ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- The Milwaukee Bucks announced a roster of 18 players for their summer league entry Tuesday, highlighted by second-year forward John Henson and rookie point guard Nate Wolters.
Joining Henson and Wolters from the current roster are point guard Ish Smith and power forward Gustavo Ayon.
Dominique Jones and Demetris Nichols bring NBA experience to the summer league roster, while former Marquette point guard Junior Cadougan and former Wisconsin forward Mike Bruesewitz will also play with the Bucks.
All 18 players will participate in practices at the Cousins Center but are not guaranteed to make the trip to Las Vegas for the summer league.
The Bucks will play three games from July 12-16 in Las Vegas, followed by a single elimination tournament to crown the first-ever summer league champion.
First round pick Giannis Antetokounmpo won't play with the Bucks in summer league due to commitments with the Greek national team.
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