Who’s up for some basketball in July?
- Kadeem Allen — New York Knicks
- Allonzo Trier — New York Knicks
- Brandon Randolph — Minnesota Timberwolves
- Brandon Ashley — Sacramento Kings
- Rawle Alkins — Houston Rockets
- Justin Simon — Chicago Bulls
- Gabe York — Orlando Magic
Summer League rosters mostly consist of first- and second-year players with a few older, fringe prospects mixed in.
Las Vegas Summer League, the main event, runs from July 5 until July 15. It includes all 30 teams, each being guaranteed at least five games.
Sacramento and Salt Lake City Summer League began on July 1 and run through July 3, but only include four teams and a handful of games.
Here’s the full Summer League schedule. Every game is on national TV.
The only aforementioned player who does not have much to gain at Summer League is Trier, who had his $3.5 million team option picked up by the Knicks in June. Allen is in a similar spot too, since he is on a two-way contract with New York.
The rest of the players on the list have an uphill battle for an NBA roster spot, and could use a strong performance in Summer League to boost their resume. Especially since international and G League scouts will be in attendance too.