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July 2, 2014 at 6:05 AM

Scott Suggs heads to NBA summer league in Orlando

Scott Suggs, right, of the Erie BayHawks will play for the Orlando Magic in summer league action. (Photo credit: Juan Ocampo - NBAE via Getty Images)

Scott Suggs, right, of the Erie BayHawks will play for the Orlando Magic in summer league action. (Photo credit: Juan Ocampo – NBAE via Getty Images)

Former Washington standout Scott Suggs will compete with the Orlando Magic in the Orlando Pro Summer League, which begins Saturday. After his first season in the NBA D-League, the 6-6 guard averaged 18.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.0 steals and 36.7 minutes in 47 games for the Erie BayHawks.

Here’s a look at former Pac-12 players currently on summer league rosters.

ORLANDO PRO SUMMER LEAGUE (July 5-11)

Jordan Adams, G, UCLA – Memphis
Jahii Carson
, G, Arizona State – Houston
Justin Cobbs, G, California – Memphis
Aaron Gordon
, F, Arizona – Orlando
Jorge Gutierrez
, G, California – Brooklyn
Solomon Hill, F, Arizona – Indiana
Tyler Honeycutt, F, UCLA – Miami
Nick Johnson, G, Arizona – Houston
Maarty Leunen, F, Oregon – Houston
Eric Moreland, F, Oregon State – Miami
Mike Moser, F, Oregon – Boston
Shabazz Muhammad, G, UCLA – Minnesota
Richard Solomon, F, California – Houston
Scott Suggs, G, Washington – Orlando

VEGAS SUMMER LEAGUE (July 11-21)

Kyle Anderson, G, UCLA – San Antonio
Jordan Bachynski, C, Arizona State – Charlotte
Carlon Brown, G, Colorado – Denver
Allen Crabbe, G, California – Portland
Jared Cunningham, G, Oregon State – Sacramento
Carrick Felix, G, Arizona State – Cleveland
Tyler Honeycutt, F, UCLA – Miami
Nick Johnson, G, Arizona – Houston
Maarty Leunen, F, Oregon – Houston
Eric Moreland, F, Oregon State – Sacramento
Omar Oraby, C, USC – Houston
Richard Solomon, F, California – Houston
Jason Washburn, C, Utah – Utah
Travis Wear, F, UCLA – Atlanta
Derrick Williams, F, Arizona – Sacramento

MORNING LINKS:

—If Tristan Etienne’s performance in the FIBA Americas U18 Championship last month is any indication, the Canadian big man could carve out a limited role in the rotation next season at Washington. He started five games for Canada, which lost 113-79 in the championship game. Etienne averaged 3.6 points, 2.8 rebounds and 13.2 minutes during the tournament. He shot 57.1 percent from the field, but only attempted two free throws and had four blocks.

— UCLA coach Steve Alford talks about the three Bruins taken in the first round of the NBA draft.

— In case you missed it, former Garfield High star Tramaine Isabell, who decommitted from Washington State after a coaching change, has pledged to play at Missouri.

— Colorado State transfer Jon Octeus committed to UCLA. The 6-4 guard will be a senior during the 2014-15 season and is immediately eligible. He averaged 13.4 points last season.

— Stanford will play in the Coaches vs. Cancer 2K Classic on Nov. 21-22 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The other teams include exempt semifinalists are Duke, Temple and UNLV.

Kyle Wiltjer is ready to restart his college basketball career at Gonzaga.

— No one expected Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin to remain at Oregon following rape allegations, but the Ducks formally dismissed them from school.

— ESPN.com’s top 50 coaches countdown is at No. 4 – Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski.

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