Pelicans Release 2K24 2023 Summer League Roster

NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Pelicans have announced the roster that they will take to Las Vegas to compete in the 2K24 2023 Summer League. This summer’s games will be held from July 7-17 at Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavillion on the campus of the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

Pelicans assistant coach Casey Hill will take the reins of the 13-player squad, highlighted by this year’s first round pick, Jordan Hawkins, and a quartet of returnees from last year’s team that includes Dyson Daniels, E.J. Liddell, Karlo Matković, and Dereon Seabron.

It was also announced that Hawkins has signed his rookie contract with the Pelicans. Any trades that the Pelicans make this offseason will not include Hawkins.

New Orleans opens summer league play on Friday, July 7 against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Each team is guaranteed five games, with four scheduled and the fifth determined by which advance to the playoffs.

Pelicans Radio will broadcast all of the team’s NBA 2K24 Summer League games on and the Pelicans App. Gus Kattengell will handle play-by-play duties, with Erin Summers joining him as color analyst. All NBA 2K24 Summer League games will also be available on NBA TV & the ESPN family of networks.

29Frank Bartley IVG6-3215
21Izaiah BrockingtonG6-4200
36Garrison BrooksF/C6-10240
18Jalen CrutcherG6-2175
11Dyson DanielsG6-8200
24Jordan HawkinsG6-5195
43Kamaka HepaF6-10215
34Landers Nolley IIG/F6-7220
30Tevian JonesG/F6-7220
32EJ Liddell F6-6240
12Karlo MatkovicF/C6-11231
55Liam RobbinsC7-0250
0Dereon SeabronG6-5183

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3 thoughts on “Pelicans Release 2K24 2023 Summer League Roster

    1. I agree with you Deacon. One NOLA website has the Pels giving up BI, JV, LNJ and 3 (that’s right 3) first round picks for Lillard and Nursik (54 million owed over next 3 years) but then flip Nursik and another draft pick to a 3rd team to get his salary off our books. That is outright ludicrous. That would leave us with only Cody Zeller as a big, and not a very good one at that. (Still don’t understand the logic in signing him) Lillard is 33 in a couple of weeks and BI is only 25. To me BI is far more valuable for the Pels than Lillard. I would have a hard time just trading straight up with those two. Why would you trade him and 3 first rounds. Crazy. Makes you wonder what some of these writers on other websites are smoking or drinking. Granted we need a PG, and Dame is talented, but I’ll pass on his 45.6 million contract this year and 48.7 million next year. Next!

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