Penn State Basketball: Frazier And Newbill Head To Vegas For Summer League And LeBron Camp
Tim Frazier has waited a long time for his shot at the NBA and he'll get that chance this weekend when he takes part in the NBA Summer League.
Following the two-round NBA draft earlier in the month, the former Nittany Lion guard announced that he would be playing for the Philadelphia 76ers in summer league action in Las Vegas.
Some of the players joining Frazier in Vegas include Florida guard Scottie Wilbekin, La Salle guard Tyreek Duren and Delaware guard Devon Saddler.
Frazier and the Sixers will compete against Utah this Saturday at 4:30 ET, playing again on Monday and Tuesday at 2:00 PM ET. Every team in summer league will play at least five games and a possible maximum of seven. The final few games will be announced and scheduled between July 16-21.
Frazier began mini-camp work with the Sixers' Monday. The full roster can be read here.
Most all summer league games are broadcast live on NBA TV.
--Newbil and the King--
Penn State guard DJ Newbill will also head to Las Vegas this week. He'll be taking part in the LeBron James' Skills Camp. The event features the Top 30 collegiate and Top 80 high school players from around the country and runs until July 12. Players will have four days of competitive skills workouts and 5-on-5 games.
Newbill has already taken part in an earlier summer program.
"I was happy to be invited to the Kevin Durant academy to play with some of the top guys in the country, and now I am ecstatic to be invited to the LeBron camp," Newbill said. "This shows that all the hard work from the last few years is paying off and I am grateful to my teammates and the coaching staff for helping me to get to this point."