Knicks’ Full Summer League Roster

Player                      Pos   Ht       Wt       Born                    College/Country     2009-10 Team        Yrs Pro
Eric Boateng           C       6-10   257    Nov. 20, 1985    Arizona State         Arizona State (NCAA)     R
Jaycee Carroll        G       6-1     187    Apr. 16, 1983     Utah State               Gran Canarias (Spain)   R
Warren Carter         F       6-9     220    Apr. 23, 1985     Illinois                       Ilisiakos (Greece)             R
Toney Douglas       G       6-2     190    May 25, 1987     Florida State           New York (NBA)               1
Patrick Ewing Jr.    F       6-8    240    May 20, 1984     Georgetown              Reno (NBADL)                 R
Olu Famutimi         G      6-5     220    Feb. 21, 1984      Arkansas                  Oyak Renault (Turkey)   R
Landry Fields         G/F  6-7     215    Jul. 27, 1987       Stanford                    Stanford (NCAA)              R
Charles Garcia       F       6-10   230   Oct. 13, 1988      Seattle                       Seattle (NCAA)                R
Ron Howard           G      6-5      200  Nov. 14, 1982      Valparaiso               Valparaiso (NCAA)         R
Chris Hunter          F/C  6-11    240   Jul. 7, 1984          Michigan                 Golden State (NBA)         1
Marcus Landry      F       6-7     230   Nov. 1, 1985         Wisconsin               Boston/New York (NBA)  1
Leo Lyons              F       6-9      225   May 25, 1987      Missouri               Hapoel Jerusalem (Israel) R
Carlos Powell         F      6-7      225   Aug. 29, 1983    South Carolina      Albuquerque (NBADL)     R
Andy Rautins         G      6-4     194   Nov. 2, 1986        Syracuse                  Syracuse (NCAA)            R
Bill Walker             G/F  6-6      230  May 25, 1987      Kansas State             New York/Boston             2
Ryan Wittman       F      6-7       210  Oct. 26, 1987      Cornell                        Cornell (NCAA)                R

Since Dwayne Wade was concerned about how Chicago didn’t look after their former stars post-career, he should check out that we even look after our former stars’ kids!  We’ve got Pat Ewing Jr. playing for us!

As per the Knicks’ website:

New York will play five games beginning on July 11, all at Cox Pavilion. For the fifth consecutive year, all five of New York’s summer league games will be televised locally on MSG. The Knicks are scheduled to play Denver, L.A. Lakers, Toronto, Detroit and Washington during the week, with all games beginning at 1:00 p.m. or 3:00 p.m. (PT). In addition, the team will hold a two-day mini-camp at Clark High School, July 9-10, with media availability following both sessions each day.

The team’s itinerary is as follows:

Practice at Clark High School
Friday, July 99:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 109:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.

Games at Cox Pavilion
Sunday, July 11vs. Denver1:00 p.m.
Monday, July 12vs. L.A. Lakers1:00 p.m.
Wednesday, July 14vs. Toronto3:00 p.m.
Friday, July 16vs. Detroit1:00 p.m.
Saturday, July 17vs. Washington1:00 p.m.

* – all times are Pacific time zone