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Monday / October 23.
  • Knicks Announce Summer League Roster

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    The Knicks announced the schedule and roster for the 2017 Mountain Dew Orlando Pro Summer League in Orlando, FL from July 1-6.

    New York will make its second consecutive summer appearance in Orlando, with the team playing five games on the practice court at the Amway Center beginning on July 1 and ending with Championship Day on July 6. All games will be televised live on MSG Network.

    All three draft picks — Frank Ntilikina, Damyean Dotson and Ognjen Jaramaz  — are on the roster. Notable absences include Ron Baker (restricted free agent) and international players Willy Hernangomez, who on Monday was named to the NBA All-Rookie Team, and Mindaugas Kuzminskas. Both of them are playing with their national teams.

    Games at Amway Center Practice Court

    Saturday, Jul. 1……………………………………. at Dallas……………………….. 3:00 p.m.

    Sunday, Jul. 2……………………………………… at Detroit………………………. 1:00 p.m.

    Monday, Jul. 3……………………………………… at Oklahoma City……………. 1:00 p.m.

    Wednesday, Jul. 5………………………………… vs. Orlando……………………. 5:00 p.m.

    Thursday, Jul. 6…………………………………… Championship Day………………….. TBD

                      

    2017 New York Knicks Summer League Roster

    (as of June 26, 2017)

    No  Player                      Pos    Ht     Wt    Born                College/Country              2016-17 Team               Yrs

    26  Jamel Artis                   F      6-7   213   Jan. 13, 1993   Pittsburgh/USA                   Pittsburgh/NCAA                  R

    30  Canyon Barry               G     6-6   215   Jan. 7, 1994     Florida/USA                        Florida/NCAA                       R

    21  Damyean Dotson         G     6-6   205   May 6, 1994     Houston/USA                     Houston/NCAA                     R

    20  Nigel Hayes                  F      6-8   254   Dec. 6, 1994    Wisconsin/USA                   Wisconsin/USA                     R

    23  Ognjen Jaramaz           G     6-4   181   Sep. 1, 1995    Serbia                                Mega Leks/Serbia                R

    16  Dominique Jones          G     6-4   215   Oct. 15, 1988   South Florida/USA              Adad/Iran                            3

    3    Luke Kornet                 F      7-1   250   Jul. 15, 1995    Vanderbilt/USA                   Vanderbilt/NCAA                  R

    35  Louis Labeyrie              F     6-10   200   Feb. 11, 1992   France                                Paris Levallois/France           R

    2    Maurice Ndour              F      6-9   200   Jun. 18, 1992   Ohio/Senegal                     New York/NBA                     1

    17  Frank Ntilikina             G     6-5   190   Jul. 28, 1998    France                                Strasbourg/France               R

    40  Marshall Plumlee          C      7-0   250   Jul. 14, 1992    Duke/USA                           New York/NBA                     1

    4    Chasson Randle           G     6-2   185   Feb. 5, 1993     Stanford/USA                     New York/NBA                     1

    1    Xavier Rathan-Mayes   G     6-4   208   Apr. 29, 1994   Florida State/USA               Florida State/NCAA              R

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    Adam Zagoria is a New York Times contributor and Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. He is the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker whose articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Sports Illustrated, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.