Kings Hold Mini-Camp Prior to 2015 NBA Summer League
SACRAMENTO, CA -- The Sacramento Kings will hold a mini-camp July 7-9 in Sacramento before leaving for Las Vegas to compete in the 2015 Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas from July 10-20 at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The 2014 Samsung NBA Summer League champions, Sacramento will play at least five games, beginning with its first contest on Friday, July 10, against the Toronto Raptors at 3:30 p.m. PT at the Thomas & Mack Center. Last year, the Kings defeated the Houston Rockets in the Championship Game, finishing with a 6-1 record.
This summer’s event will again feature the tournament-style format first debuted in 2013 that will crown the Samsung NBA Summer League Champion on Monday, July 20. The 24 teams – 23 NBA teams and one NBA Development League Select team – will compete in three preliminary round games from July 10-14 before being seeded in a tournament running through the Championship Game on July 20. Each team is guaranteed to play at least five games.
The team will provide comprehensive coverage of Summer League at Kings.com. For all-access Kings Summer League content, stay current with Kings.com, Twitter.com/SacramentoKings, Facebook.com/SacramentoKings, Instagram.com/SacramentoKings and the team’s Snapchat account: SacramentoProud. NBA TV will televise all 67 games, culminating with the Samsung NBA Summer League Championship Game at 6 p.m. PT on Monday, July 20 at the Thomas & Mack Center. Also, fans again will be able to watch games live on NBA.com and via the NBA Game Time App.
Tickets for Samsung NBA Summer League are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting NBATickets.com or by calling 702-739-FANS. Dedicated customer service for NBATickets.com is available at (866) 357-1136 and by email.
|1||Friday||July 10||vs. Toronto||3:30 p.m.||Thomas & Mack Center|
|2||Sunday||July 12||vs. Denver||5 p.m.||Cox Pavilion|
|3||Monday||July 13||vs. Golden State||3:30 p.m.||Thomas & Mack Center|
|4 & 5||TBD after seeding|
|No.||Player||Pos.||Ht.||Wt.||Birthdate||Prior to NBA/Home Country||Yrs.|
|5||James Anderson||G||6-6||213||03/25/89||Oklahoma State/USA||4|
|32||Sim Bhullar||C||7-5||360||12/02/92||New Mexico State/Canada||1|
|33||Corey Hawkins||G||6-2||192||08/10/91||UC Davis/USA||R|
|35||C.J. Leslie||F||6-9||205||06/25/91||North Carolina State/USA||R|
|40||Shaquielle McKissic||F||6-5||200||08/17/90||Arizona State/USA||R|
|25||Eric Moreland||F-C||6-10||218||12/24/91||Oregon State/USA||1|
|20||Kyle Randall||G||6-1||175||09/10/91||Central Michigan/USA||R|
|10||Juwan Staten||G||5-11||186||05/21/92||West Virginia/USA||R|
Summer League Head Coaches: Chad Iske (College - Kansas), John Welch (College - Nevada-Las Vegas)
Assistant Coaches: Vance Walberg (College - Cal State Bakersfield), Corliss Williamson (College - Arkansas)
Head Coach: George Karl (College - North Carolina)
Director of Sports Medicine: Pete Youngman (College - Ithaca)
Head Athletic Trainer: Manny Romero (College - Loyola Marymount)
Director of Athletic Performance: Chip Schaefer (College - Utah)