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2018-2019 NBA Undrafted Free Agent List: Summer League Rosters

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2018-2019 NBA Undrafted Free Agent List: Summer League Rosters

The 2018-2019 draft is over and amid all the chaos, 60 players realized their dreams of making it to the NBA. Unfortunately, a litany of players left disappointed after not hearing Adam Silver call their name.

Although the draft has ended, these players hoop dreams haven't. By the end of Thursday night, some players even had offers from teams to play for them in the offseason and compete for a roster or G-League spot. 

With NBA Summer League just a month away, teams looking for the next Fred Van Vleet are taking second looks. Hopefully for the players, they'll be giving out second chances too. 

Here's a running list of undrafted players and the Summer League teams they will be playing for.

List of 2018-19 NBA Undrafted Free Agent Summer League Signings:

Armoni Brooks, G, Houston—Wizards

Luguentz Dort, G, Arizona State—Thunder

Justin Robinson, G, Virginia Tech—Wizards

Dean Wade, F, Kansas State—Cavaliers

Kris Wilkes, F, UCLA—Knicks

William McDowell-White, G, Brose Bamberg (Germany)—Rockets

Brian Bowen II, F, Sydney Kings (Australia)—Pacers

Jalen Lecque, G, Brewster Acadamy—Suns

Zylan Cheatham, F, Arizona State—Pelicans

Marques Bolden, C, Duke—Cavaliers

Naz Reid, F/C, LSU—Timberwolves

Jaylen Hoard, F, Wake Forest—Trail Blazers

John Konchar, G/F, Purdue-Ft. Wayne—Grizzlies

Dedric Lawson, F, Kansas—Warriors

Aubrey Dawkins, G, UCF—Pelicans

Aric Holtman, F/C, Mississippi State—Lakers

VJ King, G/F, Louisville—Knicks

Fletcher Magee, G, Wofford—Bucks

Zach Norvell, G, Gonzaga—Lakers

Amir Hinton, PG, Shaw University—Knicks

Javon Bess, G, Saint Louis—Pelicans

Phil Booth, G, Villanova—Cavaliers

DaQuan Jeffries, G/F, Tulsa—Magic

Max Strus, G, DePaul—Celtics

Jeremiah Martin, G, Memphis—Heat

Devontae Cook, C, UNC Wilmington—Lakers

Josh Reaves, G, Penn State—Mavericks

Garrison Mathews, G, Lipscomb—Wizards

Vic Law, F, Northwestern—Magic

Tyus Battle, G, Syracuse—Timberwolves

This list will continue to update as information is available


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Sheriff's office investigating incident between Masai Ujiri, deputy after Raptors win

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Sheriff's office investigating incident between Masai Ujiri, deputy after Raptors win

Raptors president of operations Masai Ujiri is being investigated by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office over a postgame incident where he allegedly struck and pushed a sheriff's deputy at Oracle Arena in an effort to gain access to the court to celebrate the Raptors' NBA title, Sgt. Ray Kelly with the Alameda County Sheriff's Office confirmed to NBC Sports Washington Friday morning.

According to Kelly, the sheriff's deputy blocked Ujiri from the court because he did not display the appropriate credentials. 

Kelly said the sheriff's deputy was following the strict security protocol and didn't recognize Ujiri.

"We were following the policy that they asked us to," Kelly said.

A video from NBC Bay Area shows a man standing in between a Raptors' executive and deputies, with his arms outstretched.

Eventually, the executive is guided through the crowd to the court by Kyle Lowry and proceeds to celebrate with the team.

Kelly said once the sheriff's deputies realized who Ujiri was, they opted to let him go celebrate but are gathering evidence to submit a complaint to the local District Attorney.

"We opted to take the high road and not create a bigger scene," he said. 

A Raptors spokesperson told NBC Sports Washington that the incident “is being looked at, and we are cooperating with authorities. We look forward to resolving the situation.”

Reports of the incident first surfaced in the early morning hours after the Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals for the title.

Ujiri was seen on television in the postgame celebration with his team and did an on-camera interview with ESPN's Doris Burke.

The Washington Wizards, according to reports from NBC Sports Washington's Ben Standig, are preparing to make an offer to Ujiri to try to lure him to Washington to take the top job in the Wizards' front office. 

According to Standig, the Wizards offer could include everything from an ownership stake in Monumental, or an eight-figure salary.


Golovkin vs. Rolls fight: How to watch, live stream, PPV price, start time

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Golovkin vs. Rolls fight: How to watch, live stream, PPV price, start time

The No. 2 fighter in the middleweight division makes his 2019 debut Saturday night when Gennady “GGG” Golovkin takes on Steve Rolls in a 164-pound catchweight fight.

 For Golovkin, this is the first fight in a three-year, six-fight deal with DAZN streaming network, the sole platform with rights to Saturday’s main card. This is his first fight since relinquishing his WBA, WBO and IBO middleweight titles to Saul “Canelo” Alvarez last September.

Golovkin (38-1-1, 34 KOs), whose only loss and draw came at the hands of Alvarez, takes on Steve Rolls (19-0, 10 KOs) this Saturday at the Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Rolls is coming off a unanimous decision victory over DeAndre Leatherwood on December 15, 2018. There are no belts on the line, but the fight has a similar feel to Andy Ruiz-Anthony Joshua. Golovkin is using this fight as a tune-up for a third bout with Alvarez, while Rolls is an immense underdog with nothing to lose.

Here is everything you need to know to watch Golovkin vs. Rolls.


The Gennady Golovkin vs. Steve Rolls main card begins Saturday, June 8th at 9:00 p.m. ET, meaning the actual Golovkin vs. Rolls fight won't start until around 11 p.m ET.


The Gennady Golovkin vs. Steve Rolls main card will be held at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Crowned “The Mecca of Boxing,” MSG holds up to 20,087 fans for boxing. The Garden has hosted numerous famous bouts, including Ali and Frazier’s “Fight of the Century," Evander Holyfield vs. Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson vs. Mitch Green and Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr.


Gennady Golovkin vs. Steve Rolls will be shown live and exclusively on DAZN (Da Zone) streaming network. Once subscribed to dazn.com, you can stream the fight on your computer or any mobile device via the DAZN app. Streaming for Golovkin vs. Rolls begins Saturday at 9 p.m. ET, with the fight itself beginning around 11 p.m. ET.


According to Pro Boxing Odds, here are the odds as of June 6th:

Golovkin is listed as a -3500 favorite to win the fight while Rolls is listed as a +1200 underdog in the fight.


Gennady Golovkin (38-1-1, 34 KOs) vs. Steve Rolls  (19-0, 10 KOs): 12 rounds, Super Middleweight (164 pounds)

Ali Akhmedov (14-0, 10 KOs) vs. Marcus McDaniel (15-0, 2 KOs): 10 rounds, Super Middleweight

Brian Ceballo (8-0, 4 KOs) vs. Bakhtiyar Eyubov (14-0-1, 12 KOs): 8 rounds, Welterweight

Charles Conwell (9-0, 7 KOs) vs. Courtney Pennington (12-3-3, 5 KOs): 10 rounds, Junior Middleweight

– Israil Madrimov (2-0, 2 KOs) vs. Norberto Gonzalez (24-12, 13 KOs): 10 rounds, Junior Middleweight

– Nikita Ababiy (4-0, 4 KOs) vs. TBA: 6 rounds, Middleweight

– Johnathan Arroyo (3-0-1, 1 KOs) vs. Jordan Morales (3-7, 2 KOs): 4 rounds, Welterweight