Draft picks Lavine, Robinson highlight Timberwolves’ summer league roster

Timberwolves fans will get their first look at recent draftees UCLA's Zach Lavine (left) and Michigan's Glenn Robinson III in Minnesota's summer league games.

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Timberwolves announced their summer league rosters on Sunday, highlighted by their two 2014 draft picks.

First-round pick Zach Lavine and second-rounder Glenn Robinson III will join several current Timberwolves in the summer league in Las Vegas. Among the others on the roster are Shabazz Muhammad, Gorgui Dieng, and Alexey Shved. Minnesota will start the summer league on July 12 against Dallas. In total, the Wolves’ roster includes 13 players, seven of which are rookies.

Additionally, assistant coaches Sam Mitchell, Sid Lowe, David Adelman and Ryan Saunders will serve as coaches during the summer league. Before the summer league begins, the Timberwolves will also have a mini-camp in Minneapolis that runs from July 7-10.

This year’s summer league will include a tournament that will determine a winner for the second straight year. The league runs through July 21, and each team will play a minimum of five games.

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