Former University of Kentucky guard Mychal Mulder will play for the Toronto Raptors’ summer league squad in Las Vegas, the team announced Friday.
The Raptors will face the New Orleans Pelicans in the Las Vegas Summer League’s opening game at 6 p.m. ET on Friday, July 7.
Mulder, who is from Windsor, Canada, averaged 4.7 points and 1.5 rebounds in 10.6 minutes per game as a senior at UK.
His addition to the Raptors’ summer roster meant that all eight former Cats from this past season’s roster were drafted or found an NBA summer league opportunity.
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Three Kentucky players were drafted on June 22 — De’Aaron Fox fifth by the Sacramento Kings, Malik Monk 11th by the Charlotte Hornets and Bam Adebayo 14th by the Miami Heat.
The other four former Cats who will audition during NBA summer leagues are Isaac Humphries (Washington Wizards), Derek Willis (Detroit Pistons), Dominique Hawkins (Sacramento Kings) and Isaiah Briscoe (Philadelphia 76ers). The Sixers’ summer league roster has yet to be finalized, but Briscoe is participating in the team’s mini-camp.
A few other ex-Cats with NBA experience are also expected to participate in the NBA summer leagues, including Skal Labissiere (Kings), Alex Poythress and Aaron Harrison (76ers), Archie Goodwin (Brooklyn Nets) and Dakari Johnson (Oklahoma City Thunder).