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Duke Has 10 Players In The NBA 2023 Summer League
The NBA 2023 Summer League in Las Vegas is about to begin on the 7th of July, with all of the rookies looking to find their way and make a name for themselves amongst their peers. Place a bet at any Pennsylvania Online Casino like DraftKings, FanDuel and BetMGM.
This year's matchups start off with a blockbuster of a game starring Duke's latest No. 1 overall pick, Paolo Nabchero, leading the Orlando Magic against the Houston Rockets and No. 3 overall pick Jabari Smith.
The list of former Blue Devils in the NBA Summer League Includes:
- Atlanta Hawks - AJ Griffin
- Charlotte Hornets - Mark Williams
- Denver Nuggets - Jack White
- Milwaukee Bucks - Matthew Hurt
- Minnesota Timberwolves - Wendell Moore Jr.
- New York Knicks - Trevor Keels
- Orlando Magic - Paolo Banchero
- Sacramento Kings - DJ Steward
- San Antonio Spurs - Javin DeLaurier
- Washington Wizards - Vernon Carey Jr.
The Summer League will be hosted in Vegas at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavillion on the Campus of UNLV. All 75 games of the 11-day competition on ESPN networks, NBA TV, and are available to stream on the ESPN App.