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NBA Summer League 2017: All the mid-major players to make the cut

Let’s hope they can all turn these invites into roster spots.

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With the NBA Draft now in the rearview mirror, it’s time to turn our attention to 2017 NBA Summer League, as dozens of players battle it out in Orlando, Utah, and Las Vegas to try and earn their way onto NBA rosters.

It all starts on July 1 in Orlando and continues through the 17th. Over the next few days, all 30 NBA teams will release their rosters, and most will include at least a couple mid-major alumni.

We’ll track them all for you right there.

NOTE: Vince Hunter is listed on two rosters. We’re trying to figure that out, but for now, blame Miner Rush.

Boston Celtics:

Perrin Buford — Middle Tennessee
Scoochie Smith — Dayton

Brooklyn Nets:

Milton Doyle — Loyola-Chicago
Tahjere McCall — Tennessee State
Jeremy Senglin — Weber State
Jacob Wiley — Eastern Washington

Charlotte Hornets:

Tyrell Corbin — CSU Bakersfield
Treveon Graham — VCU
Przemek Karnowski — Gonzaga

Dallas Mavericks:

Christian Wood — UNLV
Jameel Warney — Stony Brook

Denver Nuggets:

Thomas Bropleh — Boise State
Dallas Moore — North Florida
David Walker — Northeastern

Detroit Pistons:

Will Davis II — UC Irvine
Trey Freeman — Old Dominion

Golden State Warriors:

Noah Allen — Hawaii
Alex Hamilton — Louisiana Tech
Justin Harper — Richmond
Patrick McCaw — UNLV
Xavier Munford — Rhode Island
Joe Rahon — Saint Mary’s
JaCorey Williams — Middle Tennessee

Indiana Pacers:

Chris Johnson — Dayton

Los Angeles Lakers:

Alec Brown — Green Bay
David Nwaba — Cal Poly

Memphis Grizzlies:

Ray Cowels — Santa Clara
Vince Hunter — UTEP
Jeremy Morgan — Northern Iowa
Wes Washpun — Northern Iowa

Miami Heat:

Eric Mika — BYU
Lamond Murray Jr. — Pepperdine
Jake Odum — Indiana State
Justin Robinson — Monmouth

Milwaukee Bucks:

Tim Kempton — Lehigh
JeQuan Lewis — VCU
Jalen Moore — Utah State
Reggie Upshaw — Middle Tennessee
Rashad Vaughn — UNLV

Minnesota Timberwolves:

Charles Cooke — Dayton
Jack Gibbs — Davidson
Raphiael Putney — Massachusetts

New Orleans Pelicans:

Mashawn Chamberlain — Chicago State
Jordan Mathews — Gonzaga

New York Knicks:

Maurice Ndour — Ohio

Oklahoma City Thunder:

Shaquille Hines — UTRGV
Vince Hunter — UTEP
Domantas Sabonis — Gonzaga
Rashawn Thomas — Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Marcus Thornton — William & Mary

Orlando Magic:

Tyler Harvey — Eastern Washington
Patricio Garino — George Washington
Stefan Jankovic — Hawaii
Hassan Martin — Rhode Island
Shevon Thompson — George Mason
Stephen Zimmerman — UNLV

Philadelphia 76ers:

Charles Jackson — Tennessee Tech

Portland Trail Blazers:

Keith Benson — Oakland
Antonius Cleveland — Southeast Missouri
Zach Collins — Gonzaga
R.J. Hunter — Georgia State
Patrick Miller — Tennessee State

Sacramento Kings:

Eric Stuteville — Sacramento State

San Antonio Spurs:

Jeff Ledbetter — Idaho
Shayne Whittington — Western Michigan

Toronto Raptors:

Alfonzo McKinnie — Green Bay
Malcolm Miller — Holy Cross
Goodluck Okonoboh — UNLV
Pascal Siakam — New Mexico State
Paul Watson — Fresno State

Utah Jazz:

Joel Bolomboy — Weber State
Spencer Butterfield — Utah State
Eric Griffin — Campbell
Nate Sobey — Wyoming
Nigel Williams-Goss — Gonzaga