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Bray '14 Makes Toronto Raptors' NBA Summer League Roster

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 07/07/2014
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T.J. Bray will play with the Toronto Raptors' NBA Summer League team in Las Vegas.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Princeton alumnus T.J. Bray '14 had a workout with the Toronto Raptors on June 19, and the NBA's lone Canadian franchise liked what it saw, including Bray on its 15-man roster for the upcoming NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.

It's the second straight year a Princeton alum has taken part in an NBA team's summer league process after Ian Hummer '13 was in summer league camp with the Los Angeles Lakers a year ago. This year's Las Vegas summer league event will run from July 11-21.

All teams in the Las Vegas summer league will play a minimum of five games, with the first three games listed below and the other two, or more, in a playoff format.

Bray was a first-team All-Ivy League honoree in 2013-14, leading the Tigers in scoring (18.0 ppg), steals (34), assists (118), field goal percentage (.537) and free throws made (112) while standing second on the team in 3-pointers made (52) and third in rebounds per game (4.8). Bray became the 30th career 1,000-point scorer in Princeton history last season, and he finished with the third-most assists in a Princeton career at 374 in a stat that has been kept since the 1974-75 season. Bray is the only Princeton player on record with three 100-assist seasons, topping out with 133 this past season as the third-most in a single campaign since the stat began being kept 40 years ago.

Information on the Raptors' NBA Summer League schedule and roster is below. At least the first two games will be televised live on NBA TV. The team will begin practice Tuesday, July 8 in Las Vegas for three days of workouts before games begin.

Toronto Raptors NBA Summer League schedule
Friday, July 11, vs. L.A. Lakers, 6 p.m. ET
Saturday, July 12, vs. Denver, 6 p.m. ET
Monday, July 14, vs. Dallas, 6 p.m. ET

Name Height Age  College  2013-14 Team(s)
T.J. Bray  6-5 22  Princeton  Princeton  Career 1,000-point scorer and a 2014 first-team All-Ivy League honoree 
Dwight Buycks  6-3 25  Marquette  Toronto Raptors  Played in 14 games last season for Toronto, averaging 3.1 ppg; fellow Milwaukee-area native with Bray
Bruno Caboclo  6-9 18  None (Brazil)  Pinheiros (Brazil)  Raptors' first-round pick this year
Chris Daniels  7-0 30  Texas A&M Corpus Christi  Sagesse (Lebanon)  Two seasons of NBA Summer League and NBADL experience
DeAndre Daniels  6-9 22  Connecticut  Connecticut  Helped UConn to an NCAA title last season and was the Raptors' second-round pick this year
Sam Dower  6-9 23  Gonzaga  Gonzaga  One of three players on the Raptors' Summer League roster who was in college in 2013-14 (Bray, Daniels)
Darington Hobson  6-7 26  New Mexico  Hapoel Migdal Haemek (Israel)  Played five games with the Milwaukee Bucks in 2011-12
Eli Holman  6-10 24  U. Detroit  Usak (Turkey)  Has two previous years of Summer League experience and is with the Miami Heat's team in the Orlando summer league
Myck Kabongo  6-3 22  Texas  Austin Toros (NBADL)  Toronto native; finished career at Texas in 2013
Doron Lamb  6-4 22  Kentucky  Orlando Magic  Played against Princeton in the 2011 NCAA Tournament; has played with Milwaukee and Orlando in two NBA seasons
Malcolm Lee  6-5 24  UCLA  Did not play  Spent two seasons with the Minnesota Timberwolves from 2011-13
Scott Machado  6-1 24  Iona  ASVEL (France)  Has two years of NBADL experience and appeared in a total of 11 games in 2012-13 with Houston and Golden State
Lucas Nogueira  7-0 21  None (Brazil)  Estudiantes (Spain)  First-round pick of the Boston Celtics in 2013 but hasn't played in the NBA
John Shurna  6-9 24  Northwestern  FIATC Joventut (Spain)  Played under former Princeton HC Bill Carmody and current Princeton HC Mitch Henderson '98 while at Northwestern
Hassan Whiteside  7-0 25  Marshall  Jiangsu TX (China)  Played parts of two seasons with the Sacramento Kings from 2010-12; 2010-11 was Pete Carril's last season as a Kings AC
Coach      College  2013-14 Position  
Jesse Mermuys (HC)      Arizona  Raptors Assistant Coach  Came to the Raptors last summer from the Houston Rockets staff






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