The Clippers will participate in summer league in Orlando, Fla., at Amway Center from July 4-10.
The games will be televised on NBA TV, and fans can also watch games live on NBA.com and on the NBA Game Time app.
This is the first time the Clippers will be participating in summer league in Orlando. The games are not open to the public.
The teams will play five games over seven days, with a championship day July 10. The standings will be based on a point system, with four points awarded to the winning team and one point given for winning a quarter.
Below is the roster and schedule.
No. Player, Pos., Ht., Wt.
22 Branden Dawson, F, 6-6, 225
8 Diante Garrett, G, 6-5, 189
21 Eric Griffin, F, 6-8, 193
1 Jordan Hamilton, F, 6-7, 220
20 Geron Johnson, G, 6-3, 202
31 Haakim Johnson, F, 6-7, 200
18 Amath M’Baye, F, 6-8, 215
19 Liam McMorrow, C, 7-2, 275
12 Yanick Moreira, C, 6-11, 220
2 D.J. Newbill, G, 6-4, 210
42 Tim Parham, F, 6-9, 239
33 Royce White, F, 6-8, 268
30 C.J. Wilcox, G, 6-5, 195
10 Nate Wolters, G, 6-4, 193
14 Patric Young, C, 6-9, 239
Coach: Brendan O’Connor
Assistant coaches: Armond Hill, J.P. Clark, Sam Cassell, Brian Adams
CLIPPERS’ ORLANDO PRO SUMMER LEAGUE SCHEDULE
(All times Eastern)
All games will be played at the Amway Center on the Magic Practice Court.
Saturday, July 4, 1 p.m., vs. Orlando Blue
Sunday, July 5, 1 p.m., at Detroit Pistons
Tuesday, July 7, 5 p.m., vs. Oklahoma City Thunder
Wednesday, July 8, 5 p.m., at Miami Heat
Friday, July 10 (Championship Day)
8 a.m., sixth place at fifth place
10 a.m., fourth place at third place
Noon, second place at first place
2 p.m., eighth place at seventh place
4 p.m., 10th place at ninth place