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Friday / August 18.
  • Isaiah Whitehead, Jarrett Allen headline Nets’ summer league roster

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    The Brooklyn Nets have announced their roster for the 2017 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, which tips off July 7.

    The Nets are returning to Las Vegas for a third consecutive year and will make their fourth overall appearance at the event. Brooklyn’s team features current Nets Spencer Dinwiddie, Archie Goodwin, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Caris LeVert and Isaiah Whitehead, and the Nets will be led by Head Coach Kenny Atkinson for the second straight season.

    Former Texas big man Jarrett Allen, the No. 22 pick in the Draft, is also on the roster.

    Brooklyn’s full Summer League roster and schedule can be found below.

    #

    NAME

    POS

    HT

    WT

    DOB

    COLLEGE/COUNTRY

    LAST TEAM

    YRS

    31

    Jarrett Allen*

    C

    6-11

    234

    04/21/98

    Texas/USA

    Texas/NCAA

    R

    53

    Nathan Boothe

    C

    6-9

    240

    02/03/94

    Toledo/USA

    Toledo/NCAA

    R

    8

    Spencer Dinwiddie

    G

    6-6

    200

    04/06/93

    Colorado/USA

    Brooklyn Nets

    3

    34

    Milton Doyle

    G

    6-4

    180

    10/31/93

    Loyola Chicago/USA

    Loyola Chicago/NCAA

    R

    10

    Archie Goodwin

    G

    6-5

    205

    08/17/94

    Kentucky/USA

    Brooklyn Nets

    4

    24

    Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

    F

    6-7

    214

    01/03/95

    Arizona/USA

    Brooklyn Nets

    2

    0

    Prince Ibeh

    C

    6-10

    260

    06/03/94

    Texas/USA

    Long Island Nets/NBA G League

    R

    22

    Caris LeVert

    G/F

    6-7

    203

    08/25/94

    Michigan/USA

    Brooklyn Nets

    1

    9

    Tahjere McCall

    G

    6-5

    190

    08/17/94

    Tennessee State/USA

    Tennessee State/NCAA

    R

    4

    J.J. Moore

    F

    6-6

    224

    05/25/91

    Rutgers/USA

    Maccabi Rishon Lezion/Israel

    R

    21

    Kamari Murphy

    F

    6-9

    218

    12/14/93

    Miami/USA

    Miami/NCAA

    R

    17

    Vincent Poirier

    C

    7-0

    255

    10/17/93

    France

    Paris-Levallois Basket/France

    R

    26

    Rodney Pryor

    G

    6-4

    200

    10/14/92

    Georgetown/USA

    Georgetown/NCAA

    R

    30

    Jeremy Senglin

    G

    6-2

    190

    03/24/95

    Weber State/USA

    Weber State/NCAA

    R

    15

    Isaiah Whitehead

    G

    6-4

    213

    03/08/95

    Seton Hall/USA

    Brooklyn Nets

    1

    42

    Jacob Wiley

    F

    6-8

    213

    09/04/94

    Eastern Washington/USA

    Eastern Washington/NCAA

    R

    *Will not participate due to injury

    2017 Nets Summer League Schedule – Las Vegas, Nev. (all times PDT)

    Friday, 7/7                                                                         vs. Atlanta – 5 p.m. at Cox Pavilion

    Saturday, 7/8                                                                    No game scheduled

    Sunday, 7/9                                                                       vs. Milwaukee – 3 p.m. at Cox Pavilion

    Monday, 7/10                                                                   vs. New Orleans – 3 p.m. at Cox Pavilion

    Tuesday, 7/11                                                                  No game scheduled

    Wednesday, 7/12 – Monday, 7/17                         Championship Tournament

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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 whose articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Sports Illustrated, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. 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.