Kristian Winfield: Nets Summer League roster includes C…

Kristian Winfield: Nets Summer League roster includes Caris LeVert, Jarrett Allen and rookies Dzanan Musa and Rodions Kurucs. Assistant coach Jacque Vaughn will be head coach during Summer League. Kenny Atkinson coached last season.

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Mark Berman: #Rockets announce Summer League roster: pic.twitter.com/LS4LhW6T8Z

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Josh Lewenberg: Raptors announce their Summer League roster, which includes OG Anunoby, Alfonzo McKinnie, Malachi Richardson, Malcolm Miller and Canadian Chris Boucher. Nick Nurse will coach. pic.twitter.com/JgV5ksCsdA

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Al Iannazzone: Knicks Summer League roster pic.twitter.com/pU2HGHbqcD

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Mark Berman: NBA source confirms Isaiah Wilkins (@isaiahwilkins21), 6-8 forward from Virginia who went undrafted, invited to play for the #Rockets Summer League team. In 2018 Wilkins started all 34 games, averaging 6 points & 6.2 rebounds. He's the stepson of Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins.
The Charlotte Hornets announced today the 19-man roster for the team’s mini-camp beginning July 2 in advance of the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League 2018 in Las Vegas. The team’s full mini-camp roster is listed below. The four-day mini-camp will take place at the Novant Health Training Center inside Spectrum Center from Monday, July 2 through Thursday, July 5. Hornets Head Coach James Borrego and players participating in the mini-camp will be available to the media after the first practice each day.
The Atlanta Hawks announced their 2018 Summer League roster today, which will compete in the Utah Jazz Summer League in Salt Lake City, UT from July 2-5, and the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League 2018 in Las Vegas, NV between July 6-17 under the guidance of first-year Head Coach Lloyd Pierce and his staff. All of Atlanta’s games will be televised on either NBA TV, ESPN or ESPN2.
Tiwian Kendley, who spent two years at Morgan State University, will play for the Washington Wizards in the NBA’s Summer League in Las Vegas. Kendley, who went undrafted in the 2018 NBA Draft, signed an agreement to play for Washington’s summer league team earlier this week.

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Three years —and two surgeries— after he was drafted, Juan Pablo Vaulet will finally don a Nets uniform at the Las Vegas Summer League next month. Vaulet, a month younger than D’Angelo Russell, was drafted at age 19 in the second round of the 2015 Draft, the Nets sending two second rounders and $880,000 to Charlotte to secure his rights.
”I was very happy to be invited to the Summer League,” Vaulet told NBA Mexico. “I think it’s a great opportunity for me, not only to be seen, but also to continue learning, to see how they are handled there, how they play and what are the issues basketball and physical I must continue to improve, it will be a great opportunity to see how I feel in that environment.“
Josh Robbins: Magic second-rounder Justin Jackson is not listed on the team's summer league roster. His status for summer league is to be determined, a team official said. Jackson underwent surgery this past season to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder.
Clevis Murray: Source: 2018 @EuroCup champion and former Colorado State Ram, Stanton Kidd, will be on the Utah Jazz’s Summer League team.
Clevis Murray: Source: Kadeem Allen will be on the Boston Celtics’ Summer League team. He was one of their two-way players this past season.
Former Ragin’ Cajuns men’s basketball star Shawn Long became the second alum to earn an invitation to the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League when he selected by the Chicago Bulls in an announcement Wednesday. The Morgan City native and member of the 2015 U.S. Pan American Men's Basketball Team, will join former UL great Jay Wright in the Summer League. Wright, a three-year letterwinner for the Ragin’ Cajuns, earned an invitation Tuesday with the NBA’s Orlando Magic.
Scott Bordow: Dusan Ristic has decided not to play for Suns' Las Vegas Summer League team. Phoenix will be looking for backup center to play behind Deandre Ayton
Anthony Puccio: Brooklyn Nets second-round pick Rodions Kurucs will play in summer league, according to sources. #Nets
After finishing off the 2017-18 season with the Memphis Grizzlies, Omari Johnson will play for the Golden State Warriors during NBA Summer League, RidiculousUpside.com has learned. This news comes just two days after the Grizzlies waived him. The 28 year old received a late season NBA call-up (the first of his career) and appeared in four April contests for the big league club. He spent most of the campaign playing for the G League affiliate Memphis Hustle, averaging 16.5 points on 46% from the field and 42% from deep to go with 6.4 rebounds. He provided an invaluable veteran presence for a young and scrappy squad full of up and comers.
Anthony Puccio: Isaiah Whitehead unlikely to be on Brooklyn’s summer league roster, sources say. Still dealing with injured right wrist. #Nets
Frank Sulkowski: Getting word former @echsrebels and @RaginCajunsMBB standout Jay Wright has been invited to NBA Summer League Camp with @OrlandoMagic He's currently playing for @LakelandMagic @WJCLNews @Jhoopaholic
Eric Woodyard: Georges Niang is officially a restricted free agent, but will play summer league with the Utah Jazz. His goal is to finalize a spot in Utah this season, according to a source. His team will field calls when free agency opens on July 1 but ideally, they think Utah is the best fit.
Dave McMenamin: Jamel Artis, a former wing player at University of Pittsburgh, will play on the Cleveland Cavaliers' summer league roster in Las Vegas, Artis' agent, Daniel Hazan of Hazan Sports Management, told ESPN. Artis was a two-way player with the Orlando Magic last season,
Chris McCullough, the former Syracuse University player, will play for the Philadelphia 76ers in the NBA's Summer League, according to a source. McCullough, a 6-foot-11 forward, is an unrestricted free agent. The opportunity to play for the 76ers this summer could help him generate interest from teams.
Former Gonzaga Bulldog Kyle Wiltjer tweeted Monday that he’s joining the Portland Trail Blazers’ summer league team. Wiltjer, a native of Portland, tweeted he’s “hyped cuz it’s the hometown squad.” Las Vegas is hosting the NBA summer league for all 30 teams July 6-17.
Emiliano Carchia: Undrafted combo guard Allerik Freeman will play the NBA Summer League with the Sacramento Kings, per sources. Freeman spent his senior season in NCAA with NC State averaging 16.1ppg
Cody Taylor: Source: Matt Williams Jr. will play with the Chicago Bulls in Summer League. Williams spent time with the Heat and the Skyforce last season. He averaged 10.2 points per game with the Skyforce while shooting 39 percent from three-point.
Chase Hughes: Former Kentucky star Aaron Harrison is set to play for the Wizards' Summer League team, @NBCSWashington has learned. bit.ly/2IrNEe6
Doug Haller: Former ASU guard Tra Holder plans to play for the 76ers in the NBA Summer League. I believe @Anthony_Totri had this first.
After an All-Star season in Australia, 2013 St. Bonaventure graduate Demitrius Conger has signed an NBA Summer League contract with the Boston Celtics.
The Cleveland Cavaliers will add power forward Billy Preston to their summer league roster, sources told ESPN. Preston, who is 6-foot-10, was a five-star recruit and McDonald's All-American in 2017. Known for his athleticism and scoring talent, he committed to Kansas and was once projected as high as a mid-second-round NBA draft pick by ESPN.
Illawarra Hawks recruit Emmett Naar will be heading to the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, linking up with the Phoenix Suns for the off-season showcase. Naar will team up with the #1 pick from the 2018 draft, Deandre Ayton, as the Suns open up their Summer League campaign against the Dallas Mavericks on July 6, followed by games against Sacramento and Orlando.
Steve Kyler: Undrafted Louisville forward Deng Adel will play Summer League with the Houston Rockets, might be one of the best-undrafted defenders in the class.
Less than 24 hours after he wasn’t selected in the 2018 NBA Draft, New Bedford’s Bonzie Colson II was signed as a free agent by the Cleveland Cavaliers, he confirmed on Sunday. The Cavaliers were one of six teams Colson worked out for before Thursday’s draft, and on Sunday Colson shared his excitement with the Standard-Times in a text message. “It’s a blessing,” he wrote. “I’m excited to start the new beginning to an exciting journey.”
Sean Cunningham: Sacramento native (Laguna Creek HS) & San Diego State star Malik Pope will be joining the Los Angeles Lakers for Summer League, according to sources. That means he'll be playing in his hometown during the California Classic - before heading to Vegas.
Michael Scotto: Former 2013 first-round draft pick Archie Goodwin will play in Summer League with the Portland Trail Blazers, a league source told The Athletic. Goodwin was in training camp with Portland last year.
Jordan Schultz: Former Dallas #Mavericks guard Gian Clavell — the 2017 Mountain West POY — will play for the #Warriors’ summer league team, per source. Clavell is currently starting for Puerto Rico in FIBA.
A pair of former Indiana basketball players found NBA Summer League homes Saturday. Robert Johnson will play for the Atlanta Hawks, while James Blackmon Jr. will play for the Milwaukee Bucks. Johnson was not selected in the NBA Draft on Thursday, but will play in the summer league beginning July 6 in Las Vegas. He is 21st in scoring all-time at Indiana and was a four-year starter.
The Milwaukee Bucks have added a two-time America East player of the year to their herd for the summer. Former University of Vermont star Trae Bell-Haynes received an invite from the franchise to join its NBA Summer League squad in Las Vegas next month. Bell-Haynes, who led the Catamounts to a 27-8 record and NIT appearance in his final season, was one of 40 players invited to the NBA Global Camp, a pre-draft showcase, in Italy earlier this month.
NLSportsGroup: Ding Yanyuhang will represent the Nets in the summer league. Ding Yanyuhang, who has been training with the team for a week, will stay in Brooklyn to prepare for the game.
Michael Scotto: The Portland Trail Blazers have added KJ McDaniels to their Summer League team, a league source told The Athletic.
Nicola Lupo: Former Oklahoma guard Isaiah Cousins will be playing for the Minnesota Timberwolves in the NBA Summer League, his agent Cervando Tejeda told me. He last played for Cholet Basket in France.
Rhody MBB: University of Rhode Island guard Jared Terell has agreed to a two-way deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves @JaredTerrell32
Chris Haynes: ESPN Sources: Portland plans to add guard John Jenkins, a 2012 first-round pick, to its Summer League roster. There's a good chance he'll be on an NBA roster next season.
In July, Sanon will get his first taste of the NBA when he joins the Wizards’ Summer League team in Las Vegas, along with the 15th pick, Troy Brown Jr. However, after the experience, Sanon will return to Slovenia to continue playing overseas. The Wizards plan to develop him similarly to Tomas Satoransky, a second-round draft pick in 2012 who remained with his European team for several seasons before coming to the NBA.
TJ McBride: Here is the #Nuggets summer league roster that I have been able to confirm so far: Stan Okoyo Kenrich Williams Andre Spight Malik Beasley Monte Morris Thomas Welsh Tyler Lydon Roster is subject to change.
La Prealpina of Italy has reported that Awudu Abass (6-7, 200) will play for the Thunder's summer league squad as well (h/t Bryan Nix). Abass played last season for Olimpia Milano.
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“Luka has been a great player since he arrived at Real Madrid when he was 13 years old,” Laso said in the opening presser for the EuroLeague Final Four. “But he’s also been a great person since that day. That made him so big. When people talked about the NBA and how he’s going to play there, I didn’t have any doubts. No doubts that he’s going to play good. Because probably the best thing he has a person, and for sure as a player, is that he’s able to adjust in any situation. And that’s something that you have to have as a person. And Luka has it.”
A Mark Cuban and Lil Wayne feud is one of the main storylines of the NBA playoffs? That seems to be the case as the Mavs owner and famous rapper have exchanged NSFW blows with one another on social media. Cuban’s dog in the fight is that he is obviously the owner of the Dallas Mavericks. However, Lil Wayne was cheering for the Suns and is a friend of Chris Paul. Lil Wayne had previously called out Mavs star Luka Doncic during the Suns and Mavs series.
Cuban responded by referencing a lyric from one of Wayne’s albums after Dallas embarrassed Phoenix in Game 7. “It’s a sh*t show, put you front row.” Lil Wayne responded to Mark Cuban with a now deleted Tweet. However, the message read as follows: “Mark Cuban don’t make me get u smacked boy U playing w me?? I will piss in ya fkn mouth ho.”
May 18, 2022 | 10:54 am EDT Update
But even some of Spoelstra’s closest friends had never seen him like that, not just the emotional outburst in the huddle but the dark brooding he did for the rest of that quarter, almost stopping coaching as he managed the fury. For Butler, three seasons’ worth of give-and-take with Spoelstra finally led to finding the line. It wasn’t just that moment with Butler verbally shoving back at his coach; it was a long buildup. “Spo was exasperated,” one team source said.
Even Butler, who sometimes seems to actually enjoy creating conflict on his team, wondered whether this was a breaking point, sources said. Two days later, after Spoelstra missed a game because of an unrelated personal matter, he returned, reset and ready. Butler was relieved, so was the rest of the team, and everyone started over, because at the end of the day and the end of the season, Butler is worth it. What he brings, especially in a playoff setting, buys him more leeway. It’s the NBA way — always has been, and always will be. It’s a little tougher at times for the Heat, an organization that thrives on holding players to high standards and not being afraid to attack problems, but it’s true just the same.