2012 Summer League Overview

Detroit To Face Utah, Orlando, Oklahoma City, Boston and Philadelphia

Detroit Pistons 2012 draftees Andre Drummond (#9 overall), Khris Middleton (#39 overall) and Kim English (#44 overall) along with current Pistons players Brandon Knight, Austin Daye and Vernon Macklin are all expected to participate.

The league is closed to the public and open to media and professional team/league personnel. For credential information, please contact the Detroit Pistons Public Relations Department at (248) 377-0135.

All games will be aired live on NBATV.

2012 Summer League Schedule

Date Game Time
July 9 Detroit vs. Utah 3:00 p.m. ET
July 10 Detroit vs. Orlando 3:00 p.m. ET
July 11 Detroit vs. Oklahoma City 1:00 p.m. ET
July 12 Detroit vs. Boston 11:00 a.m. ET
July 13 Detroit vs. Philadelphia 12:00 p.m. ET

2012 NBA Summer League Roster

Player POS HT WT DOB College NBA Exp.
Austin Daye PF 6-11 190 6/5/88 Gonzaga 3
Andre Drummond C 6-11 279 8/10/93 Connecticut R
Kim English G 6-6 200 9/24/88 Missouri R
Yancy Gates F/C 6-9 289 10/15/89 Cincinnati R
Malcolm Delaney G 6-3 185 3/11/89 Virginia Tech R
Brandon Knight G 6-3 189 12/2/91 Kentucky 1
Vernon Macklin F/C 6-10 227 9/26/86 Florida 1
Khris Middleton G/F 6-7 217 8/12/91 Texas A&M R
Patrick Richard G 6-4 208 1/25/90 McNeese State R
Kyle Singler F 6-8 228 5/4/88 Duke R
Casper Ware G 5-10 177 1/17/90 Long Beach State R

Head Coach: Lawrence Frank - Indiana
Assistant Coaches:

  • Brian Hill – Kennedy College
  • John Loyer – Akron (Summer League Head Coach)
  • Roy Rogers - Alabama
  • Dee Brown - Jacksonville
  • Charles Klask – Michigan State
  • Bill Pope - Kansas

Athletic Trainer: Mike Abdenour – Wayne State
Strength and Conditioning: Arnie Kander - Wayne State

AIRTRAN AIRWAYS ORLANDO PRO SUMMER LEAGUE RULES

  • 10-minute quarters
  • 3-minute overtime period(s)
  • 5 full timeouts per team per game
  • 2 one-minute mandatory TV timeouts per quarter on the first dead ball at 5:59 and then again at 2:59 on clock
  • Maximum of 3 full timeouts to be used in the 4th quarter per team
  • 1:20 second timeout per team per half
  • 1 full timeout and one :20 second timeout per overtime period per team
  • Teams will be in the penalty on the 5th team foul of each quarter
  • Teams will be in the penalty in overtime on the 3rd team foul
  • No foul out rule – for each personal foul in excess of 6, the opposing team receives 2 free throws. For each personal foul in excess of 10, the opposing team receives 2 free throws and the ball.
  • 10-minute halftime periods during games
  • 10-minute intermission between games