The NBA's Summer League in Las Vegas begins Friday and the Milwaukee Bucks' squad features four players who appeared during the regular season for the team as well as their No. 1 draft choice (and their last three top picks). Here's a quick breakdown of the players on Milwaukee's roster in the NBA Summer League (in alphabetical order):
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STERLING BROWN, G, 6-foot-5, 225 pounds
An All-ACC second-team selection as a senior, Brown won more games at SMU -- 109 -- than anyone else in school history. In 2016-17, he averaged 13.4 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists and made 61 3s with 44.9 percent accuracy. As a junior, Brown averaged 10.1 points and 4.4 rebounds and made 60.2 percent of his shots including 53.6 percent of his 3 attempts (30 for 56).
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TIM KEMPTON, C, 6-9, 243
The son of the former NBA player of the same name, Kempton is Lehigh's all-time leading rebounder and second in Patriot League history. He was named Patriot League Rookie of the Year as a freshman and the league's Player of the Year as both a sophomore and junior. As a senior he set personal highs in points (20.4 PPG) and rebounds (10.3 RPG) and was named first-team All-Patriot League for the third time. Kempton also had 21 double-doubles as a senior and was a finalist for the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award, given to the nation's best center.
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BRONSON KOENIG, G, 6-3, 194
A three-year starter at Wisconsin, Koenig is the Badgers' all-time leading 3-point shooter with 270 and ranked 10th on the school's all-time scoring list. Known for his willingness to take a final shot in a close game, Koenig was the 2017 USBWA Courageous Award Winner. As a senior, Koenig led Wisconsin in scoring (14.5 PPG) and had a school single-season record with 103 3-pointers. He made at least 39.0 percent of his 3-point attempts in each of the last three seasons and made 90.5 percent of his free-throw attempts as a senior.
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JeQUAN LEWIS, G, 6-0, 181
A first-team All-Atlantic 10 selection as a senior when he averaged 15.2 points, 4.5 assists, 2.8 rebounds and 1.7 steals. As a junior, Lewis averaged 11.3 points, 5.1 assists, 2.6 rebounds and 1.6 steals. In his four years at Virginia Commonwealth, Lewis was stellar from the line, with a career 82.0 percent free-throw percentage.
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THON MAKER, F, 7-0, 221
The Bucks' first-round pick in 2016 played in 57 games as a rookie, with 34 starts, averaging 4.0 points and 2.0 rebounds. Maker started in all six of Milwaukee's playoff games and averaged 5.8 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.8 blocks. He played on the Bucks' summer league team last year as well, averaging 14.2 points, 9.6 rebounds, 1.0 blocks . . . and 5.0 fouls.
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JALEN MOORE, F, 6-8, 218
Moore declared for the draft after his junior season but returned to Utah State and averaged 16.6 points, 5.5 rebounds and 27 assists while shooting 47.5 percent from the field, including 42.5 percent of his attempts from 3. Moore was just the third Utah State player to lead the team in scoring and rebounding for three years. He was a second-team All-Mountain West selection as a senior.
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GARY PAYTON II, G, 6-3, 193
Payton joined the Bucks late this past season and averaged 3.3 points, 2.2 assists and 2.0 rebounds in 16.5 minutes. He began the season playing for Rio Grande of the D League, appearing in 49 games and averaging 14.1 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.0 blocks in 32.7 minutes. Payton played two games for Houston in last year's summer league.
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ACHILLE POLONARA, F, 6-8, 198
At 25 years old, Polonara makes his first venture to the United States. Playing for Reggio Emilia in Italy this past season, Polonara, an athletic stretch-four, averaged 10.5 points and 6.8 rebounds in his third year with the club. In his first season with the team, in 2014-15, he had career highs of 11.8 PPG and 7.9 RPG. Polonara signed with Dinamo Sassari in early June.
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TYLER ROBERSON, F, 6-8, 226
Roberson was a key player in Syracuse's surprising Final Four run in 2016, averaging 8.8 points and 8.5 rebounds in 30.8 minutes. However, he got in the proverbial doghouse this past season as a senior and averaged just 20.4 minutes with 5.3 PPG and 4.9 RPG. He did, however, shoot 56.6 percent from the field. Known as a ferocious rebounder, Roberson averaged 10.3 boards per 40 minutes in his four years with the Orange.
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TRAVIS TRICE, G, 6-2, 175
After averaging 15.3 points and 5.0 assists as a senior for Michigan State in 2014-15, Trice went undrafted but played for Miami in the summer league and was in New York's training camp. Trice played for Westchester in the D League in 2015-16, averaging 15.2 points per game. Trice headed to the Cairns Taipans in Australia's NBL, where he was team MVP, before returning to Westchester for nine games (21.1 PPG, 6.4 APG). Trice was included on Milwaukee's summer-league roster in 2016 but never played.
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REGGIE UPSHAW JR., F, 6-7, 236
A four-year starter at Middle Tennessee State, Upshaw averaged 14.5 points and 6.8 rebounds as a senior while shooting 52.5 percent from the field. As a junior, Upshaw averaged 13.7 points and 8.5 rebounds. Two of Upshaw's biggest games came in NCAA tournament victories. In MTSU's 2016 win over Michigan State, he had 21 points. This past season he had 19 points and nine rebounds as the Red Raiders upended Minnesota.
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RASHAD VAUGHN, G, 6-5, 209
Milwaukee's 2015 first-round pick will be playing in the summer league for the third straight season. He's averaged 15.9 points over those two years, although he's made only 35.2 percent of his shots (24.6 percent from 3). Vaughn, who won't turn 21 until August (making him six months younger than Milwaukee's top pick this year, D.J. Wilson), played in 41 games for the Bucks tin 2016-17, averaging 3.5 points on 36.5 percent shooting.
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D.J. WILSON, F, 6-10, 236
After barely playing as a redshirt freshman (6.1 MPG), Wilson played in all 38 games -- with 36 starts -- for Michigan in 2016-17. He averaged 11.0 points and led the Wolverines in rebounds (5.3) and blocks (1.5) while shooting 53.8 percent from the field and 83.3 percent from the line. He also made 41 of 110 3-point attempts (37.3 percent). Wilson stepped up in the postseason, averaging 15.3 points and 5.5 rebounds in four Big Ten tournament games and 16.0 points in three NCAA tournament contests.