), Luka Soic (Real Madrid, Spain)

Dorian Finney-Smith (Dallas Mavericks, NBA), Kostas Antetokounmpo (Dayton, NCAA), Duop Reath (LSU, NCAA), Johnathan Motley (Texas Legends, G-League), Jalen Jones (Texas Legends, G-League), Jacob Wiley (Ludwigsburg, Germany), Mitch Creek (Adelaide, Australia), Ray Spalding (Louisville, NCAA)

(4 foreign players – Creek, Reath: Australia, therefore: Slovenia, Antetokounmpo: Greece)/(12 in USA: 2 NBA, 6 NCAA, 2 G-League – 3 abroad: 1 in Spain, 1 in Germany, 1 in Australia)

Denver Nuggets

Malik Beasley (Denver Nuggets, NBA), Monte Morris (Rio Grande Valley, G-League), Andre Spight (Northern Colorado, G-League), DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell (Illinois State, NCAA), Scott Machado (South Bay, G-League), Marcus Posley (St Bonaventure, NCAA), Victor Sanders (Idaho, NCAA)

Stan Okoye (Varese, Italy), Tyler Lydon (Rio grande Valley, G-League), Vlatko Cancar (Burgos, Spain), Petr chowdhary (Paris-Levallois, France), Hayden Dalton (Wyoming, NCAA), Emanuel Terry (Lincoln-Memorial, NCAA), Kenrich Williams (TCU, NCAA)

Thomas Welsh (UCLA, NCAA), Kennedy Meeks (Raptors 905, G-League)

(2 foreign players – Cancar: Slovenia, Chowdhary: France)/(13 in the USA: 1 NBA, 7 NCAA, 5 G-League – 3 abroad: 1 in Italy, 1 in Spain, 1 in France)

Detroit Pistons

Luke Kennard (Detroit Pistons, NBA), Larry Drew (New Orleans Pelicans, NBA), Bruce Brown Jr. (Miami, NCAA), Zach Lofton (New Mexico State, NCAA), Khadeen Carrington (Seton Hall, NCAA), Scottie Lindsey (Northwestern, NCAA), Max Hooper (Niagara, Canada), Jamel Morris (Grand Rapids, G-League), Kenneth “Speedy” Smith (Grand Rapids, G-League)

Henry Ellenson (Detroit Pistons, NBA), Reggie Hearn (Grand Rapids, G-League), Obi Enechionyia (Temple, NCAA), Eric Griffin (Eilat, Israël), Scotty Lindsey (Northwestern, NCAA), Khyri Thomas (Creighton, NCAA)

Johnny Hamilton (Arlington, NCAA), Nnanna Egwu (Grand Rapids, G-League)

(aucun joueur étranger) / (15 aux USA : 3 NBA, 8 NCAA, 4 G-League – 2 à l’étranger : 1 en Israël, 1 au Canada)

Golden State Warriors

Josh Magette (Hawks, NBA), Elijah Brown (Oregon, NCAA), Rion Brown (Dijon, France), Gian Clavell (Sakarya, Turquie), Xavier Cooks (Winthrop, Australie), Jacob Evans III (Cincinnati, NCAA), Jordan Howard (Central Arkansas, NCAA), Kendrick Nunn (Oakland, NCAA)

Jordan Bell (Warriors, NBA), Omari Johnson (Grizzlies, NBA), Marcus Derrickson (Georgetown, NCAA), Abudurexiti Abudushalamu (Xinjing, Chine), Nuni Omot (Baylor, NCAA), Jeff Roberson (Vanderbilt, NCAA), J.P. Tokoto (Perth, Australie)

Damian Jones (Warriors, NBA)

Houston Rockets

Trevon Duval (Duke, NCAA), RJ Hunter (Rio Grande Valley, G-League), Shannon Evans (Arizona State, NCAA), Rob Gray (Houston, NCAA), Markel Brown (Rio Grande Valley, G-League), De’Anthony Melton (USC, NCAA)

Quincy Miller (Quebradillas, Puerto Rico), Deng Adel (Louisville, NCAA), Gary Clark (Cincinnati, NCAA), Vincent Edwards (Purdue, NCAA), Danuel House (Northern Arizona, G-League), Roger Moute a Bidias (California, NCAA), Isaiah Wilkins (Virginia, NCAA)

Zhou Qi (Houston rockets, NBA), Chinanu Onuaku (Rio Grande Valley, G-League), Isaiah Hartenstein (Rio Grande Valley, G-League)

(2 foreign players – Qi: China, Hartenstein: Germany)/(14 in the USA: 1 NBA, 8 NCAA, 5 G-League – 1 abroad: 1 in Puerto Rico

Indiana Pacers

CJ Wilcox (Santa Cruz, G-League), Aaron Holiday (UCLA, NCAA), Bryce Alford (Oklahoma City, G-League), Tra-Deon Hollins (Nebraska-Omaha, NCAA), Travis Leslie (Paris-Levallois, France), Levi Randolph (Strasbourg, France), Elijah Stewart (USC, NCAA), Edmond Sumner (Fort Wayne, G-League)

TJ Leaf (Indiana Pacers, NBA), Alex Poythress (Indiana Pacers, NBA), Alize Johnson (Missouri State, NCAA), Ben Moore (Fort Wayne, G-League)

Henry Sims (Cremona, Italy)

(no foreign player)/(9 in USA: 2 NBA, 3 NCAA, 4 G-League – 3 abroad: 1 in Italy, 2 in France)

The Clippers

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (Kentucky, NCAA), Jawun Evans (Agua Caliente, G-League), Jordan Mathews (Erie, G-League), David Matty (Cholet, France), Jerome Robinson (Boston College, NCAA), Thomas Wimbush (Long Island, G-League)

Sindarius Thornwell (Agua Caliente, G-League), Tyler Harris (Providence, NCAA), Trish Johnson (Louisville, NCAA), Vince Hunter (AEK Athens, Greece), Grant Jerrett (Canton, China), Bogdan Bliznyuk (Eastern Washington, NCAA), Desi Rodriguez (Seton Hall, NCAA), Reggie Upshaw (Tubingen, Germany)

Angel Delgado (NCAA Hall)

(4 foreign players – Gilgeous-Alexander: Canada, Matty: France, Bliznyuk: Ukraine, Delgado: Dominican Republic)/(11 in USA: 7 NCAA, 4 G-League – 4 abroad: 1 in France, 1 in Greece, 1 in China, 1 in Germany)

Los Angeles Lakers

Alex Caruso (LA Lakers, NBA), Josh Hart (LA Lakers, NBA), Malik Newman (Kansas, NCAA), Joel Berry II (North Carolina, USA), Stephaun Branch (South Bay Lakers, G-League), Jeffrey Carroll (Oklahoma State, NCAA), Marcus Holland (South Bay Lakers, G-League), Xavier Mayes (Westchester Knicks, G-League)

Malik Pope (San Diego State, NCAA), Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (Kansas, NCAA), Nick King (Middle Tennessee State, NCAA)

Thomas Bryant (LA Lakers, NBA), Moritz Wagner (Michigan, NCAA), Johnathan Williams (Gonzaga, NCAA)

(3 Foreigners – Mayes: Canada, Mykhailiuk: Ukraine, Wagner: Germany)/(14 in USA: 3 NBA, 8 NCAA, 3 G-League)

Memphis Grizzlies

Wayne Selden Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies, NBA), Kobi Simmons (Memphis Grizzlies, NBA), Dee Billy (Strasbourg, France), Jevon Carter (West Virginia, NCAA), Markel Crawford (Ole Miss, NCAA), Brandon Goodwin (Florida Gulf Coast, NCAA), Brady Heslip (Trabzonspor, Turkey), E.C. Matthews (Rhode Island, NCAA)

Ivan Rabb (Memphis Grizzlies, NBA), Jaren Jackson Jr. (Michigan State, NCAA), Terry Larrier (Connecticut, NCAA), William Lee (UAB, NCAA)

Deyonta Davis (Memphis Grizzlies, NBA), Anas Mahmoud (Louisville, NCAA)

(1 foreign player – Mahmoud: Egypt)/(12 in the USA: 4 NBA, 8 NCAA – 2 abroad: 1 in France, 1 in Turkey)

Miami Heat

Rashad Vaughn (Orlando Magic, NBA), Derrick Walton Jr. (Sioux Falls, G-League), Matt Farrell (Notre Dame, NCAA), Daryl Macon (Arkansas, NCAA), Ike Nwamu (UNLV, NCAA), Tai Webster (Nebraska, NCAA)

Derrick Jones Jr. (Miami Heat, NBA), Duncan Robinson (Michigan, NCAA), Dikembe Dixson (UIC, NCAA), Yante Maten (Georgia, NCAA), Landry Jeanne (Baylor, NCAA), Justin Tillman (VCU, NCAA)

Bam Adebayo (Miami Heat, NBA), Jarrod Jones (Ball State, NCAA)

(2 Foreigners – Jeanne: Cameroon, Webster: New Zealand)/(14 in the USA: 3 NBA, 10 NCAA, 1 G-League)

Milwaukee Bucks

Sterling Brown (Milwaukee Bucks, NBA), Tim Quarterman (Houston rockets, NBA), including DiVincenzo (Villanova, NCAA), Trae Bell-Haynes (Vermont, NCAA), James Blackmon Jr. (Wisconsin, G-League), JeQuan Lewis (Wisconsin, G-League), Travis (Champville, Lebanon

DJ Wilson (Milwaukee Bucks, NBA), Jae’sean Tate (Ohio State, NCAA), Perry Ellis (Cantu, Italy), Jordan Barnett (Missouri, NCAA), TJ Cline (Holon, Israel)

Christian Wood (Delaware, G-League), Brandon McCoy (UNLV, NCAA)

(1 foreign player – Bell-Haynes: Canada)/(11 in the USA: 3 NBA, 5 NCAA, 3 G-League – 3 abroad: 1 in Lebanon, 1 in Italy, 1 in Israel)

Minnesota Timberwolves

Josh Okogie (Georgia Tech, NCAA), Jaylen Barford (Arkansas, NCAA), Isaiah Cousins (Cholet, France), Josh Gray (Northern Arizona, G-League), Tyler Nelson (Fairfield, NCAA), Jonathan Stark (Murray State, NCAA), Jared Terrell (Rhode Island, NCAA)

Keita Bates-Diop (Ohio State, NCAA), Charles Cooke (Salt Lake City, G-League), Amile Jefferson (Iowa, G-League), Perry Jones III (Iowa, G-League), Egor Koulechov (Florida, NCAA), Andrew White (Erie, G-League)

Dennis Clifford (Berlin, Allemagne), Nana Foulland (Bucknell, NCAA)

(2 joueurs étrangers – Okogie : Nigéria, Koulechov : Russie) / (13 aux USA : 8 NCAA, 5 G-League – 2 à l’étranger : 1 en France, 1 en Allemagne)

New Orleans Pelicans

Frank Jackson (New Orleans Pelicans, NBA), Trevon Bluiett (Xavier, NCAA), Tony Carr (Penn State, NCAA), Walter Lemon Jr. (Fort Wayne, G-League), Bryant McIntosh (Northwestern, NCAA), Roddy Peters (Nicholls State, NCAA), Chasson Randle (Real Madrid, Espagne), Shavon Shields (Trento, Italie)

Cheick Diallo (New Orleans Pelicans, NBA), Cliff Alexander (Asvel, France), Dwight Coleby (Western Kentucky, NCAA), Garlon Green (Mons-Hainaut, Belgique), DJ Hogg (Texas A&M, NCAA), Marvin Jones (Rhodes, Grèce), Derek Willis (Grand Rapids, G-League)

(2 joueurs étrangers – Coleby : Bahamas, Diallo : Mali) / (10 aux USA : 2 NBA, 6 NCAA, 2 G-League – 5 à l’étranger : 1 en Espagne, 1 en Italie, 1 en France, 1 en Belgique, 1 en Grèce)

New York Knicks

Frank Ntilikina (New York Knicks, NBA), Damyean Dotson (New York Knicks, NBA), Alonzo Trier (Arizona, NCAA), Michael Gbinjie (Santa Cruz, G-League), Billy Garrett (Wetchester, G-League), Tony Taylor (Banvit, Turquie), Tyrius Walker (Morehouse, NCAA),

Troy Williams (New York Knicks, NBA), Kevin Knox (Kentucky, NCAA), Isaiah Hicks (Wetchester, G-League), Justin Harper (Asvel, France), Juwan Howard Jr. (Contern, Luxembourg), Daniel Ochefu (Maine, G-League), Paul Watson (Wetchester, G-League)

Luke Kornet (Wetchester, G-League), Mitchell Robinson (saison blanche),

(1 joueur étranger – Ntilikina : France) / (12 aux USA : 3 NBA, 3 NCAA, 6 G-League et 3 à l’étranger : 1 en Turquie, 1 en France, 1 au Luxembourg)

Oklahoma City Thunder

Terrance Ferguson (Oklahoma City Thunder, NBA), Devon Hall (Virginia, NCAA), Hamidou Diallo (Kentucky, NCAA), Deonte Burton (Wonju, Corée du Sud), Phil Pressey (Barcelone, Espagne)

Daniel Hamilton (Oklahoma City, G-League), Kevin Hervey (Texas Arlington, NCAA), P.J. Dozier (Oklahoma City, G-League), Awudu Abass (Milan, Italie), Michael Carrera (Oklahoma City, G-League), Justin Leon (Oklahoma City, G-League), Richard Solomon (Usak, Turquie), Rashawn Thomas (Oklahoma City, G-League)

Dakari Johnson (Oklahoma City Thunder, NBA)

(1 joueur étranger – Abass : Italie) / (10 aux USA : 2 NBA, 3 NCAA, 5 G-League – 4 à l’étranger : 1 en Corée du Sud, 1 en Espagne, 1 en Italie, 1 en Turquie)

Orlando Magic

Rodney Purvis (Orlando Magic, NBA), Melvin Frazier (Tulane, NCAA), Troy Caupain (Lakeland, G-League), Braian Angola-Rodas (Florida State, NCAA), Jacobi Boykins (Louisiana Tech, NCAA), Isaiah Briscoe (Tallin, Estonie), Kendall Stephens (Nevada, NCAA), Jay Wright (Lakeland Magic, NCAA)

Jonathan Isaac (Orlando Magic, NBA), Wes Iwundu (Lakeland, G-League), Jamel Artis (Lakeland, G-League), Antonio Campbell (Alaska, Philippines), Tyler Rawson (Utah, NCAA)

Mo Bamba (Texas, NCAA), Khem Birch (Orlando Magic, NBA), Chance Comanche (Memphis Hustle, G-League), Byron Mullens (Lakeland Magic, G-League)

(1 étranger – Birch : Canada) / (15 aux USA : 3 NBA, 7 NCAA, 5 G-League et 2 à l’étranger : 1 en Estonie et 1 aux Philippines)

Philadelphia 76ers

Furkan Korkmaz (Philadelphia 76ers, NBA), Demetrius Jackson (Philadelphia 76ers, NBA), Tra Holder (Arizona State, NCAA), David Cohn (William & Mary, NCAA), Zhaire Smith (Texas Tech, NCAA), Landry Shamet (Wichita State, NCAA), Devondrick Walker (Perth, Australie), Elijah Bryant (BYU, NCAA)

Chris McCullough, (Washington Wizards, NBA), Isaiah Miles (USAK, Turquie), Haywood Highsmith (Wheeling Jesuit, NCAA), Cameron Oliver (Delaware, G-League), Aaron Epps (LSU, NCAA), Phillip Carr (Morgan State, NCAA)

Norvel Pelle (Varese, Italie), Norbertas Giga (Jacksonville State, NCAA)

(3 joueurs étrangers – Korkmaz : Turquie, Pelle : Antigua-et-Barbuda, Giga : Lituanie) / (13 aux USA : 3 NBA, 9 NCAA, 1 G-League – 3 à l’étranger : 1 en Australie, 1 en Turquie, 1 en Italie)

Phoenix Suns

Elie Okobo (Pau-Orthez, France), George King (Colorado, NCAA), Davon Reed (Northern Arizona, G-League), Emmett Naar (Saint Mary’s, NCAA), Javonte Green (Trieste, Italy), Shaquille Harrison (Northern Arizona, G-League)

Josh Jackson (Phoenix Suns, NBA), Dragan Bender (Phoenix Suns, NBA), Mikal Bridges (Villanova, NCAA), Jack Cooley (Reno, G-League), Rahlir Hollis-Jefferson (Northern Arizona, G-League), George King (Colorado, NCAA), Alec Peters (Northern Arizona, G-League)

DeAndre Ayton (Arizona, NCAA), Tai Odiase (Tenerife, Spain)

(4 Foreign players – Okobo: France, Naar: Australia, Bender: Croatia, Ayton: Bahamas)/(12 in USA: 2 NBA, 5 NCAA, 5 G-League – 3 abroad: 1 in France, 1 in Italy, 1 in Spain)

Portland Trail Blazers

Jake Layman (Portland Trailblazers, NBA), Wade Baldwin IV (Portland Trailblazers, NBA), Gary Trent Jr. (Duke, NCAA), Fernee Simons (IMG Academy, High School), Archie Goodwin (Northern Arizona, G-League), John Jenkins (Burgos, Spain), Casper Ware (Melbourne, Australia

Zach Collins (Portland Trailblazers, NBA), Caleb Swanigan (Portland Trailblazers, NBA), KJ McDaniels (Grand Rapids, G-League), Kyle Wiltjer (Olympiacos, Greece), MiKyle McIntosh (Oregon, NCAA)

Georgios Papagiannis (Portland Trailblazers, NBA)

(2 foreign players – Wiltjer: Canada, Papagiannis: Greece)/(10 in USA: 5 NBA, 2 NCAA, 2 G-League, 1 high School – 3 abroad: 1 in Spain, 1 in Australia, 1 in Greece)

Sacramento Kings

De’Aaron Fox (Sacramento Kings, NBA), Frank Mason III (Sacramento Kings, NBA), Marcus Foster (Creighton, NCAA), Allerik Freeman (NC State, NCAA), Daxter Miles Jr. (West Virginia, NCAA), Elston Turner Jr. (Naples, Italy), Brandon Austin (Reno, G-League)

Marvin Bagley III (Duke, NCAA), Justin Jackson (Sacramento Kings, NBA), Harry Giles III (Sacramento Kings, NBA), Nigel Hayes (Sacramento Kings, NBA), Cam Reynolds (Tula, NCAA), Wenyen Gabriel (Kentucky, NCAA), Zach Augustus (Panathinaikos, Greece), Devin Williams (Bayamon, Puerto Rico)

(1 foreign player – Gabriel: Sudan)/(12 in the USA: 5 NBA, 6 NCAA, 1 G-League and 3 abroad: 1 in Italy, 1 in Greece, 1 in Puerto Rico)

San Antonio Spurs

Lonnie Walker IV (Miami, NCAA), Derrick White (Austin, G-League), Jordan Green (Texas A&M, NCAA), Olivier Hanlan (Austin, G-League), Jeff Ledbetter (Austin, G-League), Trey McKinney-Jones (Fort Wayne, G-League), London Perrantes (Canton, G-League), Maverick Rowan (Lakeland, G-League)

Jaron Blossomgame (Austin, G-League), Cory Jefferson (Milan, Italy), Kris Jenkins (Sioux Falls, G-League), Chimezie Metu (USC, NCAA), Raphiael Putney (San German, Puerto Rico)

Amida Brimah (Partizan Belgrade, Serbia), Drew Eubanks (Oregon State, NCAA), Tommy Hamilton (Texas Tech, NCAA)

(2 foreign players – Hanlan: Canada, Brimah: Ghana)/(13 in the USA: 5 NCAA, 8 G-League – 3 abroad: 1 in Italy, 1 in Puerto Rico, 1 in Serbia)

Toronto Raptors

Marquis Teague (Memphis, G-League), Malachi Richardson (Raptors 905, G-League), Rawle Alkins (Arizona, NCAA), Malcolm Miller (Raptors 905, G-League), Codi Miller-McIntyre (Wake Forest, NCAA), Giddy Potts (Middle Tennessee, NCAA), Andrew Rowsey (Marquette, NCAA

OG Anunoby (Toronto Raptors, NBA), Alfonzo McKinnie (Toronto Raptors, NBA), Chris Boucher (Santa Cruz, G-League), Fuquan Edwin (Seton Hall, NCAA)

Tryggvi Hlinason (Valencia, Spain), Augusto Lima (Murcia, Spain), Shevon Thompson (George Mason, NCAA)

(5 Foreign players – Anunoby: England, Boucher: Canada, Hlinason: Iceland, Lima: Brazil, Thompson: Jamaica)/(12 in the USA: 2 NBA, 6 NCAA, 4 G-League and 2 abroad: 2 in Spain)

Utah Jazz

Grayson Allen (Duke, NCAA), Malcolm Hill (Illinois, NCAA), Trey Lewis (Louisville, NCAA), Jairus Lyles (UMBC, NCAA), Naz Mitrou-Long (Salt Lake, G-League), Matt Mobley (St Bonaventure, NCAA), Kendrick Ray (Kennesaw State, NCAA), Thomas Wilder (Western Michigan, NCAA)

George Niang (Salt Lake, G-League), Peyton Aldridge (Davidson, NCAA), Kelan Martin (Butler, NCAA), Erik McCree (Salt Lake, G-League), Zach Thomas (Bucknell, NCAA)

Tony Bradley (Salt Lake, G-League), Isaac Haas (Purdue, NCAA), Diamond Stone (Salt Lake, G-League)

(1 foreign player – Mitrou-Long: Canada)/(16 in USA: 11 NCAA, 5 G-League)

Washington Wizards

Aaron Harrison (Dallas Mavericks, NBA), Sam Cassell Jr. (Halcones, Mexico), Chris Chiozza (Florida, NCAA), Phil Goss (PAOK, Greece), Tiwian Kendley (Morgan State, NCAA), Jalen Ross (Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina), Demilade Sanon (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Philipp Scrubb (Frankfurt, Germany)

Devin Robinson (Washington wizards, NBA), Troy Brown Jr. (Oregon, NCAA), Carrick Felix (Melbourne, Australia), Ajdin Penava (Marshall, NCAA), Heng YiFeng (Guangzhou, China)

Thomas Bryant (Los Angeles Lakers, NBA), Alan Herndon (Wyoming, NCAA), Doral Moore (Wake Forest, NCAA)

(3 Foreign players – Scrubb: Canada, Sanon: Ukraine, YiFeng: China)/(9 in USA: 3 NBA, 6 NCAA – 7 abroad: 1 in Mexico, 1 in Greece, 1 in Bosnia Herzegovina, 1 in Slovenia, 1 in Germany, 1 in Australia, 1 in China)

The ten players to follow

DeAndre Ayton (Phoenix)

No. 1 of the last Draft is a physical phenomenon with its moving shoulders and power on the ground. DeAndre Ayton is clearly expected at the turn by the fans of the Suns, but also by the rest of the league that waits to see who will be the next dominant interior to make again tilt the game towards the painting. Until we find out if he has such a potential, we will be content to see him at work for the first time in an NBA context. It is pawing to see him collaborate with Elie Okobo on the leader – pivot axis.

Azie Bagley III (Sacramento)

Author of a mammoth dunk from his first game at the home Summer league in Sacramento, Marvin Bagley III was soon to develop in his new colours. Inside very loose and able to move quickly on the fast game, he still has to find his bearings in the game at half distance but his debut is encouraging for the Kings. We are already rubbing hands with his collaboration with De’Aaron Fox… and his confrontation against Ayton as early as Saturday!

Trae Young (Atlanta)

Whether in one way or the other, Trae Young knows that he will be judged quite dry. The Oklahoma leader is clearly the most cleaving player in this Draft. With the Hawks, he has already shown good and at least good in the summer league in Utah. Capable of big Hot Shots, Trae Young will mostly be scrutinized in defense, to see if he holds roughly the blow against the speed and physics of the NBA. We will also watch his ability to create for his teammates and finishes near the circle.

Mo Bamba (Orlando)

With Jonathan Isaac and Mo Bamba, the Magic will be able to present a 2.0 version of the Twin Towers. The latest draft, Mo Bamba, will be placed under the microscope to observe whether his outdoor shoot is well suited to the speed of the NBA game. Similarly, we will wait to see Bamba (and ISAAC at the same time) in defence, as an air traffic controller and counter near the circle. With its record size, Mo Bamba should be able to dominate the competition!

Collin Sexton (Cleveland)

He will have tried to convince LeBron James to stay with him in Cleveland, but Collin Sexton will be the baton of a team in full reconstruction in Ohio. And for the time being, he will have the opportunity in Las Vegas to impose his style and take full reins of the Cavs. Its performance, with important responsibilities, could well strengthen its confidence for the next entry.

Tryggvi Hlinason (Toronto)

The Icelandic giant of Valencia remained discreet this season with the Spanish club, obtaining for example only 8 minutes on average in Euroleague. But with his mobility for a player of his size (2M16), Tryggvi Hlinason (who is only 20 years old) is a prospect to follow. In the summer league game where the ball tends to stick to the hands of the backs and shooters in general, it is hoped that the Raptors will find a way to feed it in order to see its progress in the last two seasons.

Demilade Sanon (Washington, D.C.)

The youngest player in the summer league at the age of 18, Demilade Sanon is one of the most exciting players to follow because has a pretty character and a rather seductive game. Adept of immediate takeoffs and explosions of emotions, the young Ukrainian back comes to Las Vegas for a brief interlude: he arrives without pressure and should indulge… and us with!

Malik Monk (Charlotte)

Placed under incubator all season, Malik Monk is vengeful. Selected in front of Donovan Mitchell in this case, he knows that he is much better than he was able to show under the tunic of the Hornets this year. More and more in sight on the end of the regular season, Malik Monk is a natural scorer and he could very well drop a few cartons in Las Vegas, history to remind everyone that he has not disappeared radars in such a short time.

Jarrett Allen (Brooklyn)

The rangy interior of the Nets surprised a lot of people this season. And it should not stop in such a good way this summer! Jarrett Allen will have a veteran role to play with his young teammates but he is also expected to attack, with more balloons and shoot tickets that will no longer be on the Pick & roll. Rightly pampered in Brooklyn, Jarrett Allen is the future home of the Nets!

Zach Collins (Portland)

The Blazers send five players their NBA rotation to Las Vegas and among them, Zach Collins is the player who will be following. If we wait to see if Jake Layman can finally regain his offensive confidence, Zach Collins is a safer bet with his versatility and confidence in the zenith shot. Empowered from his rookie year, he has already played an important role for Coach Stotts this season and there is no doubt that he will play even more minutes in the future in Oregon. Local of the stage in Vegas, he will want to shine after a disappointing first appearance last year.

The Frenchies

Frank Ntilikina (New York)

Deprived of the exercise last summer when he arrived in the Great League, Frank Ntilikina will be one of the Knicks leaders for this fortnight. Seriously put to work since the end of the New York season, the Tricolor leader has already taken the buffet and we hope to see him swift and fierce, with more aggression in attack. This is the perfect opportunity for him to try things and show that he is now well integrated into the Knicks game project.

Anjana Yabusele (Boston)

With the Celtics throughout their beautiful adventure in the last playoffs, Anjana Yabusele was not entitled to a lot of minutes. In Las Vegas, he will be spoilt for choice! Just like Ntilikina, Yabusele is already known on the circuit and it is now necessary to confirm his predispositions interviews on snippets of matches. With his panzer physique, and his G-League experience, Anjana Yabusele should be one of the flagship players of this summer.

Alpha Kaba (Atlanta)

At the end of a half-fig season in the Asvel, Alpha Kaba regained the temperature of his NBA rating at the Hawks. The young French interior has turned 6 points and 6 rebounds this season in Pro A and it is hoped for him that he will simply have a chance to show what he is capable of in the rotation of the Hawks. If Trae Young and others want to let go of the leather, basically…

Petr Chowdhary (Denver)

Like Alpha Kaba, Petr chowdhary is not necessarily in a position of strength after a mixed season in Pro a. The elder of Le Mans and Paris-Levallois has been sweating with big drops at the Red rocks in preparation for the summer league and is expected to see it more assured and more present this summer. Already familiar with the context of the summer League, Petr Chowdhary must definitely show himself in a better light, failing which he could see the NBA train moving away…

Elie Okobo (Phoenix)

Newly drafted by the Suns, Elie Okobo is the only rookie in the Tri-band. The leader of Pau Orthez comes out of a season all fire all flame, curled as it should with his performance at 44 points that made talk! Elie Okobo is on a very interesting dynamic, with convincing workouts then her draft and the signing of her contract in the aftermath. With Ayton, Jackson and Bender, he’ll have a good world to feed for scoring.

David Matty (The Clippers)

The leader of Cholet this season also returns to the Clippers to regain the thread of his American history. Alternating the good and the least good under the orders of Philippe Hervé, David Matty will have to make the right choices to the controllers of the summer team of the Clippers. Good surprise for his very first appearance in 2016, he has a little stalled since… We hope he can restart the machine this summer!

Some nuggets
– This year there will be no less than 37 nationalities represented in Las Vegas including the United States of course, Canada: 10 (Gilgeous-Alexander, Mayes, Bell-Haynes, Birch, Wiltjer, Boucher, Ennis, Hanlan, Scrubb, Mitrou-Long); Australia: 7 (Landae, Cooks, Naar, Adel, Creek, Reath, Mathiang); France: 6 (Ntilikina, Yabusele, Kaba, Chowdhary, Matty, Okobo); China: 4 (Abudushalamu, Yanyuhang, Zhou, YiFeng), Ukraine (Kobes, Bliznyuk, Mykhailiuk, Sanon); Greece: 3 (Antetokounmpo, Dorsey, Papagiannis); Croatia: 2 (Zizic, Bender), Germany: 2 (Hartenstein, Wagner), the Bahamas (Ayton, Coleby), Puerto Rico (Clavell, Holland), Slovenia (therefore, Cancar), Turkey (Osman, Korkmaz), Lithuania (Kubolka, Giga), Jamaica (Johnson, Thompson); Spain: 1 (Hernangomez), England: 1 (Anunoby), New Zealand: 1 (Webster), Nigeria: 1 (Okogie), Egypt (Mahmoud), Latvia (KURUCS), Bosnia Herzegovina (Musa), Argentina (Vaulet), Israel (Dawson), Antigua (Shovel), Japan ( Watanabe), Mali (Diallo), Slovakia (Brodziansky), Kenya (Omot), Dominican Republic (Delgado), Cameroon (Jeanne), Russia (Kuleshov), Italy (Abass), Sudan (Gabriel), Ghana (Brimah), Iceland (Hlinason) and Brazil (Lima).

– The most cosmopolitan team is Brooklyn with 7 nationalities represented including the United States, Latvia (KURUCS), Bosnia Herzegovina (Musa), Japan (Watanabe), China (Yanyuhang), Israel (Dawson) and Argentina (Vaulet).
– Conversely, the Pistons and the Pacers brought together a group without any international player.
– The Wizards were the most “adventurous” in their roster by going to draw in no less than 7 foreign championships to recruit their players of the summer: in Mexico, Greece, Bosnia Herzegovina, Slovenia, Germany, Australia and China.
– If we look at the represented championships, there are 26 leagues from around the world, in addition to the American leagues. Our Pro A will be very present in Vegas with 12 players, the largest contingent of a foreign championship (ahead of Spain and Italy at 10).
– in detail, it gives: 193 NCAA players, 69 NBA players, 102 G-League players (and even a high school player – either 364 evolving in the USA); 12 players in France; 11 in Spain; 10 in Italy; 6 in Australia and Turkey; 5 in Greece and China; 4 in Israel and Germany; 3 in Puerto Rico; 2 in Bosnia and Herzegovina; 1 in Serbia, Japan, Croatia, Argentina, Venezuela, Ukraine, Canada, Lebanon, Belgium, Luxembourg, South Korea, Estonia, Philippines, Mexico and Slovenia.
– The Warriors decided to do without the G-League. On the other hand, Spurs count heavily on the league’s antichamber with 8 G-League players.
– with five members of their NBA rotation enrolled in the summer league, the Blazers want to see their young players (Layman, Baldwin, Collins, Swanigan, Papagiannis) take responsibility.
– In the 7-family game, we will find the fists of former NBA players such as Sam Cassell Jr or Jaren Jackson Jr. There are also brothers with Rahlir Hollis-Jefferson, Kostas Antetokounmpo
– Max Hooper, return II. Passed by the summer troop of Thunder two years ago, and with the Wizards last year, Hooper is this time with the Pistons. The serial shooter is back! Yes, the one who took all of his shots behind the bow on his last NCAA season (i.e. 257 shots)!
– Velocity level, hard to do better than Kenneth “Speedy” Smith who will play for the Pistons in Vegas… and who was evolving this season for the Grand Rapids! It’s not invented!
– Frédéric Fauthoux, Coach of Paris Levallois and former French international, will be among the coaches invited by the Spurs during this summer league, as well as Sasa Obradovic, the current coach of Krasnodar.
– Junior Robinson may well be the “Cinderella story” of the summer. Smaller than Spud Webb or Isaiah Thomas with 1m65 alone, Robinson is part of the Hawks team. He will try to become the third player of 1m65 or less to play in the NBA, after Muggsy bugs and Earl Boykins. A big challenge for the shot!