The Phoenix Suns will have three players from each of the 2013 and 2014 draft classes representing them in the 2014 Las Vegas Summer League in July, The Arizona Republic’s Paul Coro reported on Tuesday.
T.J. Warren, Tyler Ennis and Alec Brown will represent the Summer Suns from last week’s NBA Draft, while 2013 draft members Alex Len, Archie Goodwin and Alex Oriakhi will fill in three more roster spots. Miles Plumlee will be the most experienced NBA player on the roster, and he’s joined by guard Dionte Christmas, who took part in last year’s Phoenix Summer League team and is on a non-guaranteed deal this NBA season.
Phoenix will also bring on former Duke guard Seth Curry, the brother of Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry who played for the D-League’s Santa Cruz Warriors this past season. The Suns have also invited former Gonzaga forward Elias Harris, his former college teammate David Stockton, the son of Jeff Hornacek’s longtime Utah Jazz teammate John Stockton, and North Dakota State rookie Taylor Braun.
The Suns’ Summer League roster should be a bit competitive, though it will be hard-pressed to compare it to last year’s roster that was led by well-seasoned NBA players like P.J. Tucker and the Morris twins.
PG: Tyler Ennis, Seth Curry, David Stockton
SG: Archie Goodwin, Dionte Christmas
SF: T.J. Warren, Taylor Braun
PF: Alex Oriakhi, Elias Harris
C: Miles Plumlee, Alex Len, Alec Brown
Here’s a look at the Suns’ Las Vegas Summer League schedule