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Toronto Raptors: Schedule, roster, how to watch 2021 MGM Resorts NBA Summer League

We're one step closer to the 2021-22 NBA season.

The MGM Resorts NBA Summer League will be held from Sunday, Aug. 8 through Tuesday, Aug. 17. Fans could get a first look at the Toronto Raptors' new draftees on Aug. 8, when their Summer League schedule opens with a meeting with the New York Knicks.

Below, find the Raptors schedule at the 2021 MGM Resorts NBA Summer League.

Raptors 2021 NBA Summer League Schedule - Preliminary Round
Date Opponent Venue Time (ET / PT) US Network CA Network
Sunday, Aug. 8 New York Knicks Thomas & Mack Center 4:30 p.m. / 1:30 p.m. ESPN2 Sportsnet
Wednesday, Aug. 11 Golden State Warriors Thomas & Mack Center 8 p.m. / 5 p.m. ESPN2 TSN 1 / 4
Thursday, Aug. 12 Houston Rockets Thomas & Mack Center 8 p.m. / 5 p.m. NBATV TSN 4
Saturday, Aug. 1 Charlotte Hornets Cox Pavilion 7 p.m. / 4 p.m. NBATV TSN 2

With Scottie Barnes, the fourth overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, the Raptors are in line to potentially face three other 2021 lottery picks during the Preliminary Round of the NBA Summer League, as they take on the Warriors, who selected Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody with the Nos. 7 and 14 picks in the draft, the Rockets, who took Jalen Green second overall, and the Hornets, who used the No. 11 pick in the draft to select UConn's James Bouknight.

Here's a look at who will suit up for the Raptors this summerr.

2021 Toronto Raptors Summer League Roster

NO. Player POS HT WT DOB Prior to NBA / Home Country NBA Exp.
5 Precious Achiuwa F 6-8 225 9/19/1999 Memphis / Nigeria 1
8 Jalen Adams G 6-3 195 12/11/1995 Connecticut / USA R
45 Dalano Banton G 6-9 204 11/7/1999 Nebraska / Canada R
4 Scottie Barnes G-F 6-9 227 8/1/2001 Florida State / USA R
11 Justin Champagnie F 6-6 200 6/29/2001 Pittsburgh / USA R
21 Zaccheus Darko-Kelly G-F 6-6 205 5/3/1997 University of Providence / USA R
22 Malachi Flynn G 6-1 185 5/9/1998 San Diego State / USA 1
55 Freddie Gillespie F 6-9 245 6/14/1997 Baylor / USA 1
0 Ashton Hagans G 6-3 198 7/8/1999 Kentucky / USA 1
17 Rayshaun Hammonds F 6-9 190 11/10/1998 Georgia / USA R
13 David Johnson G 6-5 210 2/26/2001 Louisville / USA R
15 Isiaha Mike F 6-8 215 8/11/1997 SMU / Canada R
20 Matt Morgan G 6-2 174 11/7/1997 Cornell / USA R
12 Ishmail Wainright F 6-5 235 9/12/1994 Baylor / USA R
18 Yuta Watanabe F 6-9 215 10/13/1994 George Washington / Japan 3

COACH: Patrick Mutombo (Metro State)

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