Kings release their roster for the 2014 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas

07/02/2014 7:27 PM

07/03/2014 6:22 AM

The Kings announced Wednesday that assistant coach Chris Jent will coach their NBA summer league team in Las Vegas for the second consecutive year.

The roster – consisting of young veterans, drafted rookies and rookie free agents – includes five players who ended the 2013-14 season with the Kings: Quincy Acy, Jared Cunningham, Ray McCallum, Ben McLemore and Derrick Williams.

Rookie Nik Stauskas, the team’s first-round pick and eighth pick overall in this year’s NBA draft, is on the team along with former first-round pick MarShon Brooks and Nick Wiggins, the brother of Andrew Wiggins, who was the first overall pick by Cleveland.

The Kings will hold minicamp in Las Vegas starting Sunday and running through July 10. Their first summer league game is July 11 against San Antonio at Cox Pavilion on the UNLV campus.

– Jason Jones


KINGS’ NBA SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTER

Player Pos. Ht./Wt. Age College/High school Pro experience
Quincy Acy F 6-7/225 23 Baylor 2
Sim Bhullar C 7-5/360 21 New Mexico State R
MarShon Brooks G 6-5/200 25 Providence 3
Rion Brown G 6-6/200 22 Miami R
Jared Cunningham G 6-4/195 23 Oregon State 2
Ra’shad James G 6-1/193 24 Northwood, Fla. R
Dwayne Jones C 6-11/248 31 Saint Joseph’s 5
Brendan Lane F 6-9/235 23 Pepperdine R
Ray McCallum G 6-3/190 23 Detroit Mercy 1
Ben McLemore G 6-5/195 21 Kansas 1
Eric Moreland F/C 6-10/218 22 Oregon State R
Jake Odum G 6-4 /170 23 Indiana State R
Josh Owens F 6-8/240 25 Stanford R
Nik Stauskas G 6-6/205 20 Michigan R
Nick Wiggins G/F 6-6/187 19 Wichita State R
Derrick Williams F 6-8/241 23 Arizona 3

• Head coach: Chris Jent

•  Assistants: Corliss Williamson, Micah Nori

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