2015 NBA Summer League

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2015 NBA Summer League
League National Basketball Association
Sport Basketball
Duration July 4–20, 2015
Number of games 98 total games
Orlando-25
Utah-6
Las Vegas-67
Number of teams Orlando-10
Utah-4
Las Vegas-24
TV partner(s) NBA TV
Orlando Pro Summer League
Season champions Memphis Grizzlies
  Runners-up Orlando Magic (White)
Season MVP Aaron Gordon
Top scorer Aaron Gordon
Las Vegas NBA Summer League
Season champions San Antonio Spurs
  Runners-up Phoenix Suns
Top seed Toronto Raptors
Season MVP Kyle Anderson (league)
Jonathon Simmons (championship game)
Top scorer Seth Curry
NBA Summer League seasons

The 2015 NBA Summer League consisted of three pro basketball leagues organized by the NBA: the Orlando Pro Summer League, Utah Jazz Summer League, and Las Vegas Summer League.[1]

Ten teams participated in the week-long Orlando Pro Summer League at Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, from July 4 to 10, 2015. The Memphis Grizzlies won the Orlando Pro Summer League Championship over the Orlando Magic White team, 75-73, on a buzzer-beater floater by Russ Smith in double overtime. Aaron Gordon of the Orlando Magic was named the league's Most Valuable Player. The Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets also participated in the Las Vegas Summer League.

The Utah Jazz Summer League was introduced for the first time in 2015, marking the first summer league to be played in Utah since the Rocky Mountain Revue was last held in 2008. Four teams participated in a round-robin format from July 6 to 9, 2015. No tournament was held, nor was there a champion named, but the Utah Jazz had the best record of the four teams, as they went undefeated with a 3-0 record. All four teams (Utah Jazz, Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers, and San Antonio Spurs) also participated in the Las Vegas Summer League.

The Las Vegas NBA Summer League is the official summer league of the NBA. It is the premier summer league of the three, with a total of 23 teams, plus a Select Team from the NBA Development League, participating. A total of 67 games were played from July 10 to 20, 2015, across two different venues, the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion, both located in Paradise, Nevada (near Las Vegas). The San Antonio Spurs won the Championship by defeating the Phoenix Suns in the championship game, 93-90. Kyle Anderson was named the league's Most Valuable Player, with Jonathon Simmons of the Spurs being named the Championship Game MVP. The Spurs championship was historic, as they were coached by Becky Hammon, the first full-time female assistant coach in the NBA.

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Orlando Pro Summer League[edit]

Each team played five games. Points were awarded to teams to determine the final standings. According to NBA.com the point system works like this: each game consists of eight possible points; four points for winning the game and one point for winning a quarter (in the event of a tied quarter, each team will receive 0.5 points). In the event of ties in seeding heading into championship day, three tiebreakers will be in place: 1) total point differential; 2) total points allowed; 3) coin flip.[2]

Teams[edit]

Schedule[edit]

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

Day 1[edit]

July 4
9:00 am
Miami Heat 92, Indiana Pacers 76
Scoring by quarter: 26–16, 17–20, 28–15, 21–25
Pts: Justise Winslow 15
Rebs: James Ennis 7
Asts: James Ennis 5
Pts: Myles Turner 20
Rebs: Myles Turner 8
Asts: Mantas Kalnietis 8
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Anderson, Isaac Barnett, Charles Rubia
July 4
11:00 am
Detroit Pistons 76, Orlando Magic White 87
Scoring by quarter: 17–19, 25–21, 19–24, 15–23
Pts: Adonis Thomas 17
Rebs: David Wear 5
Asts: Dinwiddle, Berggren, Johnson 3 each
Pts: Keith Benson 20
Rebs: Melvin Ejim, John Bohannon 7 each
Asts: Keith Appling 7
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Ben Taylor, Steven Perry, Phillip Moore
July 4
1:00 pm
Orlando Magic Blue 75, Los Angeles Clippers 74 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 23–13, 17–22, 13–19, 19–18, Overtime: 3–2
Pts: Aaron Gordon 22
Rebs: Aaron Gordon 18
Asts: Elfrid Payton 9
Pts: Branden Dawson 14
Rebs: Branden Dawson 14
Asts: Diante Garrett 6
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Robert Felder, Brent Barnaky, Rusty Phillips
July 4
3:00 pm
Charlotte Hornets 74, Oklahoma City Thunder 76
Scoring by quarter: 17–17, 17–21, 25–17, 15–21
Pts: Frank Kaminsky 19
Rebs: Frank Kaminsky 12
Asts: Jonathon Wallace 5
Pts: Frank Gaines 17
Rebs: Mitch McGary 13
Asts: Semaj Christon 10
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Nate Green, Kevin Scott, Andy Nagy
July 4
5:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 81, Brooklyn Nets 73
Scoring by quarter: 22–15, 19–23, 26–14, 14–21
Pts: Jordan Adams 20
Rebs: Jarnell Stokes 7
Asts: Russ Smith 8
Pts: Cory Jefferson 13
Rebs: Cory Jefferson 8
Asts: Darius Adams 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Tyler Ricks, Curtis Blair, Andy O'Brien

Day 2[edit]

July 5
1:00 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 69, Detroit Pistons 77
Scoring by quarter: 14–26, 21–22, 13–16, 21–13
Pts: Nate Wolters 20
Rebs: Liam McMorrow 9
Asts: Geron Johnson 5
Pts: Stanley Johnson 24
Rebs: Stanley Johnson 9
Asts: Spencer Dinwiddie 6
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Dedric Taylor, Isaac Barnett, Andy O'Brien
July 5
3:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 79, Charlotte Hornets 75
Scoring by quarter: 22–22, 20–14, 22–11, 15–28
Pts: Russ Smith 14
Rebs: Jarnell Stokes, Okaro White 8 each
Asts: Russ Smith 7
Pts: Troy Daniels 21
Rebs: Frank Kaminsky 8
Asts: Aaron Harrison 8
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Perry, Steven Anderson, Robert Felder
July 5
5:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 70, Miami Heat 71
Scoring by quarter: 14–19, 20–22, 19–17, 17–13
Pts: Ryan Boatright 23
Rebs: Cliff Alexander 8
Asts: Markel Brown 4
Pts: Willie Reed 17
Rebs: Willie Reed 9
Asts: Justise Winslow, Tyler Johnson 4 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Andy Nagy, Curtis Blair, Jamal Spearman

Day 3[edit]

July 6
1:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 76, Orlando Magic White 85
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 21–24, 21–19, 15–28
Pts: Shayne Whittington 16
Rebs: Myles Turner 9
Asts: Joe Young, Trent Lockett 4 each
Pts: Keith Appling, Chris Singleton 17 each
Rebs: Melvin Ejim 7
Asts: Ejim, Singleton, Wilbekin 3 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Charles Rubia, Phillip Moore, Brent Barnaky
July 6
3:00 pm
Orlando Magic Blue 65, Oklahoma City Thunder 73
Scoring by quarter: 16–16, 12–16, 19–16, 18–25
Pts: Aaron Gordon 21
Rebs: Aaron Gordon 10
Asts: Elfrid Payton, Peyton Siva 4 each
Pts: Mitch McGary 19
Rebs: Talib Zanna 9
Asts: Semaj Christon 9
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Tyler Ricks, Kevin Scott, Dedric Taylor
July 6
5:00 pm
Detroit Pistons 73, Miami Heat 78
Scoring by quarter: 22–23, 21–15, 12–20, 18–20
Pts: Stanley Johnson 14
Rebs: Stanley Johnson 7
Asts: Spencer Dinwiddie, Kelsey Barlow 4 each
Pts: Justise Winslow 17
Rebs: Willie Reed 11
Asts: Seth Tuttle 4
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Nate Green, Ben Taylor, Rusty Phillips

Day 4[edit]

July 7
1:00 pm
Orlando Magic Blue 71, Memphis Grizzlies 73 (2OT)
Scoring by quarter: 27–16, 12–12, 10–19, 20–22Overtime: 2–2, 0–2
Pts: Aaron Gordon 22
Rebs: Aaron Gordon 7
Asts: Peyton Siva 7
Pts: Russ Smith 20
Rebs: Jarnell Stokes 8
Asts: Stokes, Crocker, Smith 3 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Kevin Scott, Rusty Phillips, Andy O'Brien
July 7
3:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 55, Charlotte Hornets 64
Scoring by quarter: 19–17, 15–24, 14–8, 7–15
Pts: Markel Brown 12
Rebs: Markel Brown 5
Asts: Ryan Boatright 4
Pts: Troy Daniels 16
Rebs: Troy Daniels 14
Asts: Aaron Harrison 4
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Curtis Blair, Isaac Barnett, Charles Rubia
July 7
5:00 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 63, Los Angeles Clippers 80
Scoring by quarter: 15–24, 18–19, 20–21, 10–16
Pts: Frank Gaines 12
Rebs: Dakari Johnson 10
Asts: Quinn Cook 4
Pts: C.J. Wilcox 22
Rebs: Branden Dawson 11
Asts: D.J. Newbill, Nate Wolters 5 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Steven Anderson, Andy Nagy, Jemal Spearman

Day 5[edit]

July 8
1:00 pm
Orlando Magic White 81, Charlotte Hornets 68
Scoring by quarter: 20–15, 23–13, 18–25, 20–15
Pts: Keith Benson 16
Rebs: Melvin Ejim 7
Asts: Bohannon, Braun, Wilbekin, Smith 3 each
Pts: Aaron Harrison 15
Rebs: Frank Kaminsky, Kevin Murphy 7 each
Asts: Kevin Murphy, Jonathan Wallace 3 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Brent Barnacky, Nate Green, Phillip Moore
July 8
3:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 65, Detroit Pistons 90
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 19–30, 16–15, 17–24
Pts: Joe Young 25
Rebs: Myles Turner 8
Asts: Joe Young 5
Pts: Stanley Johnson 20
Rebs: Stanley Johnson 10
Asts: Johnson, Dinwiddie, Hilliard 2 each
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Robert Felder, Curtis Blair, Steven Perry
July 8
5:00 pm
Los Angeles Clippers 85, Miami Heat 87
Scoring by quarter: 28–20, 11–21, 18–29, 28–17
Pts: Diante Garrett 20
Rebs: Branden Dawson 11
Asts: C.J. Wilcox 4
Pts: Willie Reed 17
Rebs: Willie Reed 7
Asts: Shabazz Napier 6
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Steven Anderson, Tyler Ricks

Day 6[edit]

July 9
1:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 91, Orlando Magic Blue 85
Scoring by quarter: 18–21, 25–20, 16–22, 32–22
Pts: Joe Young 28
Rebs: Arinze Onuaku 9
Asts: Trent Lockett 4
Pts: Tyler Harvey 24
Rebs: Devyn Marble, Jordan Morgan 7 each
Asts: Tyler Harvey 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Kevin Scott, Isaac Barnett, Jemal Spearman
July 9
3:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 58, Orlando Magic White 65
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 9–10, 15–14, 16–19
Pts: Ryan Boatright 13
Rebs: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 12
Asts: Hollis-Jefferson, Brown 3 each
Pts: Keith Appling 19
Rebs: Melvin Ejim, Keith Benson 8 each
Asts: Scottie Wilbekin 3
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Ben Taylor, Dedric Taylor, Andy O'Brien
July 9
5:00 pm
Oklahoma City Thunder 81, Memphis Grizzlies 87
Scoring by quarter: 20–22, 20–27, 17–17, 24–21
Pts: Semaj Christon 19
Rebs: Mitch McGary 7
Asts: Christon, Cook 5 each
Pts: Jarnell Stokes 18
Rebs: Michael Holyfield 9
Asts: Andrew Harrison 6
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Charles Rubia, Andy Nagy

Championship day[edit]

Each team played one game on the league's final day for either first, third, fifth, seventh or ninth place.

Seeding criteria[edit]

The seeding was determined by a team's total points after the first five days. Eight points were awarded in each game: four points for winning a game and one point for every quarter a team won. In the event of a tied quarter, each team is awarded half a point.[3] If two or more teams had equal points, then the following tiebreakers applied:

  1. Total point differential
  2. Least total points allowed
  3. Coin flip

Each odd-numbered seed was paired with the team seeded immediately below it. For example, the top two seeds played in the championship game, the third and fourth seeds played in the third-place game, etc.

Standings/seedings[edit]

# Team GP W L PTS Tiebreaker Notes
1 Orlando Magic White 4 4 0 27
2 Memphis Grizzlies 4 4 0 25.5
3 Miami Heat 4 4 0 25
4 Detroit Pistons 4 2 2 16
5 Oklahoma City Thunder 4 2 2 14.5
6 Los Angeles Clippers 4 1 3 13
7 Orlando Magic Blue 4 1 3 11 Point Differential -15
8 Indiana Pacers 4 1 3 11 Point Differential -44
9 Charlotte Hornets 4 1 3 10
10 Brooklyn Nets 4 0 4 7

Championship Day Schedule[edit]

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)
9th-Place Game[edit]
July 10
4:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 73, Charlotte Hornets 82
Scoring by quarter: 18–17, 17–29, 23–19, 15–17
Pts: Ryan Boatright 24
Rebs: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 11
Asts: Ryan Boatright 7
Pts: Frank Kaminsky 19
Rebs: Hairston, Daniels 8 each
Asts: Troy Daniels 5
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Andy O'Brien, Robert Felder, Steven Anderson
7th-Place Game[edit]
July 10
2:00 pm
Indiana Pacers 74, Orlando Magic Blue 98
Scoring by quarter: 16–28, 19–18, 25–29, 14–23
Pts: Joe Young 28
Rebs: Christian Watford 10
Asts: Christian Watford 4
Pts: Jordan Sibert 18
Rebs: Nnanna Egwu 11
Asts: Jabril Trawick 4
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Andy Nagy, Tyler Ricks
5th-Place Game[edit]
July 10
8:00 am
Los Angeles Clippers 100, Oklahoma City Thunder 101 (2OT)
Scoring by quarter: 24–23, 22–20, 26–25, 22–26Overtime: 6–6, 0–1
Pts: Jordan Hamilton 29
Rebs: Jordan Hamilton 8
Asts: Diante Garrett 6
Pts: Semaj Christon 23
Rebs: Dakari Johnson 11
Asts: Quinn Cook 9
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Dedric Taylor, Nate Green, John Conley
3rd Place Game[edit]
July 10
10:00 am
Detroit Pistons 68, Miami Heat 91
Scoring by quarter: 15–17, 9–24, 26–29, 18–21
Pts: Spencer Dinwiddie 11
Rebs: Kammeon Holsey 6
Asts: Dinwiddie, Johnson 2 each
Pts: Josh Richardson 18
Rebs: Whittington, Smith 7 each
Asts: Greg Whittington 4
Miami Heat wins third place playoff
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Phillip Moore, Charles Rubia, Curtis Blair
Final[edit]
July 10
12:00 pm
Memphis Grizzlies 75, Orlando Magic White 73 (2OT)
Scoring by quarter: 20–6, 16–28, 15–24, 22–15, Overtime: 0–0, 2–0
Pts: Russ Smith 15
Rebs: Jarnell Stokes 6
Asts: Russ Smith 9
Pts: Benson, Singleton 16 each
Rebs: Keith Benson 12
Asts: Keith Appling 6
Memphis Grizzlies win Final
Amway Center, Orlando, Florida
Referees: Ben Taylor, Steven Perry, Isaac Barnett

Final Standings[edit]

# Team GP W L PCT
1 Memphis Grizzlies 5 5 0 1.000
2 Orlando Magic (White) 5 4 1 .800
3 Miami Heat 5 5 0 1.000
4 Detroit Pistons 5 2 3 .400
5 Oklahoma City Thunder 5 3 2 .600
6 Los Angeles Clippers 5 1 4 .200
7 Orlando Magic (Blue) 5 2 3 .400
8 Indiana Pacers 5 1 4 .200
9 Charlotte Hornets 5 2 3 .400
10 Brooklyn Nets 5 0 5 .000

Individual statistical leaders[edit]

Reference:[4]

Honors[edit]

Josh Cohen of the Orlando Magic's website ranked the top five most valuable players in the Orlando Pro Summer League:[5]

  1. Aaron Gordon, Orlando Magic (MVP)
  2. Stanley Johnson, Detroit Pistons
  3. Russ Smith, Memphis Grizzlies
  4. Myles Turner, Indiana Pacers
  5. Justise Winslow, Miami Heat

Utah Jazz Summer League[edit]

The Utah Jazz Summer League consisted of six games. Each team played three games and each team played on each day (July 6, 7, and 9).

Teams[edit]

Schedule[edit]

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

Day 1[edit]

July 6
7:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 71, San Antonio Spurs 74
Scoring by quarter: 18–20, 12–14, 24–15, 17–25
Pts: Jahlil Okafor 18
Rebs: Furkan Aldemir 11
Asts: T.J. McConnell 4
Pts: Dairis Bertans 19
Rebs: Kyle Anderson 9
Asts: Ware, Bertans, Graham 3 each
Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 10,215
Referees: Matt Kallio, Marat Kogut, Aaron Smith
July 6
9:00 pm
Boston Celtics 82, Utah Jazz 100
Scoring by quarter: 25–20, 15–31, 22–17, 20–32
Pts: Marcus Smart 26
Rebs: Marcus Smart, Terry Rozier 5 each
Asts: Marcus Smart 8
Pts: Rodney Hood 23
Rebs: Jack Cooley 13
Asts: Dante Exum 5
Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 10,215
Referees: Ray Acosta, Justin VanDuyne, Nate Harris

Day 2[edit]

July 7
7:00 pm
Boston Celtics 62, Philadelphia 76ers 76
Scoring by quarter: 16–12, 10–15, 19–28, 17–21
Pts: Terry Rozier 14
Rebs: Jonathan Holmes 7
Asts: C.J. Fair 3
Pts: Okafor, McRae, Holmes 13 each
Rebs: Furkan Aldemir 14
Asts: Jordan McRae, Deonte Burton 3 each
Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 9,408
Referees: Eric Dalen, Ray Acosta, Matt Kallio
July 7
9:00 pm
San Antonio Spurs 70, Utah Jazz 72
Scoring by quarter: 20–15, 23–22, 19–19, 8–16
Pts: Kyle Anderson 25
Rebs: Cady Lalanne 11
Asts: Casper Ware 4
Pts: Rodney Hood 18
Rebs: Jack Cooley 8
Asts: Bryce Cotton 4
Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 9,408
Referees: Marat Kogut, Aaron Smith, Justin VanDuyne

Day 3[edit]

July 9
7:00 pm
Boston Celtics 85, San Antonio Spurs 71
Scoring by quarter: 13–22, 27–13, 24–22, 21–14
Pts: Marcus Smart 22
Rebs: Jordan Mickey 9
Asts: Smart, Rozier 7 each
Pts: Cady Lalanne 13
Rebs: Kyle Anderson 7
Asts: Kyle Anderson 3
Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 12,128
Referees: Eric Dalen, Marat Kogut, Aaron Smith
July 9
9:00 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 78, Utah Jazz 84 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 18–29, 16–13, 20–19, 20–13, Overtime: 4–10
Pts: Jordan McRae 19
Rebs: Furkan Aldemir 15
Asts: Okafor, McConnell 3 each
Pts: Bryce Cotton 20
Rebs: Jack Cooley 8
Asts: Cotton, Johnson 5 each
Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, Utah
Attendance: 12,128
Referees: Matt Kallio, Ray Acosta, Justin VanDuyne

Final Results[edit]

# Team GP W L QW
1 Utah Jazz 3 3 0 4.5
2 Philadelphia 76ers 3 1 2 7
3 San Antonio Spurs 3 1 2 6.5
4 Boston Celtics 3 1 2 6

Individual statistical leaders[edit]

Reference:[7]

Las Vegas Summer League[edit]

A total of 67 games will be played between 24 teams. The league consists of a preliminary round (July 10–14) and an elimination tournament (July 15–16 and July 18–20). Teams will be seeded after the preliminary round for the elimination tournament.[8]

Teams[edit]

Schedule[9][edit]

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)

Day 1 (July 10)[edit]


6:00 pm
Milwaukee Bucks 89, New Orleans Pelicans 101
Scoring by quarter: 13–29, 29–19, 22–27, 25–26
Pts: Sean Kilpatrick 24
Rebs: Kevin Jones 8
Asts: Jorge Gutierrez 4
Pts: Seth Curry 30
Rebs: Rudd, Drew, Birch 6 each
Asts: Larry Drew II 6
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, Kyle Regetz, Randy Richardson

6:30 pm
Sacramento Kings 68, Toronto Raptors 90
Scoring by quarter: 15–22, 17–23, 19–21, 17–24
Pts: James Anderson 15
Rebs: Sim Bhullar 10
Asts: Shaquielle McKissic 4
Pts: Norman Powell 20
Rebs: Ronald Roberts 12
Asts: Delon Wright 9
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Chance Moore, Lauren Holtkamp, Jaston Carter

8:00 pm
Atlanta Hawks 71, Denver Nuggets 86
Scoring by quarter: 15–24, 21–19, 15–23, 20–20
Pts: Lamar Patterson 16
Rebs: Mike Muscala 6
Asts: Patterson, Kane 3 each
Pts: Gary Harris 15
Rebs: Nikola Jokic 6
Asts: Mudiay, Green 4 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tyler Ford, Phenizee Ransom, Nate Harris

8:30 pm
Minnesota Timberwolves 81, Los Angeles Lakers 68
Scoring by quarter: 21–22, 20–13, 15–21, 25–12
Pts: Zach LaVine 24
Rebs: Adreian Payne 9
Asts: Karl-Anthony Towns 4
Pts: Jordan Clarkson 23
Rebs: Tarik Black 13
Asts: D'Angelo Russell 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Ray Bullock, Karl Lane, John Butler

10:00 pm
NBA D-League Select 104, Houston Rockets 111
Scoring by quarter: 23–19, 26–36, 21–32, 34–24
Pts: Scotty Hopson 27
Rebs: Hasheem Thabeet 6
Asts: Joe Jackson 6
Pts: Alan Williams 27
Rebs: Alan Williams 10
Asts: Will Cummings 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Bharat Rham, Nick Heater

10:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 83, Cleveland Cavaliers 75
Scoring by quarter: 25–17, 17–16, 21–16, 20–26
Pts: James Michael McAdoo 20
Rebs: Ognjen Kuzmic 8
Asts: Aaron Craft 7
Pts: Tyler Haws 12
Rebs: Jerrelle Benimon 10
Asts: John Shurna 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: CJ Washington, Kevin Fahy, JB DeRosa

Day 2 (July 11)[edit]


4:00 pm
New Orleans Pelicans 90, Dallas Mavericks 86
Scoring by quarter: 25–20, 27–24, 20–23, 18–19
Pts: Seth Curry 25
Rebs: Birch, Curry, Drew 6 each
Asts: Larry Drew II 5
Pts: Justin Anderson 23
Rebs: Dwight Powell 14
Asts: Kevin Pangos 6
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Ray Acosta, Didier Shema-Maboko, Omar Bermudez

4:30 pm
New York Knicks 78, San Antonio Spurs 73
Scoring by quarter: 18–17, 20–20, 11–17, 29–19
Pts: Cleanthony Early 18
Rebs: Travis Wear 10
Asts: Early, Grant 3 each
Pts: Kyle Anderson 23
Rebs: Lalanne, Scott, Simmons 6 each
Asts: Shannon Scott 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tweety Carter, Eddie Viator, CJ Washington

6:00 pm
Washington Wizards 77, Phoenix Suns 86
Scoring by quarter: 9–20, 21–23, 26–20, 21–23
Pts: Kelly Oubre 20
Rebs: Famous, Oubre 10 each
Asts: Scott Machado 4
Pts: Archie Goodwin 22
Rebs: Alex Len 8
Asts: Mickey McConnell 6
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Matthew Beattie, JT Orr, Aaron Smith

6:30 pm
Chicago Bulls 84, Minnesota Timberwolves 71
Scoring by quarter: 21–14, 21–23, 19–10, 23–24
Pts: Bobby Portis 23
Rebs: Cameron Bairstow 6
Asts: Cameron Bairstow 9
Pts: Zach LaVine 20
Rebs: LaVine, Payne, Towns 9 each
Asts: Jones, Brown 3 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Gediminas Petraitis, Jason Goldenberg, Arnauld Kom Njilo, Benjamin Jiminez

8:00 pm
Boston Celtics 85, Portland Trail Blazers 76
Scoring by quarter: 30–20, 21–13, 13–24, 21–19
Pts: Marcus Smart 19
Rebs: Jordan Mickey 10
Asts: Smart, Rozier 3 each
Pts: Allen Crabbe 15
Rebs: Malcolm Thomas 10
Asts: Tim Frazier 9
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Anthony Burris, Kevin Cutler, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal

8:30 pm
Los Angeles Lakers 68, Philadelphia 76ers 60
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 9–21, 28–19, 13–9
Pts: Jordan Clarkson 19
Rebs: D'Angelo Russell 8
Asts: D'Angelo Russell 3
Pts: Jahlil Okafor 19
Rebs: Jahlil Okafor 9
Asts: J.P. Tokoto 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Mitchell Ervin, Josue Nieves, Kevin Fahy

10:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 76, Cleveland Cavaliers 75
Scoring by quarter: 24–16, 14–24, 17–23, 21–12
Pts: Ryan Boatright 16
Rebs: Willie Reed 10
Asts: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 4
Pts: Benimon, Seeley 11 each
Rebs: Jerrelle Benimon 12
Asts: D.J. Seeley 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Rabah Noujaim, Scott Twardoski, JB DeRosa

10:30 pm
Miami Heat 82, Utah Jazz 79
Scoring by quarter: 19–18, 20–17, 20–20, 23–24
Pts: Josh Richardson 16
Rebs: Greg Whittington 10
Asts: Shabazz Napier 4
Pts: Bryce Cotton 28
Rebs: Jack Cooley 8
Asts: Bryce Cotton 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Brett Nansel, Bharat Rham, Ray Bullock

Day 3 (July 12)[edit]


4:00 pm
Washington Wizards 74, NBA D-League Select 94
Scoring by quarter: 19–25, 14–25, 21–20, 20–24
Pts: Jarrid Famous 21
Rebs: Jarrid Famous 10
Asts: Scott Machado 3
Pts: Scotty Hopson 20
Rebs: Casey Prather 8
Asts: Davion Berry 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Mitchell Ervin, Jaston Carter, Brandon Adair

4:30 pm
Phoenix Suns 89, Houston Rockets 108
Scoring by quarter: 19–30, 26–27, 27–22, 17–29
Pts: T.J. Warren 22
Rebs: Archie Goodwin 6
Asts: Mike James 8
Pts: DJ Kennedy 21
Rebs: Harrell, Williams 8 each
Asts: Will Cummings 7
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, Josue Nieves, Suyash Mehta

6:00 pm
Chicago Bulls 66, Toronto Raptors 81
Scoring by quarter: 16–24, 12–18, 20–15, 18–24
Pts: McDermott, Bairstow 11 each
Rebs: Cameron Bairstow 10
Asts: Galloway, Blue 3 each
Pts: Norman Powell 19
Rebs: Lucas Nogueira 12
Asts: Gary Talton 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Marat Kogut, Jason Goldenberg, John Butler

6:30 pm
Milwaukee Bucks 74, San Antonio Spurs 89
Scoring by quarter: 16–11, 20–28, 18–28, 20–22
Pts: Clark, Gutierrez, Kilpatrick, Vaughn 11 each
Rebs: Micheal Eric 9
Asts: Rashad Vaughn 4
Pts: Kyle Anderson 22
Rebs: Shannon Scott 7
Asts: Shannon Scott 7
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Lauren Holtkamp, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal, Anthony Burris

8:00 pm
Sacramento Kings 76, Denver Nuggets 98
Scoring by quarter: 21–18, 23–33, 14–24, 18–23
Pts: David Wear 19
Rebs: Eric Moreland 7
Asts: David Stockton 5
Pts: Clark, Mudiay 19 each
Rebs: Nikola Jokic 11
Asts: Emmanuel Mudiay 10
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Justin VanDuyne, Brett Nansel, Randy Richardson

8:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 70, Atlanta Hawks 71
Scoring by quarter: 15–14, 15–18, 20–14, 20–25
Pts: James Michael McAdoo 17
Rebs: Ognjen Kuzmic 11
Asts: Aaron Craft 5
Pts: Holt, Glenn Robinson 13 each
Rebs: Walter Tavares 6
Asts: Patterson, Muscala 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Gediminas Petraitis, Kyle Regetz, Charles Watson

10:00 pm
Portland Trail Blazers 93, Dallas Mavericks 80
Scoring by quarter: 21–16, 27–16, 21–21, 24–27
Pts: Allen Crabbe 24
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 7
Asts: Tim Frazier 8
Pts: Dwight Powell 25
Rebs: Dwight Powell 8
Asts: Kevin Pangos 6
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Jacyn Goble, William Mensah

10:30 pm
Philadelphia 76ers 76, Boston Celtics 85
Scoring by quarter: 19–20, 17–20, 14–23, 26–22
Pts: Scotty Wilbekin 19
Rebs: Arsalan Kazemi 13
Asts: Zack, Jackson 3 each
Pts: Terry Rozier 22
Rebs: Jordan Mickey 11
Asts: Terry Rozier 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Karl Lane, Phenizee Ransom, Sir Allen Conner

Day 4 (July 13)[edit]


4:00 pm
Cleveland Cavaliers 94, Milwaukee Bucks 87 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 15–21, 21–17, 14–25, 37–24, Overtime: 7–0
Pts: D.J. Seeley 14
Rebs: Rakeem Christmas 11
Asts: 7 tied at 1
Pts: Rashad Vaughn 18
Rebs: Jones, Eric 6 each
Asts: Jorge Gutierrez 8
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Scott, Lauren Holtkamp, Nick Heater

4:30 pm
New Orleans Pelicans 89, Brooklyn Nets 83
Scoring by quarter: 25–17, 22–31, 22–15, 20–20
Pts: Bryce Dejean-Jones 26
Rebs: Khem Birch 11
Asts: Larry Drew II 16
Pts: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 18
Rebs: Willie Reed 7
Asts: Reed, Adams 3 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Jaston Carter, Brandon Adair

6:00 pm
NBA D-League Select 84, Atlanta Hawks 74
Scoring by quarter: 20–21, 30–13, 17–15, 17–25
Pts: Justin Dentmon 15
Rebs: Scotty Hopson 8
Asts: Joe Jackson 4
Pts: Lamar Patterson 15
Rebs: Edy Tavares 10
Asts: Terran Petteway 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Karl Lane, Phenizee Ransom

6:30 pm
Golden State Warriors 71, Sacramento Kings 90
Scoring by quarter: 16–23, 19–28, 12–25, 24–14
Pts: Sutton, Nastic 14 each
Rebs: Kevon Looney 7
Asts: Craft, Stainbrook 3 each
Pts: James Anderson 17
Rebs: Willie Cauley-Stein 8
Asts: Julyan Stone 9
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Justin VanDuyne, John Butler

8:00 pm
Miami Heat 83, Denver Nuggets 86
Scoring by quarter: 21–16, 20–20, 24–25, 18–25
Pts: Shabazz Napier 20
Rebs: Olaseni, Napier 6 each
Asts: Shabazz Napier 6
Pts: Ian Clark 19
Rebs: Joffrey Lauvergne 9
Asts: Emmanuel Mudiay 8
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Ben Taylor, Bharat Ram, Sir Allen Conner

8:30 pm
Los Angeles Lakers 66, New York Knicks 76
Scoring by quarter: 5–19, 26–17, 17–25, 18-15
Pts: Jabari Brown 20
Rebs: Randle, Nance 6 each
Asts: Julius Randle 2
Pts: Early, Galloway 13 each
Rebs: Early, Galloway 9 each
Asts: Jerian Grant 8
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, Aaron Smith, Ray Acosta

10:00 pm
Toronto Raptors 95, Houston Rockets 87
Scoring by quarter: 14–24, 27–12, 21–18, 33–33
Pts: Norman Powell 19
Rebs: Lucas Nogueira 13
Asts: Lucas Nogueira 3
Pts: Glen Rice, Jr. 28
Rebs: DJ Kennedy 9
Asts: Glen Rice, Jr. 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Dedric Taylor, JB DeRosa, Kyle Regetz

10:30 pm
Utah Jazz 91, Minnesota Timberwolves 82
Scoring by quarter: 17–15, 32–20, 15–22, 27–25
Pts: Jared Cunningham 17
Rebs: Trey Lyles 9
Asts: Bryce Cotton 6
Pts: Adreian Payne 18
Rebs: Karl-Anthony Towns 10
Asts: Jeffers, Brown 4 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eric Dalen, Tyler Ford, AJ Desai

Day 5 (July 14)[edit]


3:00 pm
Portland Trail Blazers 75, San Antonio Spurs 79
Scoring by quarter: 19–17, 12–17, 17–17, 27–28
Pts: Noah Vonleh 20
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 8
Asts: Tim Frazier 8
Pts: Kyle Anderson 19
Rebs: Jarrell Eddie 5
Asts: 5 tied with 2 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Jason Goldenberg, Kerby Sitton

3:30 pm
Washington Wizards 85, Dallas Mavericks 79
Scoring by quarter: 26–18, 16–16, 23–19, 20–26
Pts: Jarrid Famous 16
Rebs: Famous, Jones 9 each
Asts: Scott Machado 5
Pts: Dwight Powell 18
Rebs: Jeremy Tyler 10
Asts: Kevin Pangos 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Steven Anderson, Brett Nansel, Jacyn Goble

5:00 pm
Brooklyn Nets 87, Chicago Bulls 86
Scoring by quarter: 21–29, 15–19, 26–17, 25–21
Pts: Ryan Boatright 21
Rebs: Hollis-Jefferson, Mitchell, Alexander 6 each
Asts: Markel Brown 4
Pts: Doug McDermott 19
Rebs: Bobby Portis 10
Asts: Diante Garrett 8
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Ben Taylor, Gediminas Petraitis, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal

5:30 pm
New York Knicks 84, Philadelphia 76ers 81 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 11–24, 24–15, 15–18, 29–22, Overtime: 5–2
Pts: Maurice Ndour 23
Rebs: Maurice Ndour 6
Asts: Jerian Grant 4
Pts: Scotty Wilbekin 26
Rebs: Arsalan Kazemi 8
Asts: T.J. McConnell 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Charles Watson, Josue Nieves

7:00 pm
Miami Heat 69, Boston Celtics 101
Scoring by quarter: 16–22, 21–26, 18–17, 14–36
Pts: Greg Whittington 18
Rebs: Greg Whittington 8
Asts: Josh Richardson 4
Pts: Marcus Thornton 21
Rebs: Jordan Mickey 11
Asts: Terry Rozier 7
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Dedric Taylor, Mitchell Ervin, JB DeRosa

7:30 pm
Phoenix Suns 91, Utah Jazz 82
Scoring by quarter: 23–22, 23–17, 24–21, 21–22
Pts: Devin Booker 18
Rebs: Alex Len 14
Asts: 7 tied at 2 each
Pts: Cotton, Johnson, Cunningham 13 each
Rebs: JaJuan Johnson 9
Asts: Jared Cunningham 2
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, CJ Washington, AJ Desai

Championship[edit]

The championship is determined by a single-elimination tournament; the top 8 teams receive a first-round bye.

Seeding criteria[edit]

Reference:[10]

Teams are seeded first by overall record, then by a tiebreaker system

  1. Head-to-head result (applicable only to ties between two teams, not to multiple-team ties)
  2. Quarter point system (1 point for win, .5 for tie, 0 for loss, 0 for overtime periods)
  3. Point differential
  4. Coin flip

The head-to-head result is extremely unlikely to apply in determining seeding, since the teams play only three games before being seeded. It is impossible for two teams to both be 3-0 or 0-3 and have played one another. It is also very unlikely that exactly two teams and no others finish either 2-1 or 1-2 and for those two teams to have played one another. Even in the situation where there is a multiple-team tie and some but not all the teams have superior or inferior quarter points, the remaining teams look first to the point differential even if only two teams remain. Unlike tiebreak criteria often found in sports leagues, multiple-team ties that are reduced to two teams by progression through the tiebreaker steps are not returned to the first step of the two-team tiebreaker.

First-round losers played consolation games to determine 17th through 24th places based on the tiebreaker system stated above. Second-round losers played consolation games to determine ninth through 16th places.

Standings/seedings[edit]

# Team GP W L PCT QP Point Differential (Tiebreaker)
1 Toronto Raptors 3 3 0 1.000 9.5
2 Boston Celtics 3 3 0 1.000 9
3 Denver Nuggets 3 3 0 1.000 8
4 New Orleans Pelicans 3 3 0 1.000 7.5
5 New York Knicks 3 3 0 1.000 6.5
6 NBA D-League Select 3 2 1 .667 7 +23
7 San Antonio Spurs 3 2 1 .667 7 +14
8 Phoenix Suns 3 2 1 .667 7 -1
9 Houston Rockets 3 2 1 .667 6.5
10 Brooklyn Nets 3 2 1 .667 5.5
11 Los Angeles Lakers 3 1 2 .333 7
12 Golden State Warriors 3 1 2 .333 6
13 Utah Jazz 3 1 2 .333 5.5 -3
14 Atlanta Hawks 3 1 2 .333 5.5 -24
15 Portland Trail Blazers 3 1 2 .333 5 0
16 Cleveland Cavaliers 3 1 2 .333 5 -2
17 Chicago Bulls 3 1 2 .333 5 -3
18 Minnesota Timberwolves 3 1 2 .333 5 -9
19 Miami Heat 3 1 2 .333 5 -32
20 Washington Wizards 3 1 2 .333 4.5
21 Sacramento Kings 3 1 2 .333 4
22 Dallas Mavericks 3 0 3 .000 5
23 Philadelphia 76ers 3 0 3 .000 4 -20
24 Milwaukee Bucks 3 0 3 .000 4 -34

Tournament Bracket[edit]

  First Round
(July 15)
Second Round
(July 16)
Quarterfinals
(July 18)
Semifinals
(July 19)
Final
(July 20)
                                               
       
       
  1 Toronto Raptors 80  
    17 Chicago Bulls 84  
16 Cleveland Cavaliers 73
17 Chicago Bulls 91  
  17 Chicago Bulls 84  
  8 Phoenix Suns 91  
9 Houston Rockets 93  
24 Milwaukee Bucks 97  
  24 Milwaukee Bucks 80
    8 Phoenix Suns 106  
     
       
  8 Phoenix Suns 93  
  4 New Orleans Pelicans 87  
       
       
  5 New York Knicks 54
    12 Golden State Warriors 76  
12 Golden State Warriors 83
21 Sacramento Kings 67  
  12 Golden State Warriors 91
  4 New Orleans Pelicans 100  
13 Utah Jazz 78  
20 Washington Wizards 86  
  20 Washington Wizards 81
    4 New Orleans Pelicans 97  
     
     
8 Phoenix Suns 90
7 San Antonio Spurs 93
       
       
  3 Denver Nuggets 73  
    14 Atlanta Hawks 82  
14 Atlanta Hawks 75
19 Miami Heat 64  
  14 Atlanta Hawks 91  
  22 Dallas Mavericks 83  
11 Los Angeles Lakers 86  
22 Dallas Mavericks 88  
  22 Dallas Mavericks 104
    6 NBA D-League Select 88  
     
       
  14 Atlanta Hawks 68
  7 San Antonio Spurs 75  
     
     
  7 San Antonio Spurs 74
    10 Brooklyn Nets 71  
10 Brooklyn Nets 75
23 Philadelphia 76ers 68  
  7 San Antonio Spurs 95      
  2 Boston Celtics 93        
15 Portland Trail Blazers 82  
18 Minnesota Timberwolves 77  
  15 Portland Trail Blazers 85
    2 Boston Celtics 91  
   
     

Tournament schedule[11][edit]

All times are in Eastern Daylight Time (UTC−4)
First round (July 15)[edit]

4:00 pm
#24 Milwaukee Bucks 97, #9 Houston Rockets 93
Scoring by quarter: 27–21, 24–23, 23–22, 23–27
Pts: Sean Kilpatrick 26
Rebs: Kevin Jones 9
Asts: Gutierrez, Randle 9 each
Pts: Alan Williams 17
Rebs: Alan Williams 8
Asts: Rice, Henry 3 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Scott, Gediminas Petraitis, Kerby Sitton

4:30 pm
#23 Philadelphia 76ers 68, #10 Brooklyn Nets 75
Scoring by quarter: 7–23, 21–20, 27–15, 13–17
Pts: Scotty Wilbekin 11
Rebs: Arsalan Kazemi 7
Asts: T.J. McConnell 4
Pts: Markel Brown 23
Rebs: Willie Reed 9
Asts: Brown, Adams 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, Brett Nansel, Kyle Regetz

6:00 pm
#19 Miami Heat 64, #14 Atlanta Hawks 75
Scoring by quarter: 19–23, 21–19, 13–18, 11–15
Pts: Shabazz Napier 21
Rebs: Greg Whittington 10
Asts: 4 tied at 2 each
Pts: Mike Muscala 15
Rebs: Mike Muscala 12
Asts: Muscala, Patterson 5 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Steven Anderson, Marat Kogut, Josue Nieves

6:30 pm
#21 Sacramento Kings 67, #12 Golden State Warriors 83
Scoring by quarter: 27–18, 20–22, 4–20, 16–23
Pts: David Stockton 17
Rebs: Eric Moreland 7
Asts: David Stockton 4
Pts: James Michael McAdoo 20
Rebs: James Michael McAdoo 9
Asts: Aaron Craft 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, Tyler Ford, Greg Danridge

8:00 pm
#20 Washington Wizards 86, #13 Utah Jazz 78
Scoring by quarter: 33–18, 19–17, 22–23, 12-20
Pts: Scott Machado 17
Rebs: Orlando Johnson 11
Asts: Scott Machado 8
Pts: Bryce Cotton 20
Rebs: Trey Lyles 7
Asts: Jared Cunningham 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Karl Lane, Jacyn Goble, Brandon Adair

8:30 pm
#22 Dallas Mavericks 88, #11 Los Angeles Lakers 86
Scoring by quarter: 30–20, 20–18, 18–25, 20-23
Pts: Jeremy Tyler 25
Rebs: Jeremy Tyler 11
Asts: Powell, Pangos 4 each
Pts: Jabari Brown 19
Rebs: Brown, Russell 6 each
Asts: D'Angelo Russell 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, CJ Washington, Ray Acosta

10:00 pm
#17 Chicago Bulls 91, #16 Cleveland Cavaliers 73
Scoring by quarter: 19–14, 22–19, 29–20, 21–20
Pts: McDermott, Portis, Blue 16 each
Rebs: Bobby Portis 10
Asts: Diante Garrett 6
Pts: D.J. Seeley 16
Rebs: Jerrelle Benimon 8
Asts: Cook, Seeley 3 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Justin VanDuyne, Bharat Ram, Jason Baker

10:30 pm
#18 Minnesota Timberwolves 77, #15 Portland Trail Blazers 82
Scoring by quarter: 19–26, 20–19, 20–18, 18–19
Pts: Karl-Anthony Towns 20
Rebs: Karl-Anthony Towns 10
Asts: Lorenzo Brown 4
Pts: Noah Vonleh 16
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 10
Asts: Tim Frazier 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Kevin Cutler, Aaron Smith, Mitchell Ervin
Second Round (July 16)[edit]

4:00 pm
#24 Milwaukee Bucks 80, #8 Phoenix Suns 106
Scoring by quarter: 25–19, 27–31, 14–30, 14–26
Pts: Rashad Vaughn 17
Rebs: Michael Eric 9
Asts: Jorge Gutierrez 6
Pts: T.J. Warren 23
Rebs: Alex Len 9
Asts: Harrellson, McNeal 5 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Dedric Taylor, Ray Acosta, J.B. DeRosa

4:30 pm
#12 Golden State Warriors 76, #5 New York Knicks 54
Scoring by quarter: 13–15, 21–7, 25–19, 17–13
Pts: James Michael McAdoo 16
Rebs: James Michael McAdoo 9
Asts: Aaron Craft 4
Pts: Jerian Grant 14
Rebs: Maurice Ndour 6
Asts: Jerian Grant 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Kyle Regetz, Sir Allen Conner

6:00 pm
#10 Brooklyn Nets 71, #7 San Antonio Spurs 74
Scoring by quarter: 13–21, 15–15, 24–14, 19–24
Pts: Markel Brown 17
Rebs: Cliff Alexander 13
Asts: Darius Adams 5
Pts: Kyle Anderson 21
Rebs: Kyle Anderson 9
Asts: Jonathan Simmons 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Karl Lane, John Butler, William Mensah

6:30 pm
#22 Dallas Mavericks 104, #6 NBA D-League Select 88
Scoring by quarter: 17–20, 31–21, 33–27, 23–20
Pts: Justin Anderson 23 each
Rebs: Jeremy Tyler 11
Asts: Kevin Pangos 8
Pts: Justin Dentmon 31
Rebs: Scotty Hopson 5
Asts: Scotty Hopson 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Ben Taylor, Jaston Carter, Jason Baker

8:00 pm
#20 Washington Wizards 81, #4 New Orleans Pelicans 97
Scoring by quarter: 18–25, 23–24, 25–26, 15–22
Pts: Scott Machado 17
Rebs: Shawn Jones 11
Asts: Orlando Johnson 5
Pts: Seth Curry 26
Rebs: Birch, Rudd 8 each
Asts: Larry Drew II 5
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Brent Barnaky, Aaron Smith, Phenizee Ransom

8:30 pm
#14 Atlanta Hawks 82, #3 Denver Nuggets 73
Scoring by quarter: 18–15, 19–17, 24–24, 21–17
Pts: Brandon Ashley 18
Rebs: Terran Petteway 9
Asts: Terran Petteway 7
Pts: Erick Green 17
Rebs: Joffrey Lauvergne 11
Asts: Ian Clark 8
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Lauren Holtkamp, AJ Desai, Charles Watson

10:00 pm
#17 Chicago Bulls 84, #1 Toronto Raptors 80
Scoring by quarter: 12–27, 19–17, 21–16, 32–20
Pts: Doug McDermott 28
Rebs: Doug McDermott 8
Asts: Garrett, Blue 4 each
Pts: Caboclo, Powell 15 each
Rebs: Lucas Nogueira 16
Asts: Nogueira, Talton 4 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eric Dalen, Bharat Ramnanan, Greg Danridge

10:30 pm
#15 Portland Trail Blazers 85, #2 Boston Celtics 91
Scoring by quarter: 28–23, 15–24, 16–21, 26–23
Pts: James, Vonleh 20 each
Rebs: Noah Vonleh 9
Asts: Tim Frazier 8
Pts: Terry Rozier 19
Rebs: Jordan Mickey 11
Asts: R.J. Hunter 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Jason Goldenberg, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal, Matthew Myers
Consolation round (July 17)[edit]

4:00 pm
#23 Philadelphia 76ers 100, #9 Houston Rockets 96
Scoring by quarter: 22–24, 27–21, 27–23, 24–28
Pts: JaKarr Sampson 24
Rebs: Vince Hunter 11
Asts: Pierre Jackson 7
Pts: Montrezl Harrell 24
Rebs: Alan Williams 21
Asts: Pierriá Henry 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Marat Kogut, Brett Nansel, John Butler

4:30 pm
#21 Sacramento Kings 73, #19 Miami Heat 68 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 9–27, 17–24, 27–4, 15–13, Overtime: 5–0
Pts: DeAndre Liggins 14
Rebs: Eric Moreland 10
Asts: Stone, Stockton 5 each
Pts: Josh Richardson 23
Rebs: Greg Whittington 10
Asts: Greg Whittington 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Dedric Taylor, Jason Goldenberg, Matthew Myers

6:00 pm
#18 Minnesota Timberwolves 73, #16 Cleveland Cavaliers 78
Scoring by quarter: 18–17, 21–12, 10–22, 24–27
Pts: Lorenzo Brown 19
Rebs: Adreian Payne 15
Asts: Tyus Jones 4
Pts: John Shurna 14
Rebs: Shurna, Pointer 6 each
Asts: Cook, Pointer 3 each
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Justin VanDuyne, Mitchell Ervin, Phenizee Ransom

6:30 pm
#13 Utah Jazz 84, #11 Los Angeles Lakers 78
Scoring by quarter: 13–12, 23–21, 27–23, 21–22
Pts: Trey Lyles 20
Rebs: Trey Lyles 9
Asts: Olivier Hanlan 3
Pts: D'Angelo Russell 21
Rebs: Tarik Black 10
Asts: Jordan Clarkson 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: JT Orr, Jacyn Goble, Sir Allen Conner

8:00 pm
#10 Brooklyn Nets 64, #6 NBA D-League Select 85
Scoring by quarter: 14–26, 15–23, 16–18, 19–18
Pts: Josh Gasser 19
Rebs: Akil Mitchell 11
Asts: Josh Gasser 5
Pts: Justin Dentmon 16
Rebs: Daniel Coursey 12
Asts: Justin Dentmon 4
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, CJ Washington, Jaston Carter

8:30 pm
#24 Milwaukee Bucks 76, #5 New York Knicks 83
Scoring by quarter: 18–22, 18–12, 17–28, 23–21
Pts: Rashad Vaughn 20
Rebs: Micheal Eric 9
Asts: Jorge Gutierrez 5
Pts: Thanasis Antetokounmpo 17
Rebs: Ricky Ledo 7
Asts: Jerian Grant 6
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Josue Nieves, William Mensah

10:00 pm
#20 Washington Wizards 97, #3 Denver Nuggets 89
Scoring by quarter: 23–28, 15–22, 25–19, 34–20
Pts: Kelly Oubre Jr. 30
Rebs: Shawn Jones 13
Asts: Traevon Jackson 6
Pts: Oleksiy Pecherov 21
Rebs: Oleksiy Pecherov 8
Asts: Erick Green 10
Cox Pavilion, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tyler Ford, Gediminas Petraitis, AJ Desai

10:30 pm
#15 Portland Trail Blazers 72, #1 Toronto Raptors 64
Scoring by quarter: 25–24, 11–10, 17–22, 19–8
Pts: Andre Dawkins 24
Rebs: Malcolm Thomas 10
Asts: Tim Frazier 7
Pts: Caboclo, Kyser 12 each
Rebs: Kyser, Nogueira, Scrubb 7 each
Asts: Lucas Nogueira 3
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, Brandon Adair, Charles Watson
Quarterfinals (July 18)[edit]

4:00 pm
#7 San Antonio Spurs 95, #2 Boston Celtics 93
Scoring by quarter: 26–20, 18–25, 29–20, 22–28
Pts: Kyle Anderson 21
Rebs: Lalanne, Scott 7 each
Asts: Graham, Lalanne, Scott 2 each
Pts: R.J. Hunter 21
Rebs: James Young 9
Asts: Terry Rozier 4
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Karl Lane, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal, Jacyn Goble

6:00 pm
#22 Dallas Mavericks 83, #14 Atlanta Hawks 91
Scoring by quarter: 26–25, 13–21, 20–22, 26–25
Pts: Justin Anderson 23
Rebs: Dwight Powell 9
Asts: Dwight Powell 5
Pts: Glenn Robinson III 20
Rebs: Mike Muscala 8
Asts: Lamar Patterson 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Lauren Holtkamp, Brett Nansel, JB DeRosa

8:00 pm
#17 Chicago Bulls 84, #8 Phoenix Suns 91
Scoring by quarter: 21–14, 18–21, 18–23, 26–32
Pts: Bobby Portis 25
Rebs: Bobby Portis 15
Asts: Ramon Galloway 6
Pts: T.J. Warren 31
Rebs: Goodwin, James, Warren 6 each
Asts: Mike James 5
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Gediminas Petraitis, Mitchell Ervin, Josue Nieves

10:00 pm
#12 Golden State Warriors 91, #4 New Orleans Pelicans 100
Scoring by quarter: 24–16, 22–29, 18–23, 27–32
Pts: Dominique Sutton 23
Rebs: Kevon Looney 11
Asts: Craft, Stainbrook 4 each
Pts: Seth Curry 24
Rebs: Khem Birch 11
Asts: Larry Drew II 7
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Scott Twardoski, CJ Washington, Brandon Adair
Semifinals (July 19)[edit]

6:00 pm
#14 Atlanta Hawks 68, #7 San Antonio Spurs 75
Scoring by quarter: 23–11, 16–16, 12–28, 17–20
Pts: Lamar Patterson 16
Rebs: Mike Muscala 8
Asts: Tomás Bellas 4
Pts: Kyle Anderson 22
Rebs: Anderson, Simmons 8 each
Asts: Davies, Simmons 2 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Eric Dalen, Nick Buchert, Jason Goldenberg

8:00 pm
#8 Phoenix Suns 93, #4 New Orleans Pelicans 87
Scoring by quarter: 15–26, 30–16, 24–28, 24–17
Pts: Devin Booker 31
Rebs: Booker, Harrellson 9 each
Asts: Mike James 6
Pts: Bryce Dejean-Jones 25
Rebs: Khem Birch 10
Asts: Larry Drew II 8
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Tre Maddox, Karl Lane, Tyler Ford
Final (July 20)[edit]

9:00 pm
#8 Phoenix Suns 90, #7 San Antonio Spurs 93
Scoring by quarter: 23–17, 16–22, 20–26, 31–28
Pts: Mike James 32
Rebs: Alex Len 13
Asts: Mike James 4
Pts: Jonathan Simmons 23
Rebs: Brandon Davies 8
Asts: Anderson, Scott 4 each
Thomas & Mack Center, Paradise, Nevada
Referees: Nick Buchert, Tre Maddox, Lauren Holtkamp

Final standings[edit]

# Team GP W L PCT QP Explanation
1 San Antonio Spurs 7 6 1 .857 16 Won Championship Game
2 Phoenix Suns 7 5 2 .714 17 Lost Championship Game
3 New Orleans Pelicans 6 5 1 .833 16.5 Lost in Semifinals
4 Atlanta Hawks 7 4 3 .571 15.5 Lost in Semifinals
5 Boston Celtics 5 4 1 .800 13 Lost in Quarterfinals
6 Golden State Warriors 6 3 3 .500 13 Lost in Quarterfinals
7 Chicago Bulls 6 3 3 .500 13 Lost in Quarterfinals
8 Dallas Mavericks 6 2 4 .333 12 Lost in Quarterfinals
9 New York Knicks 5 4 1 .800 9.5 Lost in Second Round
10 Toronto Raptors 5 3 2 .600 11.5 Lost in Second Round
11 NBA D-League Select 5 3 2 .600 11 Lost in Second Round
12 Denver Nuggets 5 3 2 .600 10.5 Lost in Second Round
13 Portland Trail Blazers 6 3 3 .500 12 Lost in Second Round
14 Brooklyn Nets 6 3 3 .500 10 Lost in Second Round
15 Washington Wizards 6 3 3 .500 8.5 Lost in Second Round
16 Milwaukee Bucks 6 1 5 .167 10 Lost in Second Round
17 Utah Jazz 5 2 3 .400 10.5 Lost in First Round
18 Houston Rockets 5 2 3 .400 9.5 Lost in First Round
19 Cleveland Cavaliers 5 2 3 .400 7 Lost in First Round
20 Sacramento Kings 5 2 3 .400 7 Lost in First Round
21 Los Angeles Lakers 5 1 4 .200 10 Lost in First Round
22 Minnesota Timberwolves 5 1 4 .200 9 Lost in First Round
23 Philadelphia 76ers 5 1 4 .200 8 Lost in First Round
24 Miami Heat 5 1 4 .200 8 Lost in First Round

Individual statistical leaders[edit]

Reference:[12]

Honors[edit]

The All-Summer League First and Second Teams were selected by a panel of media members in attendance at the Las Vegas NBA Summer League.[13]

All-NBA Summer League First Team

All-NBA Summer League Second Team

Championship Game MVP: Jonathon Simmons, San Antonio Spurs

Summer League Rosters[edit]

* Played in the Orlando Summer League
^ Played in the Utah Summer League
+ Played in the Las Vegas Summer League
Did not play due to Injury/Became Injured during Summer League
Signed with a NBA Team

Atlanta Hawks[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
16 Brandon Ashley+ F Arizona
19 Tomás Bellas+ G Gran Canaria
11 Josh Davis+ F San Diego State
51 Jon Horford+ F Florida
14 Stephen Holt+ G Saint Mary's
20 DeAndre Kane+ G Iowa State
2 Trey McKinney-Jones+ G Miami (FL)
6 Abraham Millsap+ G Tennessee State
41 Mike Moser+ F Oregon
31 Mike Muscala+ F/C Bucknell
13 Lamar Patterson+ G/F Pittsburgh
33 Terran Petteway+ G/F Nebraska
5 Glenn Robinson III+ G/F Michigan
44 Greg Smith+ F Fresno State
22 Walter Tavares+ C Gran Canaria
29 Elston Turner Jr.+ G Texas A&M

Boston Celtics[edit]

Number Player Position College/School
60 Eric Buckner^+ F/C Georgia State
49 C.J. Fair^+ F Syracuse
68 Jonathan Holmes^+ F Texas
63 Michael Holyfield+ C Sam Houston State
28 R.J. Hunter^+ G Georgia State
55 Jordan Mickey^+ F LSU
48 Malcolm Miller^+ F Holy Cross
47 Royce O'Neale^+ F Baylor
26 Phil Pressey^+ G Missouri
12 Terry Rozier^+ G Louisville
36 Marcus Smart^+ G Oklahoma State
27 Marcus Thornton^+ G William & Mary
46 Corey Walden^+ G Eastern Kentucky
13 James Young^+ G Kentucky

Brooklyn Nets[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
18 Darius Adams*+ G Indianapolis
34 Cliff Alexander* F Kansas
37 Khem Birch* F UNLV
31 Ryan Boatright*+ G Connecticut
22 Markel Brown*+ G Oklahoma State
55 Earl Clark*+ F Louisville
29 Deshawn Delaney*+ G New Mexico
26 Josh Gasser*+ G Wisconsin
27 Steven Gray* G Gonzaga
16 Austin Hollins*+ G Minnesota
24 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson*+ F Arizona
21 Cory Jefferson*+ F Baylor
57 Akil Mitchell*+ F Virginia
20 JayVaughn Pinkston*+ F Villanova
53 Juvonte Reddic*+ F VCU
35 Willie Reed+ F/C Saint Louis
17 Jonathan Simmons* F Houston
2 Xavier Thames*+ G San Diego State
12 Juan Pablo Vaulet*+ F Estudiantes
38 Ben Vozzola*+ G Patriots

Charlotte Hornets[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
24 Justin Burrell* F Holy Cross
1 Justin Cobbs* G California
34 Aaron Craft* G Ohio State
30 Troy Daniels* G VCU
19 P. J. Hairston* G North Carolina
9 Aaron Harrison* G Kentucky
4 Frank Kaminsky* F/C Wisconsin
55 Kevin Murphy* G Tennessee Tech
41 Brian Qvale* C Montana
23 Keith Rendleman* F UNC Wilmington
10 LaQuinton Ross* F Ohio State
21 Ralston Turner* G NC State
20 Jonathan Wallace* G Georgetown
16 Alan Williams* F/C UC Santa Barbara

Chicago Bulls[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
2 Vander Blue+ G Marquette
3 Doug McDermott+ F Creighton
5 Bobby Portis+ F Arkansas
6 Cristiano Felicio+ F/C Flamengo
8 Diante Garrett+ G Iowa State
14 Amere May+ G Delaware State
15 Ramon Galloway+ G La Salle
24 Rayvonte Rice+ G Illinois
25 Tyrus McGee+ G Iowa State
30 Darrell Williams+ F Texas A&M
41 Cameron Bairstow+ F New Mexico
52 T.J. Price+ G Western Kentucky

Cleveland Cavaliers[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
26 Jerrelle Benimon+ F Towson
28 Rakeem Christmas+ F/C Syracuse
14 Quinn Cook+ G Duke
40 Eric Griffin+ F Campbell
12 Joe Harris+ G Virginia
35 Tyler Haws+ G BYU
32 Trevor Lacey+ G NC State
16 Sir'Dominic Pointer+ G/F St. John's
10 D. J. Seeley+ G Cal State Fullerton
24 John Shurna+ F Northwestern
15 Keifer Sykes+ G Green Bay
45 D. J. White+ F Indiana
30 Talib Zanna+ F Pittsburgh

Dallas Mavericks[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
13 Pablo Aguilar+ F Valencia Basket
23 Justin Anderson+ G Virginia
27 Jordan Crawford+ G Xavier
20 Darius Miller+ F Kentucky
4 Kevin Pangos+ G Gonzaga
9 Bobby Ray Parks, Jr.+ G National University
8 Dwight Powell+ F/C Stanford
52 Satnam Singh+ C IMG Academy (HS)
33 Alex Stepheson+ C/F USC
30 Jeremy Tyler+ C/F San Diego (HS)
18 Maalik Wayns+ G Villanova
10 Okaro White+ F Florida State

Denver Nuggets[edit]

Number Player Position College/School
5 Antonio Barton+ G Memphis
30 Gilvydas Biruta+ F Rhode Island
45 Ryan Broekhoff+ F Valparaiso
12 Darius Carter+ F Wichita State
20 Ian Clark+ G Belmont
22 Jamaal Franklin+ G San Diego State
11 Erick Green+ G Virginia Tech
14 Gary Harris+ G Michigan State
1 Nikola Jokić+ C Mega Vizura / Leks
77 Joffrey Lauvergne+ F Khimki
0 Emmanuel Mudiay+ G Guangdong Southern Tigers
10 Alen Omić+ C Union Olimpija
24 Roscoe Smith+ F UNLV

Detroit Pistons[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
30 Manuel Atkins* F Georgia State
13 Kelsey Barlow* G UIC
12 Billy Baron* G Canisius
32 Jared Berggren* F/C Wisconsin
8 Spencer Dinwiddie* G Colorado
17 Sundiata Gaines* G Georgia
53 Kendall Gray* C Delaware State
33 Justin Harper* F Richmond
6 Darrun Hilliard* G Villanova
41 Kammeon Holsey* F Georgia Tech
3 Stanley Johnson* F Arizona
42 Adam Kemp* F Marist
34 Quincy Miller* F Baylor
55 Adonis Thomas* F Memphis
45 Julian Washburn* F/G UTEP
31 David Wear* F UCLA

Golden State Warriors[edit]

Number Player Position College/School
4 Aaron Craft+ G Ohio State
25 Johnny Dee+ G San Diego
21 Michael Frazier II+ G Florida
32 LaDontae Henton+ F Providence
45 David Kravish+ F California
1 Ognjen Kuzmic+ C CB Axarquía (Spain)
22 Doron Lamb+ G Kentucky
36 Kevon Looney+ F UCLA
20 James Michael McAdoo+ F North Carolina
44 Stefan Nastic+ C Stanford
3 Aqeel Quinn+ G San Diego State
15 Chasson Randle+ G Stanford
55 Matt Stainbrook+ C Xavier
33 Dominique Sutton+ F North Carolina Central
8 Julian Washburn+ F UTEP

Houston Rockets[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
46 J.J. Avila+ F Colorado State
15 Clint Capela+ F Élan Chalon
29 Aubrey Coleman+ G Houston
14 Will Cummings+ G Temple
7 Sam Dekker+ F Wisconsin
35 Montrezl Harrell+ F Louisville
28 Pierriá Henry+ G Charlotte 49ers
26 Jaron Johnson+ G Louisiana Tech
3 Nick Johnson+ G Arizona
50 D. J. Kennedy+ F St. John's
18 Denzel Livingston+ G Incarnate Word
19 Glen Rice, Jr.+ G Georgia Tech
38 Chris Walker+ F Florida
51 Alan Williams+ F/C UC Santa Barbara
36 Christian Wood+ F UNLV

Indiana Pacers[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
19 Jarell Eddie* G Virginia Tech
44 Solomon Hill* F Arizona
10 Mantas Kalnietis* F Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar
7 DaVonté Lacy* G Washington State
20 Trent Lockett* G Marquette
23 James Nunnally* F UC Santa Barbara
6 Jon Octeus* G Purdue
50 Arinze Onuaku* C Syracuse
24 Romero Osby* F Oklahoma
40 Matt Stainbrook* C Xavier
33 Myles Turner* C Texas
17 Christian Watford* F Indiana
42 Shayne Whittington* F Western Michigan
1 Joseph Young* G Oregon

Los Angeles Clippers[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
22 Branden Dawson* F Michigan State
8 Diante Garrett* G Iowa State
21 Eric Griffin* F Campbell
1 Jordan Hamilton* F Texas
20 Geron Johnson* G Memphis
31 Haakim Johnson* F Pikeville
18 Amath M'Baye* F Oklahoma
19 Liam McMorrow* C Tennessee Tech
12 Yanick Moreira* C SMU
2 D. J. Newbill* G Penn State
42 Tim Parham* F Maryland Eastern Shore
33 Royce White* F Iowa State
30 C. J. Wilcox* G Washington
10 Nate Wolters* G South Dakota State
14 Patric Young* C Florida

Los Angeles Lakers[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
28 Tarik Black+ C Kansas
3 Anthony Brown+ G/F Stanford
15 Jabari Brown+ G Missouri
20 Dwight Buycks+ G Marquette
6 Jordan Clarkson+ G Missouri
10 Will Davis II+ F UC Irvine
9 Tony Mitchell+ F North Texas
14 Xavier Munford+ G Rhode Island
7 Larry Nance, Jr.+ F Wyoming
30 Julius Randle+ F Kentucky
1 D'Angelo Russell+ G Ohio State
12 Robert Upshaw+ C Washington

Memphis Grizzlies[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
3 Jordan Adams* G UCLA
21 Josh Cameron* G Coastal Carolina
14 Raymond Cowels* G Santa Clara
6 Tony Crocker* F/G Oklahoma
0 JaMychal Green* G/F Alabama
4 Andrew Harrison* G Kentucky
20 Michael Holyfield* C Sam Houston State
53 Alex Kirk* C New Mexico
35 Darnell Lazare* F LSU
7 Ky Madden* G Arkansas
23 Philip Scrubb* G Carleton
2 Rush Smith* G Louisville
1 Jarnell Stokes* F/C Tennessee
18 Josh Warren* F Troy
8 Okaro White* F Florida State

Miami Heat[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
50 Bradford Burgess* F VCU
12 Zoran Dragic* G Unicaja Málaga
32 James Ennis*+ F Long Beach State
27 Kenny Gabriel* F Auburn
38 Juwan Howard Jr.*+ G Detroit
8 Tyler Johnson* G Fresno State
25 Tyler Kalinoski*+ G Davidson
26 Rodney McGruder*+ G Kansas State
13 Shabazz Napier*+ G Connecticut
34 Gabriel Olaseni*+ C Iowa
35 Willie Reed* F/C Saint Louis
14 Josh Richardson*+ G Tennessee
51 Joshua Smith*+ C Georgetown
36 Travis Trice*+ G Michigan State
29 Seth Tuttle*+ F Northern Iowa
5 Henry Walker*+ F Kansas State
21 Hassan Whiteside* C Marshall
28 Greg Whittington*+ F Georgetown
20 Justise Winslow*+ F Duke

Milwaukee Bucks[edit]

Number Player Position College/Club
15 Cameron Clark+ F Oklahoma
50 Michael Eric+ C Temple
13 Jorge Gutiérrez+ G California
17 Damien Inglis+ F Chorale Roanne
6 Kevin Jones+ F West Virginia
25 Sean Kilpatrick+ G Cincinnati
18 Viacheslav Kravtsov+ C Kyiv (Ukraine)
28 McKenzie Moore+ G UTEP
77 Johnny O'Bryant III+ F LSU
24 Jerome Randle+ G California
23 Durand Scott+ G Miami (Florida)
20 Rashad Vaughn+ G UNLV

Minnesota Timberwolves[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
40 Ivan Aska+ F Murray State
50 Kyle Barone+ F/C Idaho
7 Lorenzo Brown+ G NC State
0 Othyus Jeffers+ G Robert Morris (Illinois)
1 Tyus Jones+ G Duke
8 Zach LaVine+ G UCLA
52 Jordan Morgan+ F Michigan
33 Adreian Payne+ F/C Michigan State
25 Tyler Stone+ F Missouri
11 Sam Thompson+ F Ohio State
32 Karl-Anthony Towns+ F/C Kentucky
63 Nick Wiggins+ G Wichita State
12 C.J. Williams+ G NC State

New Orleans Pelicans[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
15 Jordan Aboudou+ F BCM Gravelines
22 Khem Birch+ F UNLV
12 Seth Curry+ G Duke
31 Bryce Dejean-Jones+ G UNLV
7 Larry Drew II+ G UCLA
25 Fuquan Edwin+ F Seton Hall
34 Drew Gordon+ F New Mexico
6 He Tianju+ F Liaoning Flying Leopards
24 Jay Hook+ G Tulane
14 Lazeric Jones+ G UCLA
2 Victor Rudd+ F South Florida
4 Will Sheehey+ F Indiana
32 Jarvis Varnado+ F/C Mississippi State
18 Gasper Vidmar+ C Darüşşafaka

New York Knicks[edit]

Number Player Position College/School
43 Thanasis Antetokounmpo+ F Filathlitikos
16 Jimmy Baron+ G Rhode Island
9 T.J. Bray+ G Princeton
17 Cleanthony Early+ F Wichita State
44 Ovidijus Galdikas+ C Asseco Gdynia
2 Langston Galloway+ G Saint Joseph's
13 Jerian Grant+ G Notre Dame
53 Alex Kirk+ C New Mexico
5 Louis Labeyrie+ F/C Paris-Levallois Basket
11 Ricky Ledo+ G Providence
55 Maurice Ndour+ F Ohio
46 Kristaps Porziņģis+ F/C Baloncesto Sevilla
6 Travis Wear+ F UCLA

Oklahoma City Thunder[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
23 Travis Bader* G Oakland
7 Semaj Christon* G Xavier
7 Michael Cobbins* F Oklahoma State
11 Quinn Cook* G Duke
26 Tekele Cotton* G Wichita State
18 Maxie Esho* F UMass
30 Frank Gaines* G IPFW
44 Dakari Johnson* C Kentucky
16 Kevin Jones* F West Virginia
33 Mitch McGary* F Michigan
31 Levi Randolph* G Alabama
15 Richard Solomon* F/C California
40 James Southerland* F Syracuse
25 Marquis Teague* G Kentucky
42 Talib Zanna* F/C Pittsburgh

Orlando Blue[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
45 Ryan Broekhoff* F Valparaiso
30 Daniel Coursey* C Mercer
16 Drew Crawford* G Northwestern
20 Brandon Davies* F BYU
50 Nnanna Egwu* C Illinois
00 Aaron Gordon* F Arizona
1 Tyler Harvey* G Eastern Washington
23 Mario Hezonja* G/F Barcelona
11 Roy Devyn Marble* G Iowa
52 Jordan Morgan* F Michigan
4 Elfrid Payton* G Louisiana–Lafayette
36 Jordan Sibert* G Dayton
17 Peyton Siva* G Louisville
54 Tashawn Thomas* F Oklahoma
55 Jabril Trawick* F Georgetown
35 Maurice Walker* G Minnesota

Orlando White[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
6 Keith Appling* G Michigan State
43 Jordan Bachynski* C Arizona State
25 Keith Benson* C Oakland
22 John Bohannon* F UTEP
24 Taylor Braun* G North Dakota State
14 Jahii Carson* G Arizona State
19 Melvin Ejim* F Iowa State
31 Antoine Mason* G Auburn
53 Youssou Ndoye* C St. Bonaventure
28 Glen Rice, Jr.* F Georgia Tech
33 Chris Singleton* F Florida State
32 Lenzelle Smith, Jr.* G Ohio State
26 Dondray Walker* G Newberry
15 Scottie Wilbekin* G Florida
37 Jarvis Williams* F Murray State

Philadelphia 76ers[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
19 Furkan Aldemir^ F/C Galatasaray Liv Hospital
27 Askia Booker+ G Colorado
18 Deonte Burton^ G Nevada
39 Jerami Grant^ F Syracuse
43 K.T. Harell+ G Auburn
30 Corey Hawkins^ G UC Davis
17 Richaun Holmes^ F Bowling Green
50 Vince Hunter+ F UTEP
51 Charles Jackson+ C Tennessee Tech
55 Pierre Jackson+ G Baylor
45 Jamal Jones+ F Texas A&M
14 Arsalan Kazemi+ F Oregon
40 Chavaughn Lewis^ F/G Marist
17 T. J. McConnell^+ G Arizona
52 Jordan McRae+ G/F Tennessee
8 Jahlil Okafor^+ C Duke
9 JaKarr Sampson+ G/F St. John's
18 J. P. Tokoto^+ G/F North Carolina
11 Scottie Wilbekin+ G/F Florida
54 Steve Zach+ C La Salle

Phoenix Suns[edit]

Number Player Position College
1 Devin Booker+ G Kentucky
10 Alec Brown+ F/C Wisconsin–Green Bay
4 Justin Carter+ G Creighton
20 Archie Goodwin+ G Kentucky
81 Luke Harangody+ F Notre Dame
32 Justin Harper+ F Richmond
55 Josh Harrellson+ C/F Kentucky
16 Mike James+ G Lamar
21 Alex Len+ C Maryland
31 Mickey McConnell+ G Saint Mary's
8 Jerel McNeal+ G Marquette
12 T. J. Warren+ F North Carolina State

Portland Trail Blazers[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
34 Arnett Moultrie+ F Mississippi State
60 Keith Bogans+ G/F Kentucky
6 Kenny Chery+ G Baylor
16 Karl Cochran+ G Wofford
5 Pat Connaughton+ G Notre Dame
23 Allen Crabbe+ G California
29 Andre Dawkins+ G Duke
40 Stephen Dennis+ G Kutztown
10 Tim Frazier+ G Penn State
8 Ra'Shad James+ G Northwood
17 Marko Kešelj+ F Mega Vizura / Leks
11 Meyers Leonard+ C Illinois
44 Luis David Montero+ G Westchester CC
18 Daniel Orton+ C/F Kentucky
26 Malcolm Thomas+ F San Diego State
21 Noah Vonleh+ F Indiana

Sacramento Kings[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
19 James Anderson+ G Oklahoma State
32 Sim Bhullar+ C New Mexico State
00 Willie Cauley-Stein+ C Kentucky
26 Duje Dukan+ F Wisconsin
33 Corey Hawkins+ G UC Davis
55 Ian Hummer+ F Princeton
35 C. J. Leslie+ F NC State
41 DeAndre Liggins+ G Kentucky
40 Shaquielle McKissic+ F Arizona State
25 Eric Moreland+ F/C Oregon State
42 Alex Oriakhi+ F Connecticut
5 Juwan Staten+ G West Virginia
9 David Stockton+ G Gonzaga
77 Julyan Stone+ G UTEP
31 David Wear+ F UCLA

San Antonio Spurs[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
1 Kyle Anderson^+ G/F UCLA
55 Darion Atkins^+ F/C Virginia
45 Dairis Bertāns^+ G Bilbao Basket
25 Wayne Blackshear^+ F Louisville
56 Will Cherry^+ G Montana
0 Brandon Davies+ F BYU
24 Marcus Denmon^+ G Missouri
42 Treveon Graham^+ G/F VCU
28 Livio Jean-Charles^+ F ASVEL Basket
19 Jarell Eddie+ G Virginia Tech
26 Cady Lalanne^+ C UMass
18 Ryan Manuel^+ G/F SMU Mustangs
48 Stefan Nastić^+ C Stanford
35 Youssou Ndoye+ C St. Bonaventure
30 Shannon Scott^+ G Ohio State
16 Jonathan Simmons+ F Houston
41 Roscoe Smith^ F UNLV
36 Nate Wolters+ G South Dakota State
17 Casper Ware^ G Long Beach State

Toronto Raptors[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
30 Dallin Bachynski+ C Utah
13 Jordan Bachynski+ C Arizona State
5 Bruno Caboclo+ F Esporte Clube Pinheiros
1 Drew Crawford+ G Northwestern
22 DeAndre Daniels+ F Connecticut
35 Phil Greene IV+ G St. John's
9 Michale Kyser+ F Louisiana Tech
92 Lucas Nogueira+ C Estudiantes
4 Norman Powell+ G UCLA
14 Ronald Roberts+ F Saint Joseph's
11 Philip Scrubb+ G Carleton
6 Gary Talton+ G UIC
16 Axel Toupane+ G/F Strasbourg IG
20 Mitchell Watt+ F/C Buffalo
55 Delon Wright+ G Utah

Utah Jazz[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
45 Jack Cooley^+ F Notre Dame
8 Bryce Cotton^+ G Providence
74 Jared Cunningham^+ G Oregon State
77 Jerry Evans^ F Nevada
11 Dante Exum^+ G Australian Institute of Sport
21 Olivier Hanlan^+ G Boston College
5 Rodney Hood^+ G/F Duke
17 Grant Jerrett^+ F Arizona
23 Chris Johnson^+ F Dayton
81 JaJuan Johnson^+ F Purdue
41 Trey Lyles^+ F Kentucky
72 Jesse Morgan^+ G UMass Minutemen
80 Brock Motum^+ F Washington State
82 J.J. O'Brien^+ F San Diego State
31 Levi Randolph+ G Alabama
71 Nick Russell^ G SMU Mustangs
73 Wesley Saunders^+ G/F Harvard
63 Nick Wiggins^ G Wichita State

Washington Wizards[edit]

Number Player Position College/School/Club
36 Jarrid Famous+ C South Florida
50 Traevon Jackson+ G Wisconsin
6 Damion James+ F Texas
33 Orlando Johnson+ G UC Santa Barbara
55 Shawn Jones+ F Middle Tennessee
14 Scott Machado+ G Iona
1 Toure' Murry+ G Wichita State
12 Kelly Oubre Jr.+ F/G Kansas
54 Jaleel Roberts+ C UNC Asheville
43 LaQuinton Ross+ F Ohio State
15 Scott Suggs+ G Washington
44 Dez Wells+ G/F Maryland
30 Aaron White + F Iowa
21 Jamil Wilson+ F Marquette

References[edit]

External links[edit]