NBA Summer League 2015: Rosters for Orlando and Vegas Teams

Alec Nathan@@AlecBNathanFeatured ColumnistJuly 4, 2015

Los Angeles Lakers draft pick D'Angelo Russell, right, and general manager Mitch Kupchak pose for photos during a news conference, Monday, June 29, 2015, in El Segundo, Calif. Russell, the No. 2 NBA draft pick, was joined by fellow draftees Larry Nance Jr. and Anthony Brown. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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With the NBA's free-agent frenzy dying down and the draft firmly a thing of the past, the Association's most promising young talent is slated to take the floor for summer league action once again.

Both the Orlando and Las Vegas Summer Leagues will be back in full swing this summer, with the four-team (Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio Spurs and Utah Jazz) Utah Summer League making a return from July 6-9 to ensure more than two weeks of straight offseason action.

As celebrated lottery picks Karl-Anthony Towns, D'Angelo Russell, Jahlil Okafor and Kristaps Porzingis prep for their first taste of NBA game flow, the rookies are giddy to step on the professional hardwood.  

"I'm excited," Okafor said, according to Sixers.com's Max Rappaport. "I'm in the NBA living my dream, so [Summer League], I'm looking forward to it."

Then there are Towns and Russell. The draft's first and second picks, respectively, are slated to do battle on the first day of play in Sin City when the Minnesota Timberwolves square off against the Los Angeles Lakers. Okafor and the Sixers will then square off against Russell and the Lakers one day later. 

And after 2014-15 Rookie of the Year Andrew Wiggins and hardware contender Nerlens Noel both made positive first impressions in the desert last summer, this year's proceedings could help fans sketch out early award favorites. 

The stars of tomorrow will be raw at first glance, but with chances aplenty to flash the talent that got them to this point, summer league play shouldn't disappoint.  

Below, you'll find a complete rundown of rosters, schedules and participating clubs for the summer's two biggest NBA tournaments. 

Orlando Summer League Information

Dates: July 4-10

Watch: NBA TV, NBA Summer League Live

Participating Teams: Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets, Detroit Pistons*, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Clippers, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder and Orlando Magic

Las Vegas Summer League Information

Dates: July 10-20

Watch: NBA TV, NBA Summer League Live

Participating Teams: Atlanta Hawks*, Boston Celtics, Brooklyn Nets, Chicago Bulls*, Cleveland Cavaliers*, Dallas Mavericks*, Denver Nuggets*, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Timberwolves*, NBA D-League Select*, New Orleans Pelicans, New York Knicks*, Philadelphia 76ers, Phoenix Suns*, Portland Trail Blazers*, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs*, Toronto Raptors*, Utah Jazz*, Washington Wizards

Note: Not all rosters have been announced, particularly as it pertains to teams competing in the Las Vegas Summer League. The rosters below reflect those that have been formally announced by organizations. Also note that teams like the Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat are participating in both the Orlando and Las Vegas Summer Leagues. 

* denotes roster not released in its entirety in a press release

Orlando Rosters

Brooklyn Nets
PlayerPositionFrom
Darius AdamsGIndianapolis
Cliff AlexanderFKansas
Khem BirchFUNLV
Ryan BoatrightGConnecticut
Markel BrownGOklahoma State
Earl ClarkFLouisville
Deshawn DelaneyGNew Mexico
Josh GasserGWisconsin
Steven GrayGGonzaga
Austin HollinsGMinnesota
Rondae Hollis-JeffersonFArizona
Cory JeffersonFBaylor
Akil MitchellFVirginia
JayVaughn PinkstonFVillanova
Juvonte ReddicFVCU
Jonathan SimmonsFHouston
Xavier ThamesGSan Diego State
Juan Pablo VauletFBahia Basket
Ben VozzolaGSt. Catherine College
Source: BrooklynNets.com
Charlotte Hornets
PlayerPositionFrom
Justin BurrellFSt. John's
Justin CobbsGCalifornia
Aaron CraftGOhio State
Troy DanielsGVCU
P.J. HairstonGNorth Carolina
Aaron HarrisonGKentucky
Frank KaminskyF/CWisconsin
Kevin MurphyGTennessee Tech
Brian QvaleCMontana
Keith RendlemanFUNC Wilmington
LaQuinton RossFOhio State
Ralston TurnerGNC State
Jonathan WallaceGGeorgetown
Alan WilliamsF/CUC Santa Barbara
Source: NBA.com
Indiana Pacers
PlayerPositionFrom
Joe YoungGOregon
Jon OcteusGPurdue
DaVonte LacyGWashington St.
Mantas KalnietisGLithuania
Christian WatfordFIndiana
Jarell EddieGVirginia Tech
Trent LockettGMarquette
James NunnallyFUC Santa Barbara
Romero OsbyFOklahoma
Myles TurnerCTexas
Matt StainbrookCXavier
Shayne WhittingtonFWestern Michigan
Solomon HillFArizona
Arinze OnuakuCSyracuse
Source: NBA.com
Los Angeles Clippers
PlayerPositionFrom
Branden DawsonFMichigan St.
Diante GarrettGIowa St.
Eric GriffinFCampbell
Jordan HamiltonFTexas
Geron JohnsonGMemphis
Haakim JohnsonFPikeville
Amath M’BayeFOklahoma
Liam McMorrowCTennessee Tech
Yanick MoreiraCSMU
D.J. NewbillGPenn State
Tim ParhamFMaryland Eastern Shore
Royce WhiteFIowa St.
C.J. WilcoxGWashington
Nate WoltersGSouth Dakota St.
Patric YoungCFlorida
Source: NBA.com
Memphis Grizzlies
PlayerPositionFrom
Jordan AdamsGUCLA
Josh CameronGCoastal Carolina
Raymond CowelsF/GSanta Clara
Tony CrockerG/FOklahoma
JaMychal GreenFAlabama
Andrew HarrisonGKentucky
Michael HolyfieldCSam Houston State
Alex KirkCNew Mexico
Darnell LazareFLouisiana State
Ky MaddenGArkansas
Philip ScrubbGCarleton University
Russ SmithGLouisville
Jarnell StokesF/CTennessee
Josh WarrenF/CTroy
Okaro WhiteFFlorida State
Source: NBA.com
Miami Heat
PlayerPositionFrom/Last Played For
Justise WinslowFDuke
Zoran DragicGMiami Heat
James EnnisFMiami Heat
Tyler JohnsonGMiami Heat
Shabazz NapierGMiami Heat
Josh RichardsonGTennessee
Henry WalkerFMiami Heat
Bradford BurgessFVCU
Kenny GabrielFAuburn
Juwan Howard Jr.GDetroit Mercy
Tyler KalinoskiGDavidson
Rodney McGruderGKansas State
Gabriel OlaseniCIowa
Willie ReedF/CSaint Louis
Joshua SmithCGeorgetown
Travis TriceGMichigan State
Seth TuttleFNorthern Iowa
Greg WhittingtonFGeorgetown
Source: NBA.com
Oklahoma City Thunder
PlayerPositionFrom
Travis BaderGOakland
Semaj ChristonGXavier
Michael CobbinsFOklahoma State
Quinn CookGDuke
Tekele CottonGWichita State
Maxie EshoFMassachusetts
Frank GainesGIPFW
Dakari JohnsonCKentucky
Kevin JonesFWest Virginia
Mitch McGaryFMichigan
Levi RandolphGAlabama
Richard SolomonF/CCalifornia
James SoutherlandFSyracuse
Marquis TeagueGKentucky
Talib ZannaF/CPittsburgh
Source: NBA.com
Orlando Magic
White RosterPositionFrom/Last TeamBlue RosterPositionFrom/Last Team
Keith ApplingGErie BayhawksAaron GordonFOrlando Magic
Jahaii CarsonGMetalac ValjevoTyler HarveyGEastern Washington
Scottie WilbekinGAEK AthensElfrid PaytonGOrlando Magic
Melvin EjimFVirtus RomaTerrence DrisdomGCal Poly Pomena
John BohannonFErie BayhawksDevyn MarbleGOrlando Magic
Taylor BraunGOkapi AalstarDrew CrawfordGErie Bayhawks
Keith BensonCBC Kalev/CramoPeyton SivaGErie Bayhawks
Dondray WalkerGNewberry CollegeBrandon DaviesFVirtus Roma
Glen Rice, Jr.FRio Grande Valley VipersMario HezonjaG/FFC Barcelona
Antoine MasonGAuburnDaniel CourseyCErie Bayhawks
Lenzelle SmithGErie BayhawksMaurice WalkerCMinnesota
Chris SingletonFOklahoma City BlueJordan SibertGDayton
Jarvis WilliamsFMurray St.Nnanna EgwuCIllinois
Jordan BachynskiCWestchester KnicksJordan MorganFVirtus Roma
Youssou NdoyeCSt. BonaventureTaShawn ThomasFOklahoma
Jabril TrawickFGeorgetown
Source: NBA.com

Las Vegas Rosters

Boston Celtics
PlayerPositionFrom
Eric BucknerF/CGeorgia State
C.J. FairFSyracuse
Jonathan HolmesFTexas
R.J. HunterGGeorgia State
Colton IversonCColorado State
Jordan MickeyFLSU
Malcolm MillerFHoly Cross
Royce O'NealeFBaylor
Terry RozierGLouisville
Marcus SmartGOklahoma State
Marcus ThorntonGWilliam & Mary
Corey WaldenGEastern Kentucky
James YoungG/FKentucky
Source: NBA.com
Golden State Warriors
PlayerPositionFrom
Aaron CraftGOhio State
Johnny DeeGSan Diego
Michael FrazierGFlorida
LaDontae HentonFProvidence
David KravishFCalifornia
Ognjen KuzmicCBosnia & Herzegovina
Doron LambGKentucky
Kevon LooneyFUCLA
James Michael McAdooFNorth Carolina
Stefan NasticCStanford
Aqeel QuinnGSan Diego State
Chasson RandleGStanford
Matt StainbrookCXavier
Dominique SuttonFNorth Carolina Central
Julian WashburnFUTEP
Source: NBA.com
Los Angeles Lakers
PlayerPositionFrom
Tarik BlackCKansas
Anthony BrownG/FStanford
Jabari BrownGMissouri
Dwight BuycksGMarquette
Jordan ClarksonGMissouri
Will Davis IIFUC Irvine
Tony MitchellFDolomiti Energia Trento (Italy)
Xavier MunfordGRhode Island
Larry Nance Jr.FWyoming
Julius RandleFKentucky
D'Angelo RussellGOhio State
Robert UpshawCWashington
Source: NBA.com
Milwaukee Bucks
PlayerPositionFrom
Cameron ClarkFOklahoma
Michael EricCTemple
Jorge GutierrezGCalifornia
Damien InglisFRoanne
Kevin JonesFWest Virginia
Sean KilpatrickGCincinnati
Viacheslav KravstovCUkraine
McKenzie MooreGUTEP
Johnny O'BryantFLSU
Jerome RandleGCalifornia
Durand ScottGMiami (Florida)
Rashad VaughnGUNLV
Source: NBA.com
New Orleans Pelicans
PlayerPositionFrom
Jordan AboudouFFrance
Khem BirchFUNLV
Seth CurryGDuke
Bryce Dejean-JonesGIowa State
Larry Drew IIGUCLA
Fuquan EdwinFSeton Hall
Drew GordonFNew Mexico
He TianjuFChina
Jay HookGTulane
Lazeric JonesGUCLA
Victor RuddFSouthern Florida
Will SheeheyFIndiana
Jarvis VarnadoF/CMississippi State
Gasper VidmarCSlovenia
Source: NBA.com
Philadelphia 76ers
PlayerPositionFrom
David LauryFIona
JaKarr SampsonG/FSt. John's
Arsalan KazemiFOregon
Askia BookerGColoardo
KT HarrellGAuburn
Jamal JonesFTexas A&M
Vince HunterFUTEP
Charles JacksonCTennessee Tech
Pierre JacksonGBaylor
T.J. McConnellGArizona
Jordan McRaeGTennessee
Jahlil OkaforCDuke
Steve ZackCLa Salle
Source: NBA.com
Sacramento Kings
PlayerPositionFrom
James AndersonGOklahoma State
Sim BhullarCNew Mexico State
Willie Cauley-SteinCKentucky
Duje DukanFWisconsin
Corey HawkinsGUC Davis
Ian HummerFPrinceton
C.J. LeslieFNC State
DeAndre LigginsGKentucky
Shaquielle McKissicFArizona State
Eric MorelandF/COregon State
Alex OriakhiFMissouri
Juwan StatenGWest Virginia
David StocktonGGonzaga
Julyan StoneGUTEP
David WearFUCLA
Source: NBA.com
Washington Wizards
PlayerPositionFrom
Ousmane DrameCQuinnipiac
Jarrid FamousCSouth Florida
Traevon JacksonGWisconsin
Damion JamesFTexas
Orlando JohnsonGUC Santa Barbara
Shawn JonesFMiddle Tennessee St.
Halil KanacevicFSaint Joseph's
Scott MachadoGIona
Toure' MurryGWichita State
Kelly Oubre Jr.F/GKansas
Jaleel RobertsCUNC Asheville
LaQuinton RossFOhio State
Scott SuggsGWashington
Dez WellsG/FMaryland
Jamil WilsonFMarquette
Aaron WhiteFIowa
Source: NBA.com

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