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Bucks announce Summer League Roster

| July 1, 2010

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Your 2010 Las Vegas Summer League Milwaukee Bucks:

G – Antoine Agudio  6-3  Hofstra
C – John Bryant        6-11 Santa Clara
G – Paul Delaney      6-2  UAB
F – Micah Downs      6-7  Gonzaga
F – Tiny Gallon         6-9  Oklahoma
G – Darington Hobson 6-7  New Mexico
F – Darnell Jackson      6-8  Kansas
G – DeMarcus Nelson  6-4  Duke
F – Larry Sanders         6-11 VCU
G – Jerry Smith               6-2  Louisville
F – Deron Washington   6-7  Virginia Tech
C – Sean Williams           6-10 Boston College

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  1. Jason says:

    Where the eff is Alando Tucker? His absence from the summer league is like a dagger to the heart.

    • Jeremy Schmidt says:

      Yeah that is a surprise. I guess that’s just the nature of the beast these days. Things just get reported prematurely.

      (Bows head in shame after claiming Trevon Hughes would be on team)

  2. Zach says:

    WHAT tucker and hughes were supposed to be on the team! i was gonna get the SUmmer League Broadband to watch
    those 2 guys. im pissed. tuckers absence is like a dagger to the heart i agree!!!!!!!!

  3. Tim says:

    Even though Alando won’t be playing summer league, is there a chance he could play for the Bucks?

  4. jake says:

    no, in order for a player to be on a roster they have to be offiliated with the team. also he would need to prove himself to the bucks coaches to even have any chance of being with a team with such a deep roster.