We interrupt your DeAndre Jordan exodus to bring you the Los Angeles Clippers NBA Summer League roster and schedule:
The Clippers will play only in the Orlando Summer League, starting Saturday, July 4, against one of the Orlando Magic teams:
A quick rundown of the roster:
– Dawson is a 2015 2nd round pick out of Michigan State. The Clippers acquired his draft rights from New Orleans.
– Garrett is a PG who last played in the NBA in 2013-2014 (71 games with the Utah Jazz).
– Hamilton is under contract with the Clippers after appearing in 14 games for them this past season.
– Geron Johnson played with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers in the NBA D-League this past season.
– Haakim Johnson is billed as a great athlete; he played for the Rochester RazorSharks in the Premier Basketball League this past season.
– M’Baye played for the Clippers in Las Vegas last summer.
– McMorrow is huge, but only started playing basketball seven years ago; he’ll turn 28 later this month.
– Moreira played for Larry Brown at Southern Methodist last year, and was last seen in the controversial goaltend that led to UCLA beating SMU in the NCAA tournament in March.
– Newbill went undrafted after averaging 20.7 points per game at Penn State this past season.
– Parham, the oldest member of the team at age 32, played in the NBL Canada with McMorrow.
– White was the 16th pick of the 2012 NBA Draft, last seen playing for the Sacramento Kings in March 2014; he’s arguably the most intriguing player on this summer’s roster due to his size and versatility that he showed at Iowa State.
– Wilcox was the Clippers’ 1st round pick in 2014, and is coming off a season in which he saw 101 minutes.
– Wolters was a 2013 2nd round pick by the Milwaukee Bucks, and he has 31 games of starting experience in the NBA.
– Young reportedly will play for Greece.
Patric Young no longer will be on the Suns and Clippers summer teams. He signed a deal with Euroleague runner-up Olympiacos.
— Paul Coro (@paulcoro) July 3, 2015
The Clippers will be coached again this summer by O’Connor, one of Doc Rivers’ defensive minded assistants.