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NBA Summer League 2019: Los Angeles Lakers announce roster for California Classic and Las Vegas

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The Los Angeles Lakers today announced the team's roster for the California Classic in Sacramento and MGM Resorts NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, highlighted by 2019 draftee Talen Horton-Tucker, along with South Bay Lakers Marcus Allen and Jeffrey Carroll.

The team will hold its first practice on Saturday, June 29, at the UCLA Health Training Center and will begin play in the California Classic with a matchup against the Miami HEAT on July 2.

The Lakers will then compete against the Golden State Warriors (July 3) and Sacramento Kings (July 4), before appearing in its first Las Vegas Summer League game versus the Chicago Bulls at on July 6.

This year's edition in Vegas will see all 30 teams involved as well as two international teams - with China and Croatia's national teams taking on some of the league's best young talent.

The Las Vegas Summer League will run from July 6 to July 16, featuring 83 games across the 11 days, with each team guaranteed a minimum of five games.

The top eight teams in Vegas will then compete in elimination games to decide the 2019 champion.

Los Angeles Lakers roster

14 Marcus Allen
3 Rosco Allen^
12 Devontae Cacok
7 Jordan Caroline
30 Jeffrey Carroll
9 Conner Frankamp
35 Aric Holman
5 Talen Horton-Tucker
31 Dakota Mathias
1 Codi Miller-McIntyre
11 Zach Norvell Jr.
21 Nick Perkins
0 Joe Young

^Attending California Classic only; Roster subject to change

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