Chris Reichert: Jerrelle Benimon with be at LVSL playing for the Brooklyn Nets, per a league source #DLeagueAlum
Chris Reichert: Tu Holloway (Texas Legends) will play for the NBA D-League Select team at LVSL, per a league source
Alex Kennedy: Micheal Eric will be playing for the Washington Wizards' Summer League team, per sources.
Alex Kennedy: Quinn Cook to play for D-League Select Team in Summer League. He was D-League ROY (19.6 PPG, 5.4 APG, 3.9 RPG 1.2 SPG, 46.6% FG, 38.2% 3PT).
Marc J. Spears: Landry Fields and 7-6 center Mamadou N'Diaye from UC Irvine on Warriors' summer league team. twitter.com/warriorspr/sta…
Tim Kawakami: Warriors announce that assistant Jarron Collins will coach their summer league team (if that hadn't already been announced, I'm not sure).
Alex Kennedy: Arinze Onuaku is playing Summer League with ORL. He has history with Vogel. He was with IND for camp/preseason in 2014-15, and SL last year.
Adam Johnson: In addition to the Knicks, Ognjen Kuzmic is expected to play for the Golden State Warriors summer league team, sources tell D-League Digest.
Tony Jones: Former Utah State star Spencer Butterfield will play with the Utah Jazz in summer league, League sources tell The Tribune
Chris Reichert: Scotty Hopson and Nate Wolters both playing for the Indiana Pacers at Orlando SL -- yeeeesssssss! #DLeagueAlum
Brad Turner: Clips roster for Orlando Summer League: Brice Johnson, CJ Wilcox, Branden Dawson, Andrew Andrews, Alex Hamilton, Vince Hunter, David Michineau, Royce O'Neale, Greg Stiemsma, Diamond Stone, TaShawn Thomas, Julian Washburn, Wes Washpun. Brendan O'Connor is head coach.
David 'Dubi' Pick: Source: Alex Tyus, won the Euroleague under David Blatt, agreed to play for Washington Wizards in Vegas.
Chris Kroeger: #Hornets announce Frank Kaminsky will not play in summer league. Kaminsky is having procedure to remove "pocket of air" from chest.
David 'Dubi' Pick: Source: Shonn Miller, forward from UConn, agreed to Summer League deal with Utah Jazz.
Alex Kennedy: Darington Hobson will be playing on the Atlanta Hawks' Summer League team, per sources.
After going without selection in the NBA draft, former Alabama basketball player Retin Obasohan will get his shot as a free agent. The Sacramento Kings signed him to a summer league contract for another tryout in the 11-day Las Vegas league.
They have non-guaranteed deals with Jarell Eddie and Drew Gooden to make decisions on by July 15, before they become fully guaranteed. Eddie will play at Las Vegas summer league. If they move on from Gooden, there's a strong chance he can be used in a trade package to fill out the roster.
The Portland Trail Blazers are still two weeks away from heading to Las Vegas for NBA Summer League, but their potential roster is starting to take shape. Four players from last year's roster –Pat Connaughton, Cliff Alexander, Luis Montero and Noah Vonleh – are all slated to play in Vegas again this season. They will be joined by second-round draft pick Jake Layman, who plans to arrive in Portland in early July to practice with the rest of the summer league roster.
The Courier-Journal reported last week that point guard Russ Smith has also accepted an invitation from the Blazers to join the summer league roster.
Aaron Johnson: Former Arizona State center, Jordan Bachynski informed me that he will play in the Las Vegas Summer League with the Portland Trail #Blazers.
Cleanthony Early, Phil Jackson’s first-ever draft pick, will be featured on the Knicks summer-league team that will compete in Orlando as he attempts a comeback from last season’s gunshot. Early, selected in the second round at No. 34 in 2014, is a free agent and has been a major disappointment. His career hit rock-bottom last December when he was shot in the knee in a robbery after leaving a Queens strip club in the early morning.
Kevin Durant's looming free agency will overtake Oklahoma City and, really, the entire sports world at the start of July. But for the Thunder, another important summer checkpoint will be ongoing at the same time: summer league. A few of OKC's young pieces are expected to compete: Cameron Payne, Josh Huestis and Mitch McGary. But perhaps the Thunder's most anticipated young talent, rookie Domantas Sabonis, won't be in Orlando for summer league, The Oklahoman has learned. But it's for good reason. Sabonis, the 11th overall pick acquired in the Serge Ibaka trade, will focus on competing for his home country of Lithuania in the summer Olympics. His father, Hall of Famer Arvydas Sabonis, is the president of the Lithanian Basketball Federation. The country has a well-respected history in international hoops competitions, including three Olympic bronze medals. Sabonis is expected to play a role on the team, alongside fellow NBA big man Jonas Valanciunas.
David 'Dubi' Pick: Source: Kyle Kuric, overcame brain surgery to remove tumor, has joined the Phoenix Suns for Summer League. This dude is a HERO.
Former Wyoming guard Josh Adams has signed with the Denver Nuggets after he wasn't taken in the NBA draft. Adams will audition for his hometown team during the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas July 8-18.
Jake Fischer: Sixers forward Richaun Holmes will play both Utah and Las Vegas summer league, according to a league source.
David 'Dubi' Pick: I'm told Mavericks agreed to Summer League deal with Casey Prather. He won the championship in Australia.
David 'Dubi' Pick: Source: Devin Booker, MVP in France, agreed to Summer League deal with New York Knicks.
David 'Dubi' Pick: Former San Antonio draftee Cady Lalanne, gold-winner in Puerto Rico, added to Spurs roster for Summer League (Orlando and Vegas).
Alex Kennedy: Former Illinois star Brandon Paul is playing Summer League with the Charlotte Hornets.
Alex Kennedy: As I previously reported, former USF star Victor Rudd will play for the Miami Heat's Summer League team.
The summer league roster for the Utah Jazz is filling up and beginning to take shape. League sources, on Sunday, confirmed to the Salt Lake Tribune that two more players will be coming to SLC in the next week. Those guys are 6-foot-7 small forward JJ O’Brien and seven-footer Bangaly Fofana, who played this season overseas.
J. Michael Falgoust: Tennessee G Kevin Punter is going to #NBA summer league w/the #Twolves, league sources tell @CSNMA ....
Shams Charania: Undrafted Washington guard Andrew Andrews, the PAC-12's leading scorer last season, will go to summer league with the Clippers.
But at age 32, Lorbek will have to overcome some obstacles if he truly hopes to play for the Spurs next season. Once considered one of the best big man in the Euroleague, the Spurs would like to see what kind of shape Lorbek is in, as he hasn’t played since 2014. If they’re satisfied, the next step would be for Lorbek to possibly join the Spurs’ summer league squad in Utah and Las Vegas.
Michael Scotto: New York Knicks have received a commitment from JP Tokoto (North Carolina) for Summer League, per league source.
Hernangomez will compete with Denver’s team in the NBA summer league, as the player’s future is still unclear and the Nuggets have not take yet a decision about signing him this summer. In any case, Hernangomez wasn’t a lock to make the final roster of the Spanish national team, so he will be free to chase his NBA dream.
A. Sherrod Blakely: .@celtics still finalizing summer league roster which will likely include James Young. #Celticstalk
The Knicks need a center, and at least their summer league team has a familiar name — Duke’s 7-footer Marshall Plumlee, according to a source. Plumlee, who finished his senior season with the Blue Devils, went undrafted on Thursday and could be invited to training camp if he shows well in Orlando, Fla., where the Knicks open July 2. Their first summer league practice is Wednesday. Plumlee’s two brothers are in the NBA. Mason is an ex-Net who now plays for the Blazers. Miles is on the Bucks but once played for Jeff Hornacek in Phoenix.
The San Antonio Spurs will take part in the Utah and Las Vegas Summer Leagues from July 4-18. Though the first game doesn’t begin until July 4, the Spurs’ Summer League team(s) is already beginning to take shape, according to multiple outlets. Nikola Milutinov, 7’0″ center – Milutinov’s name was reported to be part of the Spurs’ SL team when he withdrew from the Serbian National team in Olympic Qualifiers, as their head coach said Milutinov informed him he wouldn’t be playing for Serbia in order to play with the Spurs’ Summer League team.
Former University of Miami alumn Angel Rodriguez will play in Summer League with the San Antonio Spurs, as he announced via Twitter. He averaged 11.6 points per game in his senior year and went undrafted.
Darren Wolfson: Villanova national champ PG Ryan Arcidiacono is heading to the #Spurs on a partially guaranteed deal, per source. Good spot for him.
Ramasar said that unlike former teammates Diamond Stone and Jake Layman, who wound up being picked in the second round at Nos. 40 and 47 and traded to the Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers, respectively, Carter will also be scouted in Las Vegas by other teams that still might be interested in him. According to Ramasar, Carter has dropped his body fat to around 10 percent, per the measurements taken by the Clippers after a recent workout. He had been measured at about 13 percent at the NBA combine in Chicago last month. “We want him down to single digits body fat,” Ramasar said.
Mark Medina: Jabari Brown plans to play for Lakers' summer league team, according to league sources.
Emiliano Carchia: SOURCE: TaShawn Thomas will play for the Los Angeles Clippers in the NBA Summer League
Emiliano Carchia: SOURCE: Mckenzie Moore will play for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Summer League
Paul Garcia: Michigan State guard Bryn Forbes will also reportedly play for Spurs' Summer League team: projectspurs.com/2016-articles/… https://t.co/0UwfNPmAqS
David 'Dubi' Pick: Miami Heat roster for Summer League will include guard Briante Weber, I've been told.
Rick Bonnell: Former Illinois guard Brandon Paul says via Twitter that he'll play for @Charlotte Hornets at Orlando summer league.
Robert Carter sat home with his family in Thomasville, Ga., to find out where his NBA career would begin Thursday. It'll be with the Golden State Warriors for Las Vegas summer league because the 6-9 forward went undrafted out of Maryland. Carter, his agent Todd Ramasar told CSNmidatlantic.com after the five-hour draft, rejected offers to be drafted in the second round by the Atlanta Hawks and Denver Nuggets because both teams wanted to stash him overseas. It was clear midway through the second round that Carter would be going the free-agent route. "I'm disappointed for Robert," Ramasar said. "At the same time, I'm ecstatic because Golden State has a lot of free agents in their frontcourt."
Sean Cunningham: Sacramento native Michael Bryson will be on the Phoenix Suns Summer League roster - joining Elk Grove's Marquese Chriss. @ABC10
Though nothing was announced, five Heat signings were disclosed: South Carolina small forward Michael Carrera (confirmed by agent Seth Cohen), former St. John's power forward/center Chris Obekpa, Louisiville shooting guard Damion Lee (announced by his university) and Toledo center Nathan Booth (reported by Sheridan Hoops) and Hawaii center Stefan Jankovic.
August 2, 2021 | 7:06 pm EDT Update
Michael Grange: Any potential move where Dragic is sent to Dallas could very well involve Dwight Powell coming back. No news on that front yet but Powell would look at it as a homecoming, for obvious reasons, I’m told.
Bobby Marks: Despite the Kyle Lowry sign-and-trade and Duncan Robinson signing, Miami can still use the $9.5M midlevel exception and still stay below the hard cap. Rest of the roster would be filled with minimum contracts.
August 2, 2021 | 6:58 pm EDT Update
Paul Garcia: The Spurs signing McDermott is probably a sign Rudy Gay might not return to San Antonio. McDermott can start or come off the bench in Gay’s role. But, this could be another player in the way of Luka Samanic earning rotation minutes.
Paul granted Yahoo Sports an exclusive interview on the heels of agreeing to his new deal. “One thing I’ll never do is take this game for granted,” Paul told Yahoo Sports. “I love to play. It’s a real privilege. I’ve said this time and time again, I don’t care what type of business endeavors I’ll have set up when I’m done playing, it’s going to be so hard and tough whenever I finish playing. Because I love the game, I love the grind, I love the workouts, all of it. This game means a lot to me, and I’m so thankful to be in this position.”
His name was linked to the New York Knicks and the Los Angeles Lakers, but Paul realized he was in the midst of something special and elected to run it back. “After this season in Phoenix and experiencing how amazing the fans were, my chemistry with my teammates, with [Devin Booker] Book, with Monty [Williams], I knew Phoenix was where I wanted to be,” Paul told Yahoo Sports. “It’s time to get back to work.”