Four former Clemson basketball players, including recent graduate Trevor Booker, have made a roster for the NBA Summer League.
The other three are 2008 seniors Cliff Hammonds and James Mays and 2009 senior Raymond Sykes.
Booker will play for the Wizards, who acquired the former Tigers in a trade with Minnesota shortly after the Timberwolves drafted him No. 23 overall.
Hammonds will be playing with the Oklahoma City team, Mays with the Indiana squad, and Sykes with Miami.
Hammonds has excelled in European leagues in Turkey and Greece the past two years, averaging double figures in points in both.
Mays has played in three leagues the past two years - including leagues in China and Puerto Rico, and the NBDL - and has averaged at least 17 points and 8 rebounds in each.
Sykes spent last season with the Sioux Falls Skyforce of the NBDL and averaged 10.5 points and 4.7 rebounds per game.