LAKERS ANNOUNCE 2009 NBA SUMMER LEAGUE SCHEDULE AND ROSTER

Former College National Player of the Year at Gonzaga and current Los Angeles Lakers forward Adam Morrison will headline the team’s summer league roster, it was announced today.

Acquired by the Lakers from the Charlotte Bobcats along with Shannon Brown in exchange for Vladimir Radmanovic on February 7, 2009, Morrison missed the entire 2007-08 season after suffering a torn ACL during the preseason and appeared in 52 games in 2008-09, averaging 4.0 points, 1.5 rebounds and 0.8 assists in 13.7 minutes. In 2006-07, he averaged 11.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 78 games and was named to the NBA’s All-Rookie Second Team.

The Lakers will open their 5-game NBA Summer League schedule Friday, July 10 at 5:00 pm against the Toronto Raptors at Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas, NV.

Watch the Summer League games online. Get details here.

2009 NBA Summer League Schedule:

Day Date Time Opponent Location
Friday July 10 5:00pm Lakers vs. Raptors Cox Pavillion
Saturday July 11 3:00pm Lakers vs. Cavs Cox Pavillion
Monday July 13 5:30pm Lakers vs. Clippers Thomas & Mack Center
Tuesday July 14 5:30pm Lakers vs. Thunder Thomas & Mack Center
Thursday July 16 3:00pm Lakers vs. Rockets Cox Pavillion

2009 NBA Summer League Roster:

#
Name
Pos
HT
WT DOB School
Pro
15
Alan Anderson
G/F
6-6
223 10/16/82 Michigan St.
2
50
Aron Baynes
C
6-11
270 12/9/86 Washington St.
R
11
Dominique Coleman
G
6-3
190 7/15/84 Colorado
R
41
Chinemelu Elonu
F
6-10
240 3/11/87 Texas A&M
R
23
Tony Gaffney
F
6-8
220 11/14/84 Massachusetts
R
14
Terrel Harris
G
6-5
190 8/10/87 Oklahoma St.
R
1
Justin Hawkins
F
6-7
220 5/18/85 New Mexico St.
R
30
Ben McCauley
F
6-8
235 9/6/86 North Carolina St.
R
35
David Monds
F
6-8
240 10/10/83 Oklahoma St.
R
6
Adam Morrison
F
6-8
205 7/19/84 Gonzaga
3
10
Taylor Rochestie
G
6-1
185 7/1/85 Washington St.
R
55
Luke Schenscher
C
7-1
260 12/31/82 Georgia Tech
2
20
Mustafa Shakur
G
6-3
190 9/6/86 Arizona
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Head Coach: Chucky Brown (North Carolina St.)
Assistant Coaches: Bill Bertka (Kent St.), Rasheed Hazzard (George Washington)
Trainer: Marco Nunez (Cal Poly Pomona)