In continuing the series of spending way too much time telling you more than you need to know about players that don't have NBA contracts, I present the Toronto Raptors Summer League roster in excruciating detail.
For a breakdown of other NBA Summer League rosters, check these out: New Jersey Nets, Utah Jazz,Philadelphia 76ers, Orlando Magic, Indiana Pacers,Boston Celtics, Oklahoma City Thunder, Denver Nuggets, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons, Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors.
For the rest of the Vegas Summer League rosters, refer to this post.
|3||Bobby Brown||G||6-2||175||09/24/1984||Cal State-Fullerton||2 Years|
|5||Curtis Stinson||G||6-3||215||02/15/1983||Iowa State||Rookie|
|9||Joey Dorsey||F/C||6-8||268||12/16/1983||Memphis||2 Years|
|10||DeMar DeRozan||G/F||6-7||220||08/07/1989||USC||1 Years|
|21||Ronald Dupree||G/F||6-7||210||01/25/1981||LSU||5 Years|
|24||Sonny Weems||G/F||6-6||203||07/08/1986||Arkansas||2 Years|
|31||Cheikh Samb||C||7-1||245||10/22/1984||Senegal||2 Years|
|32||Ed Davis||F||6-10||227||06/05/1989||North Carolina||Rookie|
|50||Solomon Alabi||C||7-1||237||03/21/1988||Florida State||Rookie|
He came back over to play for the Pistons in the 2007 Summer League again, and after starting four games, he wound up with an NBA contract. That season was spent mostly in the D-League with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants where he'd put up good, but not great, numbers.
Samb was involved in the Nuggets-Pistons Allen Iverson-Chauncey Billups swap the following Summer, but after failing to impress in Denver he was traded to the Clippers halfway through the season. The Clippers weren't impressed either, though, and he was released a month and a half in before ending his season on a couple of 10-day contracts with the Knicks.
Samb signed a one-month contract in October with Real Madrid, played two minutes in one game, and was released when the contract was up in November.
I have no idea what he's been doing since, but he's lengthy!