2013 Miami Heat Vegas Summer League Roster
Dwight Buycks, Marquette, 6'3'', PG
Jackie Carmichael, Illinois State, 6'9'', PF
Vincent Council, Providence, 6'2'', PG
LaRon Dendy, Middle Tennessee State, 6'8'', F
Larry Drew, UCLA, 6'2'', PG
Michael Dunigan, Oregon, 6'10'', PF/C
James Ennis, Long Beach State, 6'7'', SF
J.R. Giddens, New Mexico, 6'5'', SG
Eric Griffin, Campbell, 6'8'', F
Jamelle Hagins, Delaware, 6'9'', PF
Scotty Hopson, Tennessee, 6'7', SF
Damion James, Texas, 6'7'', SF
Myck Kabongo, Texas, 6'2'', PG
D.J. Kennedy, St. Johns, 6'6'', SF
Travis Leslie, Georgia, 6'4'', SG
Anthony Marshall, UNLV, 6'3'', PG/SG
James Nunnally, Santa Barbara, 6'7'', F
Ricky Sanchez, Puerto Rico, 6'11'', F
Tony Taylor, George Washington, 6'0'', PG
Jarvis Varnardo, Mississippi State, 6'9'', PF
Player to Watch: Myck Kabongo
Myck Kabongo was quickly snatched up by the Heat after going undrafted in June. A former highly touted recruit who had his troubles with Texas on and off the court, Kabongo will have his chance to prove that teams missed the boat.
Miami has a number of college standouts on its summer roster, most notably Big West Player of the Year James Ennis, who was selected at No. 50 this year before being dealt to Miami.
Ennis is a high-flying athlete with a developing jumper and NBA-caliber physical tools.
Jackie Carmichael should do some damage as well. At 6'9'' and 240 pounds of muscle, Carmichael is a beast down low who dishes out contact.
Travis Leslie was a D-League All-Star. He's another one of those above-the-rim athletes with jaw-dropping natural ability. Leslie just has to work on putting it to use.
Given the Heat's roster, most of these guys are probably auditioning for other teams in Vegas.