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LIST: Local Players In The NBA Summer League

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The NBA Summer League will have one more local addition: Former Washington State guard Derrick Low, who will play for the Los Angeles Clippers.

That comes after yesterday's news that former Gonzaga forward Josh Heytvelt will play for the Cleveland Cavaliers summer league team in Las Vegas and former Washington forward Matthew Bryan-Amaning will suit up for the Chicago Bulls.

The newest local additions to summer league rosters make an already long list that much more robust. Here is the full list of local players that are or will be participating with and NBA team during the summer.

 

- Kelly Olynyk (Gonzaga) - Boston Celtics

- Elias Harris (Gonzaga) - Los Angeles Lakers

- Josh Heytvelt (Gonzaga) - Cleveland Cavaliers

- Robert Sacre (Gonzaga) - Los Angeles lakers

- Michael Stockton (Gonzaga Prep) - Utah Jazz

- Micah Downs (Gonzaga) - Indiana Pacers

- Steven Gray (Gonzaga) - Indiana Pacers, but has been cut from team

- Kyle Barone (Idaho) - Denver Nuggets

- Kashif Watson (Idaho) - Brooklyn Nets

- Abdul Gaddy (Washington) - Milwaukee Bucks

- Scott Suggs (Washington) - Charlotte Bobcats

- Matthew Bryan-Amaning (Washington) - Chicago Bulls

- Brock Motum (Washington State) - Philadelphia 76ers

- Aron Baynes (Washington State) -Philadelphia 76ers

- Derrick Low (Washington State) - Los Angeles Clippers

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