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How many Canadians are playing in the 2021 NBA Summer League?

The NBA Draft is over, free agency has begun and the NBA Summer League is here.

While the California Classic in Sacramento and the Salt Lake City Summer League began on Tuesday, Aug. 3, the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League, in which all 30 teams will participate, gets underway in Las Vegas on Sunday, Aug. 8.

From lottery picks to summer invites, each league provides players with an opportunity to get their first taste of NBA action, while some others can grind to earn a spot on an NBA roster.

How many Canadians will take the floor this summer? Below, find a full list of Canadians playing in the NBA's Summer Leagues.

Canadians participating in the Summer League
Player Team POS HT WT Hometown
Caleb Agada Denver Nuggets G 6-3 209 Burlington, Ontario
Dalano Banton Toronto Raptors G 6-9 204 Toronto, Ontario
Jahvon Blair Milwaukee Bucks G 6-3 190 Brampton, Ontario
Ignas Brazdeikis Orlando Magic F 6-6 221 Oakville, Ontario
Oshae Brissett Indiana Pacers F 6-7 225 Mississauga, Ontario
Nate Darling* Charlotte Hornets G 6-5 200 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Chris Duarte Indiana Pacers G 6-7 225 Montreal, Quebec
Justin Jackson Orlando Magic F 6-7 225 Scarborough, Ontario
Mfiondu Kabengele Cleveland Cavaliers F 6-10 250 Burlington, Ontario
AJ Lawson Miami Heat F 6-6 180 Brampton, Ontario
Karim Mané Minnesota Timberwolves G 6-4 205 Montreal, Quebec
Isiaha Mike Toronto Raptors G 6-8 215 Toronto, Ontario
Mychal Mulder Golden State Warriors G 6-4 193 Windsor, Ontario
Eugene Omoruyi Dallas Mavericks F 6-6 235 Toronto, Ontario
Joshua Primo San Antonio Spurs G 6-6 190 Mississauga, Ontario
Simisola Shittu Chicago Bulls F 6-10 240 Burlington, Ontario

For more on how to watch summer league action, head here. Stick with NBA.com for more updates surrounding Canadians in the upcoming summer leagues.

* Darling has suffered a right knee injury and will be unable to participate in Summer League, the Hornets announced.

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