Sixers Announce 2015 Summer League Information

MINI-CAMP AT PCOM FOR UTAH JAZZ SUMMER LEAGUE RUNS FROM JULY 2-5th

MINI-CAMP AT PCOM FOR SAMSUNG NBA SUMMER LEAGUE IN LAS VEGAS IS FROM JULY 6-9th

PHILADELPHIA, PA. – JUNE 30, 2015 – The Philadelphia 76ers today announced invitees for the team’s mini-camps in preparation for both the Utah Jazz Summer League and the Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.

Jahlil Okafor, who was the third overall pick by Philadelphia in the 2015 NBA Draft, is expected to see action in both leagues.  Fellow draft additions Richaun Holmes, the 37th overall pick, and J.P. Tokoto, the 58th overall pick, are scheduled to compete in the Utah league. 

Returning Sixers Jerami Grant and Furkan Aldemir are anticipated to participate in the Utah league while JaKarr Sampson is slated for the Vegas league.  Jordan McRae, whose rights the Sixers acquired in the 2014 NBA Draft, and Arsalan Kazemi, whose rights Philly acquired in the 2013 NBA Draft, are both scheduled to play in the Vegas league.

Please note that player mini-camp and summer league commitments are subject to change.

Below are the invites for the first mini-camp from July 2-5, in advance of the Utah Jazz Summer League:


The 2015 Utah Jazz Summer League will take place at EnergySolutions Arena (301 S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT) from July 6-9.  Below is the Sixers schedule of games for Utah:


Below are the invites for the second mini-camp from July 6-9, in advance of the Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas:

Please note: Jahlil Okafor and T.J. McConnell are expected to play in the Vegas league but will not be present for this mini-camp as they will be participating in the Utah league

The 2015 Samsung NBA Summer League in Las Vegas will take place at the Thomas & Mack Center and COX Pavilion (4505 South Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas) from July 10-20.  Below is the Sixers schedule of games for Vegas:

Please note: Each team in the Samsung NBA Summer League will play a minimum of five games with the potential of playing as many as eight; the remaining schedule will take place from July 15-20