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2019-2020 NBA Undrafted Free Agent Tracker: Summer League rosters

2019-2020 NBA Undrafted Free Agent Tracker: Summer League rosters

The much anticipated 2019 NBA Draft has come and gone. 60 names were called, while a plethora of talent was passed on.

Some undrafted players inked NBA deals right after anyways. And there’s still a chance for remaining prospects in limbo to make their mark in the 2019 NBA Summer League.

Over the next couple of weeks, NBA front offices will be perusing through the myriad of undrafted college and international talent to fill their rosters ahead of July 5th.

Here is a running list of recently signed undrafted free agents trying to secure a spot on a G-League or NBA roster for the upcoming season:

2019-20 NBA UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT SUMMER LEAGUE SIGNINGS:

Atlanta Hawks:

  • Jaylen Adams, G, Hawks (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Charlie Brown, F, St. Joseph's (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Phil Cofer, F, Florida State (Undrafted, 2019) 
  • Bruno Fernando, C, Maryland (No. 34, 2019)
  • De'Andre Hunter, F, Virginia (No. 4, 2019)
  • Landen Lucas, C, BC Kalev/Cramo (Greece) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Tahjere McCall, G, Long Island Nets (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Matt Mooney, G, Texas Tech (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Cam Reddish, F, Duke (No. 10, 2019)
  • Jordan Sibert, G, Erie BayHawks (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Omari Spellman, F, Villanova (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Reid Travis, F, Kentucky (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Nick Ward, F, Michigan State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Thomas Wimbush, F, Long Island Nets (Undrafted, 2017)

Boston Celtics:

  • Carsen Edwards, F, Purdue (No. 33, 2019)
  • Jon Elmore, G, Marshall (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Tacko Fall, C, UCF (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Javonte Green, G, ratiopharm Urm (Germany) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Aaron Harrison, G, (Galatsaray S.K.) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Romeo Langford, G, Duke (No. 14, 2019)
  • Chinanu Onuaku, C, Greensboro Swarm (No. 37, 2016)
  • Kendrick Ray, G, Le Mans Sarthe (France) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Max Strus, G, DePaul (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Tremont Waters, G, LSU (No. 51, 2019)
  • Grant Williams, G, Tennessee (No. 22, 2019)
  • Robert Williams, C, Celtics (No. 27, 2018)
  • Guerschon Yabusele, F, Celtics (No. 16, 2016)

Brooklyn Nets:

  • Jarrett Allen, C, Nets (No. 22, 2018)
  • Amida Brimah, C, Austin Spurs (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Nic Claxton, C, University of Georgia (No. 31, 2019)
  • Isaia Cordinier, G, Nanterre 92 (France) (No. 44, 2016)
  • Jon Davis, G, Charlotte (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Josh Gray, G, Changwon LG Sakers (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Jaylen Hands, G, UCLA (No. 56, 2019)
  • Ahmed Hill, G, Virginia Tech (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Kaleb Johnson, F, Georgetown (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Rodions Kurucs, F, Nets (No. 40, 2018)
  • CJ Massinburg, G, Buffalo (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Mike Moore, F, Boras Basket (Sweden) (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Jaylen Morris, G, Erie BayHawks (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Dzanan Musa, F, Nets (No. 29, 2018)
  • Theo Pinson, G, Nets (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Duop Reath, C, FMP (Serbia) (Undrafted, 2018)

Charlotte Hornets:

  • Francis Alonso, G, UNC Greensboro (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Dwayne Bacon, F, Hornets (No. 40, 2017)
  • Miles Bridges, F, Villanova (No. 12, 2018)
  • Joe Chealey. G, Hornets (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Torin Dom, G, NC State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Robert Franks, F, Washington State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Devonte' Graham, G, Hornets (No. 34, 2019)
  • Isaiah Hicks, C, Westchester Knicks (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Arnoldas Kulboka, F, Brose Bamberg (Germany) (No. 55, 2018)
  • JP Macura, G, Hornets (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Greg Malinowski, G, Georgetown (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Cody Martin, F, Nevada (No. 36, 2019)
  • Jalen McDaniels F, San Diego State (No. 52, 2019)
  • Kennedy Meeks, C, Mikawa Seahorses (Japan) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Josh Perkins, G, Gonzaga (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Kerwin Roach, G, Texas (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Elijah Thomas, F, Clemson (Undrafted, 2019)
  • PJ Washington, F, Kentucky (No. 12, 2019)

Chicago Bulls: 

  • Perrion Callandret, G, Idaho (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Obi Enechionyia, F, Real Betis Energía Plus (Spain) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Daniel Gafford, C, Arkansas (No. 38, 2019)
  • Tyler Hall, G, Montana State (Undrafted, 2019) 
  • Shaquille Harrison, G, Suns (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Jonathan Holmes, F, Yokohama B-Corsairs (Japan) (Undrafted, 2015) 
  • Chandler Hutchison, F, Bulls (No. 22, 2018)
  • Walt Lemon Jr., G,    Bradley University (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Adam Mokoka, G, KK Mega Bemax (France) (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Mychal Mulder, G, Windy City Bulls (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Rodney Purvis, G, Sioux Falls Skyforce (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Justin Simon, G, St. John’s (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Marques Townes, G, Loyola-Chicago (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Coby White, G, North Carolina (No. 7, 2019)

Cleveland Cavaliers:

  • Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, G, Canton Charge (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Jaron Blossomgame, F, Cavs (No. 59, 2017)
  • Marques Bolden, C, Duke (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Phil Booth, G, Villanova (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Sandy Cohen III, G, Green Bay (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Darius Garland, G, Vanderbilt (No. 5, 2019)
  • Jalen Hudson, F, Florida (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Anthony Lawrence II, F, Miami (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Naz Mitrou-Long, G, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Kevin Porter Jr, F, USC (No. 30, 2019)
  • Dean Wade, F, Kansas State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • JaCorey Williams, F, Canton Charge (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Dylan Windley, G, Belmont (No. 26, 2019)
  • Yovel Zoosman, G, Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv (Israel) (Undrafted, 2019)

Dallas Mavericks: 

  • Kostas Antetokounmpo, F, (No. 60, 2018)
  • Wael Arakji, G, Beijing Royal Fighters (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Yudai Baba, G, Alvark Tokyo (Japan) (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Trahson Burrell, F, Texas Legends (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Antonius Cleveland, G, Santa Cruz Warriors (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Finn Delany, G/F, FMP (Serbia) (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Daryl Macon, G, Texas Legends (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Youssou Ndoye, C, JL Bourge-en-Bresse (France) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Cameron Payne, G, Cavs (No. 14, 2015)
  • Dyshawn Pierre, F/G, Dinamo Sissari (Italy) (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Josh Reaves, G, Penn State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Isaiah Roby, F, Nebraska (No. 45, 2019)
  • Stephen Thompson Jr., G, Oregon State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Shayne Whittington, F/C, Movistar Estudiantes (Undrafted, 2014)

Denver Nuggets:

  • Bol Bol, F, Oregon (No. 44, 2019)
  • Rion Brown, G, Promethius Potras (Greece) (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Vlatko Cancar, F, San Pablo Burgos (Spain) (No. 49, 2017)
  • Jordan Davis, G, Northern Colorado
  • Terence Davis, G, Ole Miss (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Brandon Gilbeck, C, Western Illinois (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Kenny Goins, F, Michigan State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Brandon Goodwin, G, Iowa Wolves (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Tyler Harris, F, Windy City Bulls (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Martin Krampelj, F, Creighton (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Michael Porter Jr, F, Missouri (No. 14, 2018)
  • Keifer Sykes, G, S.S. Felice Scandone (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Skyler Spencer, F, San Diego State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jae'Sean Tate, F, Telenet Giants (Belgium) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Jarred Vanderbilt, F, Kentucky (No. 41, 2018)
  • Thomas Welsh, C, Nuggets (No. 58, 2018)

Detroit Pistons: 

  • Michael Bethea Jr., G, Grand Rapids Drive (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Bennie Boatwright, F, USC (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jordan Bone, G, Tennessee (No. 57, 2019)
  • Bruce Brown, G, Pistons (No. 42, 2018)
  • Will Cherry G, Santa Cruz Warriors (Undrafted, 2013)
  • Matt Costello, C, S.S Feice Scandone (Italy) (Undrated, 2016)
  • Sekou Doumbouya, F, France (No. 15, 2019)
  • Donta Hall, F, Alabama (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Louis King, F, Oregon (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Matt McQuaid, G, Michigan State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Svi Mykhailiuk, F, Pistons (No. 47, 2018)
  • Marcquise Reed, G, Clemson (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Deividas Sirvydis, F, Lithuania (No. 37, 2019)
  • Khyri Thomas, G, Pistons (No. 38, 2018)
  • Jared Uthoff, F, Zenit Saint Petersburg (Russia) (Undrafted, 2016) 
  • Todd Withers, F, Grand Rapids Drive (Undrafted, 2018)

Golden State Warriors:

  • Ky Bowman, G, Boston College (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Malik Dunbar, F, Auburn (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jacob Evans III, G, Cincinatti (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jimmer Fredette, G, BYU (No. 10, 2011)
  • Ebuka Izundu, C, Miami (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Damian Jones, C, Warriors (No. 30, 2016)
  • Dedric Lawson, F, Kansas (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Kevin McClain, G, Belmont (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Eric Paschall, F, Villanova (No. 41, 2019)
  • Jordan Poole, G, Michigan (No. 28, 2019)
  • Malachi Richardson, F/G, Raptors (No. 22, 2016)
  • Brandon Sampson, G, Windy City Bulls (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Alen Smailagic, C, Serbia (No. 39, 2019)
  • Juan Toscano-Anderson, F, Fuerza Regio (Spain) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Travis Wear, F, South Bay Lakers (Undrafted, 2014)

Houston Rockets: 

  • Deng Adel, F, Canton Charge (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Rawle Awkins, G, Windy City Bulls (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Moses Brown, C, UCLA (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Chris Chiozza, G, Rio Grande Valley Rapids (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Gary Clark, F, Rio Grande Valley Rapids (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Chris Clemons, G, Campbell (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Trevon Duval, G, Rio Grande Valley Rapids (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Vincent Edwards, F, Rio Grande Valley Rapids (No. 52, 2018)
  • Isaiah Hartenstein, C, Rockets (No. 43, 2017)
  • William McDowell-White, G, Australia (Undrafted, 2019) 
  • Shamorie Ponds, G, St. John's (Undrafted, 2019) 
  • Isaiah Reese, G, Canisius (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Zach Thomas, F, Okapi Aalstar (Belgium) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Rashard Vaughn, G/F, Delaware Blue Coats (No. 17, 2015)
  • Johnathan Williams, F/C, South Bay Lakers (Undrafted, 2018)

Indiana Pacers: 

  • DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell, G/F, Le Portel (France) (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Shizz Alston, G, Temple (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Goga Bitazde, C, Republic of Georgia (No. 18, 2019)
  • Brian Bowen II, F, Sydney Kings (Australia) (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Cody Demps, G, Stockton Kings (Undrafted, 2016)
  • JaKeenan Gant, F/C, Lousiville (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jay Henderson, G, Louisville (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Alize Johnson, F, Pacers (No. 50, 2018)
  • Jaylen Johnson, F, Iowa Wolves (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Markis McDuffle, F, Wichita State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • MiKyle McIntosh, F, Raptors 905 (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Edmond Sumner, G, Pacers (No. 52, 2017)
  • Travin Thibodeaux, F, Fort Wayne Mad Ants (Undrafted, 2018)

LA Clippers: 

  • Cliff Alexander, F, Brose Bamberg (Germany (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Oshae Brissett, F, Syracuse (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Amir Coffey, G, Minnesota (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Kaiser Gates, F, Windy City Bulls (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Nigel Hayes, F, Galatsaray S.K. (Turkey) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Isaac Humphries, C, Hawks (Undrafted, 2017
  • Tramaine Isabell, G, Saint Louis (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Mfiondu Kabangele, C, Florida State (No. 27, 2019)
  • Terrence Mann, F, Florida State (No. 48, 2019)
  • David Michineau, G, Levallois Metropolitans (No. 39, 2017)
  • Jerome Robinson, G, Clippers (No. 13, 2018)
  • Derrick Walton Jr., G, Alba Berlin (Germany) (Undrafted, 2017)

Los Angeles Lakers: 

  • Marcus Allen, G, South Bay Lakers (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Rosco Allen, F, Shimane SM (Japan) (Undrafted, 2016) 
  • Devontae Cacok, G, UNC-Wilmington (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jordan Caroline, F, Nevada (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jeffrey Carroll, G, South Bay Lakers (Undrafted, 2018
  • Connor Frankamp, G, BC Beroe (Greece) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Aric Holman, G, Mississippi State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Talen Horton-Tucker, F, Iowa State (No. 46, 2019)
  • Jaron Johnson, F,  Levallois Metropolitans (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Dakota Mathias, G, Divina Seguros Joventut (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Codi Miller-McIntyre, G, BC Zenit Saint Petersburg (Russia) (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Zach Norvell, G, Gonzaga (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Nick Perkins, F, Buffalo (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Joe Young, G, Ninjang Tongxi Monkey Kings (No. 43, 2015) 

Memphis Grizzlies:

  • Peyton Aldridge, F, Vanoli Cremona (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Shaq Buchanan, G, Murray State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Brandon Clarke, G, Gonzaga (No. 21, 2019)
  • Jevon Carter, G, Grizzlies (No. 32, 2018)
  • Keenan Evans, G, Delaware Blue Coats (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Dusty Hannahs, G, Memphis Hustle (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Lyle Hexom, F, Peru State (NAIA) (Undrafted, 2019)
  • John Konchar, G, Purdue-Ft. Wayne (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Ben Lawson, C, Rizing Zephyr Fukuoka (Japan) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Paris Lee, G, Brose Bamberg (Germany) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Doral Moore, C, Memphis Hustle (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Ja Morant, G, Murray State (No. 2, 2019)
  • Ivan Rabb, F/C, Grizzlies (No. 35, 2017)
  • Simisola Shittu, F, Vanderbilt (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Julian Washburn, F, Memphis Hustle (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Yuta Watanabe, F, Memphis Hustle (Undrafted, 2018)

Miami Heat: 

  • Kyle Alexander, F, Tennessee (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Charles Cooke, G, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Ibrahim Faye, C, Senegal (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Tyler Herro, G, Kentucky (No. 13, 2019)
  • Jeremiah Martin, G, Memphis (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Yante Maten, F, University of Georgia (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Nick Mayo, G, Eastern Kentucky (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Trey Mourning, F, Georgetown (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Kendrick Nunn, G, Santa Cruz Warriors (Undrafted, 2018)
  • KZ Okpala, F, Stanford (No. 32, 2019)
  • Duncan Robinson, F, Heat (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Chris Silva, F, South Carolina (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Nick Weiler-Babb, G, Iowa State (Undrafted, 2019)

Milwuakee Bucks: 

  • Sterling Brown, F/G, Bucks (No. 46, 2017)
  • Elijah Bryant, G, Hapoel Eilat (Israel) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • TJ Kline, Hapoel Holon (Israel) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Kris Clyburn, G, UNLV (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Bonzie Colson, G, Wisconsin Herd (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Matt Farrell, G, Delaware Blue Coats (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Johnny Hamilton, Rio Grand Rapids Drive (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Daulton Hommes, F, Western Washington (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jock Landale, C, KK Partizan (Serbia) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Zach Lofton, G, Rio Grande Rapids Drive (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Fletcher Magee, G, Wofford (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Luke Maye, F, North Carolina (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Xavier Munford, G, Wisconsin Herd (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Rayjon Tucker, F, Arkansas-Little Rock (Undrafted, 2019)
  • DJ Wilson, F, Bucks (No. 17, 2017)

Minnesota Timberwolves:

  • Canyon Barry, G, Iowa Wolves (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Keita Bates-Diop, F, T-Wolves (No. 48, 2018)
  • Tyus Battle, G, Syracuse (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Barry Brown Jr., G, Kansas State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Mitch Creek, F, BC Göttingen (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Jarett Culver, G, Texas Tech (No. 6, 2019)
  • Kelan Martin, F, Riesen Ludwigsburg (Germany) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Brandon McCoy, C, Wisconsin Herd (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Jordan McLaughlin, G, Long Island Nets (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Marquise Moore, G, Iowa Wolves (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Jordan Murphy, F, Minnesota (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jaylen Nowell, G, Washington (No. 43, 2019)
  • Josh Okogie, G, T-Wolves (No. 20, 2018)
  • Brandon Randolph, G, Arizona (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Naz Reid, C, LSU (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jared Terrell, G, Iowa Wolves (Undrafted, 2018)

New Orleans Pelicans:

  • Nickeil Alexander-Walker (No. 17, 2019)
  • Javon Bess, G, Saint Louis (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Trevon Bluiett, G/F, Pelicans (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Tony Carr, G, Pallacanestro Cantù (Italy) (No. 51, 2018) 
  • Zylan Cheatham, F, Arizona State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Aubrey Dawkins, G, UCF (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jaxson Hayes, C, Texas (No. 8, 2019)
  • Makoto Hiejima, G, Link Tochigi Brex (Japan) (Undrafted, 2013)
  • Frank Jackson, G, Pelicans (No. 31, 2017)
  • Marcus Louzada Silva, G, SESI Franca (Brazil) (No. 35, 2019)
  • London Parrentes, G, Cholet Basket (France) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Luke Petrasek, F, Greensboro Swarm (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Kenrich Williams, F, Pelicans (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Zion Williamson, F, Duke (No. 1, 2019)
  • Christian Wood, F/C, Pelicans (Undrafted, 2015)

New York Knicks: 

  • Kadeem Allen, G, Knicks (No. 53, 2017)
  • RJ Barrett, G, Duke (No. 3, 2019)
  • Ignas Brazdeikis, F, Michigan (No. 47, 2019)
  • Tyler Cavanaugh, F, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Markel Crawford, G, Memphis Hustle (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Henry Ellenson, F, Knicks (No. 16, 2016)
  • Amir Hinton, G, Shaw University (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Zak Irvin, G, Westchester Knicks (Undrafted, 2017)
  • VJ King, F/G, Louisville (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Kevin Knox, F, Knicks (No. 9, 2018)
  • Lamar Peters, G, Mississippi State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Mitchell Robinson, C, Knicks (No. 36, 2018)
  • Kenneth Smith, G, Louisiana Tech (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Allonzo Trier, G, Knicks (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Andrew White III, G, Maine Red Claws (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Kris Wilkes, F, UCLA (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Kenny Wooten, F, Oregon (Undrafted, 2019)

Oklahoma City Thunder: 

  • Deonte Burton, G, DB Promy (South Korea) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Devin Cannady, G, Princeton (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Khadeen Carrington, G, Mornar (Montenegro) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Keith Carter, G, Valparaiso (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Hamidou Diallo, G, Thunder (No. 45, 2018)
  • Luguentz Dort, G, Arizona State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Juwan Evans, G, Thunder (No. 39, 2017)
  • Donte Grantham, F, OKC Blue (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Devon Hall, G, OKC Blue (No. 53, 2018)
  • Kevin Hervey, F, OKC Blue (No. 57, 2018)
  • Yannis Morin, F, Nanterre 92 (France) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Emanuel Terry, F, Heat (Undrafted, 2018)

Orlando Magic: 

  • Braian Angola-Rodas, G/F, Lakeland Magic (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Mo Bamba, C, Magic (No. 6, 2018)
  • Chad Brown, F, UCF (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Devin Davis, F, Lakeland Magic (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Tyler Davis, C, Brujos De Guayama (Puerto Rico) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Marcus Foster, G, DB Promy (South Korea) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Abdul Gaddy, G, OKC Blue (Undrafted, 2013)
  • Jeremiah Hill, G, Lakeland Magic (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Amile Jefferson, C, Lakeland Magic (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Daquan Jeffries, G/F, Tulsa (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Peter Jok, G/F, Northern Arizona Suns (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Cameron Lard, C, Iowa State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Vic Law, G, Northwestern (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Erik McCree, F, Pesaro (Italy) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Isaiah Miles, F, Limoges (France) (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Dererk Pardon, C, Northwestern (Undrafted, 2019)
  • John Petrucelli, G/F, Lakeland Magic (Undrafted, 2017)
  • B.J. Taylor, G, UCF (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Gabe York, G/F, Lakeland Magic (Undrafted, 2016)

Philadelphia 76ers: 

  • A.J. Davis, F, Delaware Blue Coats (Undrafted, 2018)
  • P.J. Dozier, G, Maine Red Claws (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Jalen Jones, F, Baskonia (Spain) (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Zach Hankins, C, Xavier (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Terry Harris, G/F, North Carolina A&T (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Haywood Highsmith, F, Delaware Blue Coats (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Christ Koumadje, C, Florida State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Sheldon Mac, G/F, Wizards ((Undrafted, 2016)
  • Shake Milton, G, Delaware Blue Coats (No. 54, 2018)
  • Norvel Pelle, C/F Delaware Blue Coats (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Marial Shayok, F, Iowa State (No. 54, 2019)
  • Zhaire Smith, G, Philadelphia 76ers (No. 16, 2018)
  • Deshon Taylor, G, Fresno State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Matisse Thybulle, F, Washington (No. 20, 2019)

Pheonix Suns: 

  • Xavier Cooks, F, Wurzburg (Germany) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Billy Garrett, G, Knicks (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Jared Harper, G, Auburn (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Ty Jerome, G, Virginia (No. 24, 2019)
  • Cam Johnson, F, North Carolina (No. 11, 2019)
  • Jalen Lecque, G, Brewster Academy (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Retin Obasohan, G, Northern Arizona Suns (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Tariq Owens, F, Texas Tech (Undrafted, 2019)
  • James Palmer, G, Nebraska (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Dakarai Tucker, F, Rio Grande Valley Drive (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Jack Salt, C, Virginia (Undrafted, 2019)

Portland Trail Blazers: 

  • Anfernee Simons, G, Trail-Blazers (No. 24, 2018)
  • Demetrius Jackson, G, 76ers (No. 45, 2016)
  • Devin Robinson, F, Wizards (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Gary Trent Jr, G, Trail-Blazers (No. 37, 2018)
  • Gian Clavell, G, Estudiantes (Spain) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Isaiah Whitehead, G, Pistons (No. 42, 2016)
  • Jarnell Stokes, F, Xinjiang Flying Tigers (China) (No. 35, 2016)
  • Jaylen Hoard, F, Wake Forest (Undrafted, 2019) 
  • Keith Hornsby, G, Texas Legends (Undrafted, 2016) 
  • Keljin Blevins, F, Montana State (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Mike Daum, F, South Dakota State (Undrafted, 2019) 
  • Nassir Little, F, North Carolina (No. 25, 2019)
  • Skal Labissiere, F, Trail-Blazers (No. 28, 2016)
  • Trey Lewis, G, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Zach Auguste, F, Galatasaray S.K. (Turkey) (Undrafted, 2016)

Sacramento Kings: 

  • Brandon Ashley, F, Texas Legends (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Marvin Bagley III, F, Kings (No. 2, 2018)
  • Bryce Brown, G, Auburn (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Semaj Christon, G, Hapoel Be'er Sheva (Israel) (No. 55, 2014) 
  • Marcus Derrickson, F, Santa Cruz Warriors (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Milton Doyle, G, Loyola-Chicago (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Wenyen Gabriel, F, Kings (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Kyle Guy, G, Virginia (No. 55, 2019)
  • Justin James, G, Wyoming (No. 40, 2019)
  • BJ Johnson, F, Kings (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Vanja Marinkovic, G, Serbia (No. 60, 2019)
  • Frank Mason III, G, Kings (No. 34, 2017)
  • Eric Mika, F/C, Media Bayreuth (Germany) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Isaiah Pineiro, F, San Diego (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Alex Robinson, G, TCU (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Caleb Swanigan, F/C. Kings (No. 26, 2017)
  • Hollis Thompson, F, Crailsheim Merlins (Undrafted, 2012)

San Antonio Spurs: 

  • Travis Bader, G, Rethymno Cretan Kings (Greece) (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Jordan Barnett, F, Fort Wayne Mad Ants (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Drew Eubanks, C, Austin Spurs (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Jordan Green, G, Austin Spurs (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Keldon Johnson, F, Kentucky (No. 29, 2019)
  • Terry Larrier, F, UConn (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Jeff Ledbetter, G, Austin Spurs (Undrafted, 2011)
  • Josh Magette, G, Gran Canara (Spain) (Undrafted, 2012)
  • Chimezie Metu, C, Spurs (No. 49, 2018)
  • Ben Moore, F, Austin Spurs (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Darius Morris, G, Santa Cruz Warriors (No. 41, 2011)
  • Darel Poirier, F/C, Capital City Go-Go (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Thomas Robinson, F, Maine Red Claws (No. 5, 2012)
  • Luka Samanic, F, Croatia (No. 19, 2019)
  • Quinndary Weatherspoon, G, Mississippi State (No. 49, 2019)
  • Kenny Williams, G, North Carolina (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Lonnie Walker IV, G, Spurs (No. 18, 2018)

Toronto Raptors:

  • Chris Boucher, F, Raptors (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Jamaal Franklin, G, Sichuan Whales (China) (No. 41, 2013)
  • Jessie Govan, C, Georgetown (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Dewan Hernandez, C, Miami (No. 59, 2019)
  • Sagaba Konate, C, West Virginia (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jordan Lloyd, G, Raptors 905 (Undrafted, 2016)
  • Malcolm Miller, G/F, Raptors (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Duane Notice, G, Cornell (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Richard Solomon, C, OKC Blue (Undrafted, 2014)
  • Adonis Thomas, F, Medi Bayreuth (Undrafted, 2013)
  • Darius Thompson, G, ZZ Leiden (Netherlands) (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Jordon Varnado, F, Troy (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Corey Walden, G, Hapoel Holon (Israel) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Lindell Wigginton, G, Iowa State (Undrafted, 2019)

Utah Jazz:

  • Tony Bradley, C, Jazz (No. 28, 2017) 
  • Jarrell Brantley, F, College of Charleston (No. 50, 2019)
  • Isaiah Cousins, G, Salt Lake City Stars (No. 59, 2016)
  • Darnell Edge, G, Fairleigh Dickinson (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Frankie Ferrari, G, San Francisco (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Tre’Shaun Fletcher, F, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Austin Hollins, G, Rasta Vechta (Germany) (Undrafted, 2014)
  • William Howard, F, Limoges (France) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Stanton Kidd, F, Darussafaka (Turkey) (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Tanner McGrew, F, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Jarius Lyles, G, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Juwan Morgan, F, Indiana (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Miye Oni, G, Yale (No. 58, 2019)
  • Willie Reed, C, Salt Lake City Stars (Undrafted, 2011)
  • Josh Sharma, C, Stanford (Undrafted, 2019) 
  • Justin Wright-Foreman, G, Hofstra (No. 53, 2019)

Washington Wizards:  

  • Noah Allen, G/F, Capital City Go-Go (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Armoni Brooke, G, Houston (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Elijah Brown, G/F, Grand Rapids Drive (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Troy Brown Jr., F, Wizards (No. 15, 2018)
  • Dontay Caruthers, G, Buffalo (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Troy Caupain Jr., G, Lakeland Magic (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Corey Davis, G, Houston (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Dikembe Dixson, F, Capital City Go-Go (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Kellen Dunham, G, Capital City Go-Go (Undrafted, 2016)
  • John Egbunu, C, Florida (Undrafted, 2018)
  • Rui Hachimura, F, Gonzaga (No. 9, 2019)
  • Vince Hunter, F, AEK Athens Greece (Undrafted, 2015)
  • Garrison Mathews, G, Lipscomb (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Tarik Phillip, G, Petrol Limpija (Ukraine) (Undrafted, 2017)
  • Justin Robinson, G, Virginia Tech (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Issuf Sanon, G, Ukraine (No. 44, 2018)
  • Admiral Schofield, F, Tennessee (No. 42, 2019)
  • James Thompson IV, F/C, Eastern Michigan (Undrafted, 2019)
  • Jeff Withey, C, Lavrio B.C. (Greece) (No. 39, 2013)
  • Tony Wroten, G, BC Kalev-Cramo (Estonia) (No. 25, 2012)

 

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Steph Curry launches new Howard University golf program

Steph Curry launches new Howard University golf program

The Howard University Bison haven't fielded a varsity golf program in over 40 years.

That changed Monday, when Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry formally announced his commitment to back both a women's and men's golf programs at the historically black university for six years. The teams will start Division I play starting in 2020-21, and Curry's donation has been reported to be in the seven-figure range.

"I feel really honored to play a small role in the rich history of Howard University, and look forward to building their first men’s and women’s golf teams with them,” Curry said.

Curry was motivated in part by a conversation with Otis Ferguson IV, a student who gave up the chance to play competitive collegiate golf in order to attend Howard, when Curry visited the campus for the screening of a documentary in January.

That conversation was a springboard for the investment, and Curry, himself an avid golfer, hopes to leverage his relationships with brands like Callaway and Under Armour to help with equipment, uniforms, and more.

"Golf is a sport that has changed my life in ways that are less tangible, but just as impactful,” said the NBA star.

“It’s a discipline that challenges your mental wherewithal from patience to focus, and is impossible to truly master, so when you hear about these passionate student-athletes who have the talent but don’t have a fair shot at the game, it’s tough.” Curry noted.

The creation of the program means Howard will have a Dvision I golf team for the first time in school history, and it joins only 30 other HBCU's to field the program.

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The Wizards are keeping a very close eye on John Wall in his recovery, and he prefers it that way

The Wizards are keeping a very close eye on John Wall in his recovery, and he prefers it that way

This week is Wall Week at NBC Sports Washington. We are rolling out content each day centering around the Wizards' five-time All-Star point guard. Today, we examine how the Wizards are closely monitoring his rehab from a ruptured left Achilles...

With $170 million committed to John Wall over the next four years, the Washington Wizards will do everything they can to make sure they get his rehab from a ruptured Achilles right. The future of their franchise depends on it.

So, in order to certify that things are going well, there is a team of people at work. Jesse Phillips, the Wizards' director of player performance and rehabilitation, has spent much of his summer in Miami, FL where Wall makes his offseason home. Steve Smith, the team's senior director of health wellness and performance, flies in to be with Wall Monday through Thursday.

Wizards assistant coach Alex McLean leads Wall through his on-court workouts, which at this point feature only light basketball activities. General manager Tommy Sheppard and head coach Scott Brooks have also made the trek to South Florida to check on Wall. And Dr. Daniel Medina, the Wizards' new chief of athlete care and performance, has been involved, making sure all of those playing a role in Wall's recovery are on the same page. 

Wall also has his own people who are Miami-based. He has a physical trainer, Dr. Brett Fox, who counts many professional athletes as his clients including Wall's former teammate Jeff Green and NFL wide receiver Allen Hurns. And Wall has a personal trainer, Andy Luaces at Core Fitness, who has worked with Green, Hornets point guard Terry Rozier and many college and pro football players who reside in the Miami area.

There are a lot of people working with Wall and monitoring his progress. His rehab is being so closely managed that he joked at a recent charity event: "I feel like I'm in solitary [confinement]."

Keeping tabs on Wall's recovery goes beyond simply having people there to see it. Phillips and Smith prepare reports on Wall's daily progress. Those notes, sometimes paired with video, are sent to top executives in the organization including managing partner Ted Leonsis. 

Leonsis doesn't just skim past them in his email inbox, either.

"I used to start my day reading the Washington Post. Now I start my day reading [and watching] my daily John Wall exercise video," Leonsis said.

Part of the reports include Wall's weight. He weighs in towards the beginning and end of each month to track his progress. 

All of it makes for a painstakingly detailed process. But despite being the subject of all that attention, Wall doesn't mind being micromanaged.

"It’s great for me, to understand that the organization I give my all to and the city I give me all to has my full support and believes I can come back to be the player I am," Wall told NBC Sports Washington. 

"That’s the best-case scenario. I’ve seen guys who have been with organizations that didn’t really stand by those guys. To have Ted and Tommy and all those guys, Coach Brooks, the whole D.C. community or DMV, has my support, it means a lot to me."

"John knows that. We text and talk all the time," Leonsis said. "I think great athletes think that’s fantastic. We care about him."

Wall, who turns 29 next month, is entering his 10th NBA season. He has been around long enough to have undergone several significant injury rehabs. He has made plenty of friends in the league and has heard how other organizations have treated their injured players.

Wall believes the Wizards are doing things right and in part by expressing almost extreme patience. Everyone from Leonsis on down has said that Wall has no defined timeline to return. They will be understanding even if he has to miss all of the 2019-20 season to make a full recovery.

Wall says that patience isn't there in other situations.

"To know they have my back and that I don’t have to rush back, it’s the best [situation] ever," Wall said. "A lot of guys have been in this position and they have to rush back from injuries. I don’t have to do that. I can take my time."

How much time Wall will end up taking seems to be very much up in the air. Leonsis said at a press conference last month said that Wall "probably won't play at all next year." But in order for that to happen, Wall's rehab would stretch to an unusually long amount of time.

The return timeline for a ruptured Achilles is generally 11 to 15 months. The 11-month mark is in January when three months of the season will still remain. He could even take 13 months, one month longer than most players have had in the past, and still return to play 15-20 games.

Missing all of next season would mean Wall waits 20 months following his surgery to return to NBA game action. That is a long time, especially considering Wall is in a precious window of his athletic prime.

But Wall, at least at this point, insists he is in no rush.

"I’m enjoying it. It’s a fun process," he said. "It’s not boring like a lot of people told me it would be. I love the challenge."

What may ultimately be tough to balance is that patience coupled with Wall's competitive drive. When the regular season is in full swing and the Wizards are where they are in the standings, will Wall be willing to stay on the sidelines?

Because as much as Wall says the right things about taking the long view and being understanding if doctors say he should sit out all of next year, he can't help but also issue warnings to his critics, the stuff that suggests he has some urgency to get back in due time.

"I love to hear everybody talking about ‘oh he will never be it again, John Wall is done.’ That motivates me more every day," he said. "I wake up and say ‘I’m going to prove somebody wrong.’"

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