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Cavs announce 2024 Summer League roster

Emoni Bates
Posted at 4:49 PM, Jul 05, 2024

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Cavaliers announced their roster for the 2024 Summer League, which will compete in Las Vegas July 12-22.

Cleveland's roster features a mixture of rising talent, new additions and familiar faces to the franchise.

The group, which is subject to change but includes 13 players, will be led in Las Vegas by the Cavs' new assistant coach, Jordan Ott. Ott will serve as the Summer League head coach.

Here is the Cavs' 2024 Summer League roster:

 

NAME

 

POS

 

HT

 

WT

 

DOB

PRIOR TO PROS/

HOME COUNTRY

 

LAST TEAM

NBA 

YRS PRO

21
Emoni Bates
F
6-9
190
1/28/04
Eastern Michigan / USA
Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
1
39
Darius Brown
G
6-2
192
7/28/99
Utah State / USA
Utah State (College)
R
40
DJ Burns
F/C
6-9
275
10/13/00
NC State / USA
NC State (College)
R
44
Hunter Cattoor
G
6-3
200
11/17/00
Virginia Tech / USA
Virginia Tech (College)
R
36
Dexter Dennis
G
6-5
210
2/9/99
Texas A&M / USA
Cleveland Charge (NBA G League)
1
37
Jayvon Graves
G
6-3
200
12/29/98
Buffalo / USA
MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg (Germany)
R
8
Pete Nance
C
6-11
230
2/19/00
UNC / USA
Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
1
38
Gabe Osabuohien
F
6-8
220
10/27/98
West Virginia / USA
Cleveland Charge (NBA G League)
R
9
Craig Porter Jr.
G
6-2
178
2/26/00
Wichita State / USA
Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)
1
19
Zhaire Smith
G
6-3
199
6/4/99
Texas Tech / USA
Cleveland Charge (NBA G League)
2
46
Nae’Qwan Tomlin
F
6-10
210
12/10/00
Memphis / USA
Memphis (College)
R
33
Luke Travers
F
6-7
208
9/3/01
Rockingham Flames (Aus.) / Australia
Melbourne United (Australia)
R
24
Jaylon Tyson
G
6-6
218
12/2/02
California / USA
California (College)
R

The Cavs will hold mini-camp from July 6-10 and start their Summer League schedule on July 12.

Here is the Cavs' 2024 Summer League schedule:

Fri., July 12 vs. Orlando, 4 p.m. at COX Pavilion—on NBA TV

Sun., July 14 vs. Milwaukee, 3:30 p.m. at COX Pavilion—on NBA TV

Wed., July 17 vs. Golden State, 10 p.m. at COX Pavilion—on NBA TV

Thu., July 18 vs. L.A. Lakers, 9 p.m. at Thomas & Mack Center—on ESPN

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