Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson in the 2015 Summer League during his rookie season (John Locher/The Associated Press)
The Los Angeles Lakers announced their roster for the 2017 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, highlighted by 2017 NBA All-Rookie Second Team selection Brandon Ingram and the second overall pick in this year’s NBA Draft, Lonzo Ball. Joining Ingram and Ball are current Lakers Ivica Zubac and David Nwaba, in addition to Lakers draft-day acquisitions Thomas Bryant, Josh Hart and Kyle Kuzma.
The team will hold its first practice on Monday, July 3, at the Toyota Sports Center and will begin Summer League play in Las Vegas with back-to-back games on Friday, July 7, against the LA Clippers and Saturday, July 8, versus the Boston Celtics. The Lakers conclude their scheduled games with a contest against the Sacramento Kings on Monday, July 10, before the Summer League tournament begins. The Lakers are guaranteed to play no fewer than five games.
All Lakers summer league games will be televised on Spectrum SportsNet, ESPN or NBATV.
Tickets for the 2017 NBA Summer League are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting NBATickets.com.