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Celtics host Shaw's Pro Summer League

Ten NBA teams, including the host Boston Celtics, will compete in the Shaw's Pro Summer League at the Clark Athletic Center Gymnasium at the University of Massachusetts-Boston.

The league features Richard Jefferson of the Eastern Conference champion New Jersey Nets and lottery picks Jared Jeffries of the Washington Wizards and Marcus Haislip of the Milwaukee Bucks. The games, which began Monday, conclude Sunday, July 21.

"The (summer) leagues are ... a great way for us to evaluate talent and scout potential free agents," Celtics general manager Chris Wallace said. "This will be a wonderful opportunity for New England basketball fans to watch professional basketball up close and personal."

Shaw's Pro Summer League rosters

  • Atlanta Hawks
    Mario Bennett, Louis Bullock, Chris Carr, Dan Dickau, William "Bud" Eley, Dion Glover, Udonis Haslem, DerMarr Johnson, Casey Shaw, Miles Simon, Glen Whisby. *Rookie/free agent camp roster.

  • Boston Celtics
    Larry Abney, Derrick Alston, J.R. Bremer, Kedrick Brown, Omar Cook, Tate Decker, Dimos Dikoudis, Luis Fernando de Souza, Joseph Forte, Jaka Lakovic, Oliver Miller, Terquin Mott, Darius Songaila, Greg Stempin, Sonny Watson.

  • Milwaukee Bucks
    Ryan Carroll, Lonnie Cooper, Dan Gadzuric, Marcus Goree, Marcus Haislip, Ronald Murray, Andy Panko, Scoonie Penn, Joel Przybilla, Jamal Sampson, Mike Wilks.

  • Minnesota Timberwolves
    Maurice Evans, Loren Woods, Marcus Taylor, Cal Bowdler, Reggie Geary, Igor Rakocevic, Felipe Lopez, DeMarco Johnson, Quincy Lewis, Khalid El-Amin, Tommy Adams, Reggie Evans, Sean Daugherty.

  • New Jersey Nets
    Brandon Armstrong, Tony Akins, Lamont Barnes, Bryan Bracey, Duane Causwell, Jason Collins, Sean Colson, Brandon Dean, Neil Edwards, Richard Jefferson, Darren Kelly, Kevin Lyde, Jerry McCullough, Brian Scalabrine, Tamar Slay, Billy Thomas.

  • New York Knicks
    Steve Goodrich, Jonathan Kerner, Billy Keys, Todd Lindeman, Pete Mickeal, Anthony Parker, Lavor Postell, Mate Skelin, Omar Sneed, Jarrett Stephens, Jamel Thomas, Frank Williams.

  • Orlando Magic
    Pat Burke, Duane Causwell, Vonteego Cummings, Cory Hightower, Ryan Humphrey, Steven Hunter, Mario Kasun, Marvin O'Connor, Olumide Oyedeji, William "Smush" Parker, Jeryl Sasser, Chris Williams.

  • Philadelphia 76ers
    Damone Brown, Ousmane Cisse, Samuel Dalembert, Tang Hamilton, Randy Holcomb, Nate Johnson, Alvin Jones, Eric Murdock, Efthimios Rentzias, John Salmons, Alvin Sims, Johnny Taylor, Sedric Webber.

  • San Antonio Spurs
    Jason Hart, Rodney Elliott, Stephen Jackson, Amal McCaskill, Charles Smith, Jameel Watkins, Michael Wright, Simeon Haley, Altron Jackson, Anthony Goldwire, Gee Gervin, Brian Green.

  • Washington Wizards
    Brian Brown, Devin Brown, Kwame Brown, Sylvere Bryan, Juan Dixon, Brendan Haywood, Jared Jeffries, Kris Lang, Mike Mardesich, Rolan Roberts, Jamal Robinson, Bobby Simmons, Etan Thomas.

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