NBA Summer League Kicks: The Leftovers Part 1 | Wizards Blog Truth About

NBA Summer League Kicks: The Leftovers Part 1

Updated: July 28, 2010

[Okay sneaker heads, last time we checked out what some of the Wiz kids were wearing for summer league. Now here’s the first part of what players from other teams wore in Las Vegas.]

Bill Walker, New York Knicks

[via Kansas State, Washington Wizards (draft, 47th overall in 2008), Boston Celtics (trade), Main Red Claws (D-League)]

Andre Brown, Golden State Warriors

[via DePaul, multiple CBA stops, Italian League, Adriatic League, Korean Basketball League, Philippines Basketball Association, multiple D-League stops, Seattle Supersonics, Memphis Grizzlies, Charlotte Bobcats, Turkish Basketball League, Chinese Basketball Association, Puerto Rican League]

Omri Casspi, Sacramento Kings

[via Israel, drafted 23rd overall by the Kings in 2009]

Andy Rautins, New York Knicks

[via Syracuse, drafted 38th overall by the Knicks in 2010]

Dee Brown, Toronto Raptors

[via Illinois, drafted by Utah Jazz 46th overall in 2006, CBA, Utah Jazz, Turkish Basketball League, Washington Wizards, Phoenix Suns, Israeli League, Italian League]

DeShawn Sims, Dallas Mavericks

[via Michigan, undrafted in 2010, Boston Celtics summer league team in Orlando]

Leo Lyons, New York Knicks

[via Missouri, undrafted in 2009, Israel Premier League]

Jeff Pendergraph, Portland Trail Blazers

[via Arizona State, drafted by the Sacramento Kings 31st overall in 2009]

Olu Famutimi, New York Knicks

[via Arkansas, undrafted in 2005, D-League, Ukraine Super League, Turkish Basketball League, Canadian National Team]

Gani Lawal, Phoenix Suns

[via Georgia Tech, drafted 46th overall by the Suns in 2010]

Marqus Blakely, Los Angeles Clippers

[via Vermont, undrafted in 2010]

Quincy Pondexter, New Orleans Hornets

[via University of Washington, drafted by Oklahoma City Thunder 26th in 2010]

Charles Garcia, New York Knicks

[via Seattle Pacific University, undrafted in 2010]

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