View Cavs Summer League Roster

Joe Sykes
Jul 16, 2018 8:00 PM ET

CLEVELAND, OH – The Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday, July 3 announced the team’s roster for the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League 2018 held July 6-17 in Las Vegas, NV. The roster features current Cavaliers Cedi Osman, Ante Zizic, Okaro White and Collin Sexton, who was selected by Cleveland with the eighth overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. The roster also includes John Holland, who spent this past season as a two-way player with the Cavaliers, and Scoochie Smith, who appeared in eight games last season with the Cavaliers’ exclusively owned and operated NBA G League team, the Canton Charge. Cavaliers assistant coach James Posey will serve as the Summer League head coach.

Cleveland will play three preliminary round games between July 6-10 before being seeded in the summer league tournament, which tips off on July 11 and concludes with the championship game on July 17. This year’s Summer League will feature all 30 NBA teams for the first time, with each team being guaranteed to play a minimum of five games. For the first time, every Summer League game will air live on television, with ESPN networks and NBA TV combining to televise all 82 games. For the second consecutive year, ESPN will present every game from Las Vegas via the ESPN App, along with a record 46 games on its linear television channels (ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU). NBA TV, co-managed by the NBA and Turner Sports, will air 36 games, including Cleveland’s opening contest on July 6 versus Washington at 6:00 p.m. PST.

All games will be played at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The Cavaliers have competed in the league each summer since its inception in 2004.

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The Cavaliers’ MGM Resorts NBA Summer League 2018 game schedule and roster are listed below:


COX Pavilion

Cavs 72, Wizards 59

Thomas & Mack

Bulls 86, Cavs 81

COX Pavilion

Cavs 93, Pacers 88

Thomas & Mack

Cavs 96, Kings 84

Thomas & Mack

Cavs 92, Rockets 87

Thomas & Mack

Cavs 109, Lakers 112
4 Jamel Artis F 6-7 213 1/12/93 Orlando Magic (NBA) 1
77 Brayon Blake F 6-7 220 12/8/95 Idaho (College) R
19 Vladimir Brodziansky F 6-11 230 5/8/94 Texas Christian (College) R
10 John Holland G 6-5 205 11/6/88 Cleveland Cavaliers(NBA) 1
24 Marcus Lee C 6-11 225 9/14/94 California (College) R
31 Dakota Mathias G 6-4 200 7/11/95 Purdue (College) R
16 Cedi Osman F 6-8 215 4/8/95 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 1
20 Billy Preston F 6-10 240 10/26/97 Kansas (College) R
2 Collin Sexton G 6-2 190 1/4/99 Alabama (College) R
12 Scoochie Smith G 6-2 185 11/11/94 Canton Charge (NBA G-League) R
14 Jordan Stevens G 6-0 190 5/12/94 Midwestern State (College) R
9 Okaro White F 6-8 204 8/13/92 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 2
41 Ante Zizic C 6-11 254 1/4/97 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 1


James Posey (Xavier)


Dan Geriot (Richmond)

Mike Gerrity (USC)

Nate Reinking (Kent State)

Sam Jones (Northwood)

Melvin Ely (Fresno State)

Dan Vincent (Michigan State)

Steve Frankoski (Columbia)

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