Kings to Hold Mini-Camp in Las Vegas Prior to 2014 Samsung NBA Summer League

SACRAMENTO, CA ---- The Sacramento Kings will hold a mini-camp July 6-10 in Las Vegas prior to competing in the 2014 Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas from July 11-21 at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion. Sacramento has participated in the last eight NBA Summer Leagues. The team will play at least five games, beginning with its first contest on Friday, July 11, against the San Antonio Spurs. Coached by Chris Jent, the Kings will feature several players from their 2013-14 regular season roster - Quincy Acy, Jared Cunningham, Ben McLemore, Ray McCallum and Derrick Williams – as well as 2014 draft selection Nik Stauskas (8th overall).

For the second consecutive year, the event will feature a tournament-style schedule, culminating in the crowning of the Samsung NBA Summer League 2014 Champion on July 21. The 24 teams will each play three games during July 11-15 before being seeded in the tournament. Each team will play no fewer than five games during the Samsung NBA Summer League.

Kings.com will provide comprehensive coverage of the Samsung NBA Summer League. NBA TV will televise all 67 games, including a total of 38 games live during the event, including the Championship Game on July 21. In addition, fans will again be able to watch, via a subscription-based package, every Samsung NBA Summer League game live at http://nba.com/summerleague and on the NBA Summer League app.

Tickets for the 2014 Samsung NBA Summer League are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting NBATickets.com, or by calling 702-739-FANS.



2014 KINGS SUMMER LEAGUE SCHEDULE

Game Day Date Opponent Time Arena
1 Friday July 11 vs. San Antonio 7:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion
2 Sunday July 13 vs. Charlotte 3:00 p.m. Cox Pavilion
3 Monday July 14 vs. D-League Select 1:30 p.m. Thomas & Mack Center
4 & 5 To be determined after seeding


2014 NBA SUMMER LEAGUE SACRAMENTO KINGS MINI-CAMP ROSTER (16 players)

No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College, Last team/Home Country Yrs.
5 Quincy Acy F 6-7 225 10/6/90 Baylor, Sacramento Kings/USA 2
55 Sim Bhullar C 7-5 360 12/2/92 New Mexico State/Canada R
0 MarShon Brooks G 6-5 200 1/26/89 Providence, Los Angeles Lakers/USA 3
9 Jared Cunningham G 6-4 195 5/22/91 Oregon State, Sacramento Kings/USA 2
20 Ra'shad James G 6-1 193 1/26/90 Northwood (FL), Reno Bighorns (NBA D-League)/USA R
52 Dwayne Jones C 6-11 248 6/9/83 Saint Joseph's, Al Jaysh Army SC Doha (Qatar)/USA 5
35 Brendan Lane F 6-9 235 11/19/90 Pepperdine/USA R
3 Ray McCallum G 6-3 190 6/12/91 Detroit Mercy, Sacramento Kings/USA 1
16 Ben McLemore G 6-5 195 2/11/93 Kansas, Sacramento Kings/USA 1
40 Eric Moreland F/C 6-10 218 12/24/91 Oregon State/USA R
18 Jake Odum G 6-4 170 2/11/91 Indiana State/USA R
42 Josh Owens F 6-8 240 12/7/88 Stanford, Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel)/USA R
10 Nik Stauskas G 6-6 205 10/7/93 Michigan/Canada R
7 Alex Stepheson F 6-10 250 8/7/87 USC, Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia)/USA R
32 Nick Wiggins G 6-6 187 2/4/91 Wichita State/Canada R
13 Derrick Williams F 6-8 241 5/25/91 Arizona, Sacramento Kings/USA 3
4 Alex Oriakhi F 6-9 255 6/21/90 Missouri, Sioux Falls Skyforce (NBA D-League)/USA R


SUMMER LEAGUE HEAD COACH - Chris Jent (College - Ohio State)
ASSISTANT COACH - Corliss Williamson (Arkansas), Micah Nori (College - Indiana)
ASST. COACH/DIR. OF PLAYER DEVELOPMENT - Dee Brown (College – Jacksonville)
ASST. COACH/ASST. DIR. OF PLAYER DEV. - Ryan Bowen (College – Iowa)
HEAD COACH - Michael Malone (College – Loyola (MD))
DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE - Pete Youngman (College - Ithaca)
HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER - Manny Romero (College – Loyola Marymount)
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE - Chip Schaefer (College – Utah)

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