Lakers Announce Official Summer League Roster and Schedule

sacreThe Lakers have officially announced their 2013 NBA Summer League roster and schedule, according to a press release from the team earlier this morning.

There are no real surprises on the roster, other than second round draft pick forward Ryan Kelly is officially listed on the roster, despite reports that he will not actually play for the team due to his recovery from off-season foot surgery. However, there are a few familiar faces and names, with fan-favorite center Robert Sacre leading the way, along with former Laker summer league team member Chris Douglas-Roberts, who looks to try and make the team again this year after being one of the last cuts the Lakers made last year.


9 Chris Douglas-Roberts G/F 6-7 210 01/08/87 Memphis/Dallas/USA 4
2 Elias Harris F 6-8 240 07/06/89 Gonzaga/Germany R
3 Lazar Hayward F 6-6 225 11/26/86 Marquette/Minnesota/USA 3
4 Lester Hudson G 6-3 190 08/07/84 Tennessee-Martin/Austin Toros/USA 3
16 Travis Hyman C 7-0 210 07/12/87 Bowie St./L.A. D-Fenders/USA R
6 Ryan Kelly F 6-11 230 04/09/91 Duke/USA R
7 Marcus Landry F 6-7 225 11/01/85 Wisconsin/Reno Bighorns/USA 2
50 Robert Sacre C 7-0 260 06/06/89 Gonzaga/Lakers/Canada 1
8 D.J. Seeley G 6-4 195 11/28/89 Cal State Fullerton/USA R
19 Josh Selby G 6-2 195 03/27/91 Kansas/Maine Red Claws/USA 2
10 Michael Snaer G 6-5 202 06/21/90 Florida St./USA R
12 Drew Viney F 6-8 210 09/17/88 Loyola Marymount/Orleans (France)/USA R
15 Mitchall Watt F 6-10 225 12/14/89 Buffalo/Hapoel Gilboa Galil/USA R
13 Jordan Williams F 6-10 260 10/11/90 Maryland/Atlanta/USA 1
14 Renaldo Woolridge F 6-9 220 03/22/90 USC/USA
HEAD COACH:               Dan D’Antoni (Marshall)
ASSISTANT COACHES:   Larry Lewis (Morehouse), Mark Madsen (Stanford), Clay Moser (Wisconsin-La Crosse)
ATHLETIC TRAINERS:   Marco Nunez (Cal Poly Pomona), Nina Hsieh (Cal State Fullerton)

Of the 15 players on the roster, only Sacre, CDR, Kelly, and potentially point guard Josh Selby and rookie shooting guard Michael Snaer have legitimate shots of challenging for a roster spot when training camp finally does roll around.

The Lakers’ summer league team will play three guaranteed games, against the Cavs, Trail Blazers, and Clippers, prior to the “playoffs,” where seeding will be determined by the team’s record.


1 Friday July 12 Cleveland 5:00pm COX Pavilion
2 Sunday July 14 Portland 3:30pm Thomas & Mack Center
3 Monday July 15 Clippers 5:00pm COX Pavilion
4&5 To be determined after seeding

This year’s team looks to be much improved over last year’s summer league team, which struggled mightily throughout the summer league circuit.


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