The Kings unveiled their NBA Summer League roster Friday, and a local talent fresh off his fourth and final season with Sacramento State has made the cut.
Eric Stuteville, 6-foot-11, is one of three centers listed on the 17-man roster, joining Georgios Papagiannis and Skal Labissierre. Stuteville is the oldest of the three at 22.
The Orangevale native was one of Sac State’s three captains during 2016-17, his senior season in which he started all 31 games.
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Stuteville could become the first player in school history to earn playing time in the summer league, Sac State’s athletics department reports.
The tournament-style summer league in Las Vegas begins July 7 and ends July 17. The Kings will play at least five games.