Bucks Announce 2010 Summer League Roster

Milwaukee Bucks General Manager John Hammond announced today the team's roster for the 2010 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bucks 2010 draft picks Larry Sanders (15th overall), Darington Hobson (37th overall) and Tiny Gallon (47th overall) will headline the team along with forward Darnell Jackson and former Wauwatosa East H.S. standout Jerry Smith.

Milwaukee will play five games between July 11 and July 18 and all games will be played at the Thomas & Mack Center or Cox Pavilion on UNLV's campus. Bucks.com will provide box scores and updates on the team's summer league progress, including the popular Bucks.comTV: Paschketball features and game recaps by television Voice of the Bucks Jim Paschke.

This year, NBA TV will air the full 58-game NBA Summer League schedule, including 39 games live, along with offering live daily studio programming with NBA GameTime. Fans will also have the opportunity to watch every game live on NBA.com through NBA SUMMER LEAGUE BROADBAND, a subscription service offering fans a full slate of live NBA Summer League game webcasts via NBA.com/summerleaguebroadband. The complete package will be $14.95 for access to all 58 games on a live basis, as well as on a video-on-demand basis for up to one week following the conclusion of the league's final game. The Bucks will have three of their five games broadcast live on NBA TV, beginning with their Monday, July 12 game vs. Dallas.

BUCKS SUMMER LEAGUE SCHEDULE  (all times listed are Milwaukee times):

Mon., July 12 Dallas 7:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion (NBATV)
Tue., July 13 Memphis 7:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion (NBATV)
Thu., July 15 Atlanta 7:30 p.m. Thomas & Mack Center (NBA.com BROADBAND)
Fri., July 16 Miami 9:30 p.m. Thomas & Mack Center (NBA.com BROADBAND)
Sun., July 18 Cleveland 3:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion (NBATV)

BUCKS SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTER:

NO. PLAYER POS HT WT SCHOOL LAST PLAYED BIRTHDATE NBA EXP
13 Antoine Agudio G 6-3 185  Hofstra Albuquerque (D-League) 01/20/85 R
41 John Bryant C 6-11 300 Santa Clara Erie (D-League 06/13/87 R
5 Paul Delaney G 6-2 200 Alabama-Birmingham Ironi Nahariya (Israel) 08/30/86 R
29 Micah Downs F 6-7 180 Gonzaga Passe-Partout Leuven (Bel.) 09/08/86 R
23 Tiny Gallon F 6-9 290 Oklahoma Oklahoma 01/18/91 R
9 Darington Hobson G 6-7 210 New Mexico New Mexico 09/29/87 R
00 Darnell Jackson F 6-8 250 Kansas Milwaukee-NBA 11/07/85 2
21 DeMarcus Nelson G 6-4 200 Duke Scandone Avellino (Italy) 11/02/85 1
8 Larry Sanders F 6-11 235 Virginia Commonwealth Univ. VCU 11/21/88 R
2 Jerry Smith G 6-2 190 Louisville Louisville 09/26/87 R
14 Deron Washington F 6-7 215 Virginia Tech Tulsa (D-League) 12/12/85 R
51 Sean Williams F/C 6-10 235 Boston College Gaynabo Mets (P. Rico) 09/13/86 3