Fans of the Georgetown Hoyas will have four new graduates and two familiar faces to watch over the next two weeks in the NBA Summer League. Games will be played July 1st through 15th (relevant games below).
Center Jessie Govan will play with Toronto.
Georgetown center Jessie Govan will play for the NBA Champion Toronto Raptors in the NBA Summer League, per source.— Casual Hoya (@CasualHoya) June 22, 2019
Source: Jessie Govan will play summer league with the Toronto Raptors. Zach— Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) June 22, 2019
Hankins will play summer league with the Philadelphia 76ers.
Trey Mourning has been invited to the Miami Heat’s summer team.
Alonzo Mourning's son, Trey (the former Georgetown forward), will be part of Heat's summer league roster, joining Tyler Herro and a bunch of players to be added in the coming hours (and days). Heat will play summer league games in Sacramento and Las Vegas.— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) June 21, 2019
Kaleb Johnson will play Summer League with the Brooklyn Nets.
Greg Malinowski, who will play for Team USA and Coach Ed Cooley in the Pan American Games, will join the Charlotte Hornets. His face is in the top-left.
Marcus Derrickson and Hollis Thompson will play with the Sacramento Kings.
Former Warriors two-way player Marcus Derrickson will be on the Sacramento Kings summer league roster. pic.twitter.com/96WpEpcVLp— Logan Murdock (@loganmmurdock) June 28, 2019
Summer League Schedule for Toronto, Miami, Charlotte, Brooklyn & Sacramento
Monday, July 1 9 p.m. – Heat vs. Lakers (NBA TV)
Monday, July 1 11 p.m. – Warriors vs. Kings (NBA TV)
Tuesday, July 2 11 p.m. – Heat vs. Kings (NBA TV)
Wednesday, July 3 9 p.m. – Warriors vs. Heat (NBA TV)
Wednesday, July 3 11 p.m. – Lakers vs. Kings (NBA TV)
Salt Lake City Summer League
July 1 – 3 (No Toronto, Brooklyn, Charlotte, Miami, or Sacramento)
Las Vegas Summer League
Friday, July 5 – Thomas & Mack Center
5:30 p.m. – China vs. Miami (ESPNU)
Friday, July 5 – Cox Pavillion
7 p.m. – Brooklyn vs. Dallas (NBA TV)
9 p.m. – Golden State vs. Charlotte (NBA TV)
Saturday, July 6 – Cox Pavillion
11 p.m. – China vs. Sacramento (NBA TV)
Saturday, July 6 – Thomas & Mack Center
12 a.m. – Golden State vs. Toronto (ESPN)
Sunday, July 7 – Thomas & Mack Center
3:30 p.m. – Charlotte vs. San Antonio (ESPN2)
Sunday, July 7 – Cox Pavilion
4 p.m. – Croatia vs. Brooklyn (NBA TV)
8 p.m. – Miami vs. Utah (NBA TV)
Monday, July 8 – Thomas & Mack Center
3:30 p.m. – Dallas vs. Sacramento (NBA TV)
5:30 p.m. – Brooklyn vs. Washington (NBA TV)
Monday, July 8 – Cox Pavilion
7 p.m. – Toronto vs. Milwaukee (ESPNU)
11 p.m. – Charlotte vs. China (ESPNU)
Tuesday, July 9 – Cox Pavilion
4 p.m. – Orlando vs. Miami (ESPN2)
10 p.m. – Houston vs. Sacramento (ESPN2)
Tuesday, July 9 – Thomas & Mack Center
9:30 p.m. – Toronto vs. New York (NBA TV)
Wednesday, July 10 – Cox Pavilion
5 p.m. – Chicago vs. Charlotte (NBA TV)
7 p.m. – Miami vs. Minnesota (NBA TV)
Wednesday, July 10 – Thomas & Mack Center
5:30 p.m. – Brooklyn vs. Orlando (ESPNU)
Thursday, July 11 – Cox Pavilion
6 p.m. – Indiana vs. Toronto (NBA TV)
10 p.m. – LA Clippers vs. Sacramento (NBA TV)
Friday, July 12 – Consolation Rounds (ESPNU)
Saturday, July 13 – Consolation Rounds and Quarterfinals (ESPN, ESPN2, NBA TV)
Sunday, July 14 – Semifinals (ESPN2)
Monday, July 15 – Championship (ESPN)