Sport: Paolo Banchero, Dejounte Murray headline full rosters in Jamal Crawford's CrawsOver Pro-Am

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As the NBA offseason rolls on, some of the league's biggest and brightest stars remain in the spotlight with appearances at summer pro-am leagues.

We've seen DeMar DeRozan and LeBron James shut down Los Angeles' Drew League. Now, the Pacific Northwest gets a piece of the action as The CrawsOver Pro-Am gets underway in Seattle.

In addition to the league's namesake, Jamal Crawford, The CrawsOver features over a dozen players with NBA ties, including 2022 No. 1 overall pick Paolo Banchero and Hawks All-Star guard Dejounte Murray.

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While other obligations might keep these players from suiting up in every game, you should be able to count on seeing them show up and show out at least once. Opening weekend saw Raptors guard Malachi Flynn turn in a 73-point performance, while Crawford scored 46 points and flirted with a triple-double in three quarters of action.

Crawford also announced that 2022 No. 2 overall pick Chet Holmgren will be playing this weekend. It's unclear which team he will be playing for.

Who is playing in The CrawsOver Pro-Am in 2022? Below find a list of each team's roster as well as a schedule of the action, which is free to attend at Seattle Pacific University.

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Who is playing in Jamal Crawford's CrawsOver Pro-Am League?

Along with Banchero, Crawford, Flynn and Murray, some notable players with NBA ties that appear on CrawsOver rosters include MarJon Beauchamp, Bogdan Bogdanovic, Tari Eason, Jalen McDaniels, Kevin Porter Jr., Nate Robinson and Isaiah Thomas.

Here is a list of the rosters of all eight participating teams.

Dream Team

  • Jamal Crawford
  • Elijah Foster
  • Nashawn George
  • Jackson Grant
  • Jordon King
  • Dejuan Miller
  • Keiwuan Miller
  • Tony Miller
  • Micah Monroe
  • Fuquan Niles
  • Kevin Porter Jr.
  • Jawan Stepney
  • Eric Turner
  • Brendan Westendorf

Ball Is Life

  • O'Shea Barquet
  • Bogdan Bogdanovic
  • Marcus Bradford
  • Derek Brown
  • Michael Carter
  • Tari Eason
  • Kelly Edwards
  • Trey Edwards
  • DJ Fenner
  • Zane Foster
  • Mike Henn
  • Nic Lynch
  • Justus Rainwater
  • Nate Robinson
  • Kadeem Steward
  • Cam Tyson

The Sonics

  • Kwame Bates
  • BJ Blake
  • PJ Fuller
  • Marcus Golder
  • Jamon Kemp
  • Jalen McDaniels
  • Malik Montoya
  • Keon Minnifield
  • Justin Moore
  • Jaylen Nowell
  • Juani Newton
  • Zach Paulsen
  • Hezekiah Quinlan
  • Shadeed Shabazz
  • Justin White

The Unit

  • Alphonso Anderson
  • MarJon Beauchamp
  • Syon Blackmon
  • Davon Bolton
  • Terrell Brown
  • Pierre Cockrell
  • Winston Cole
  • Sam Cunliff
  • James Edwards
  • Demonte Flannigan
  • Tyler Linhardt
  • Braxton Meah
  • Dawit Nuguse
  • Braden Smith
  • Isaiah Thomas
  • Clayton Whitman
  • Dom Williams

PNW Rain

  • Tyler Amaya
  • Cole Bajema
  • DeAndre Dixon
  • Rob Harris
  • Tucker Haymond
  • Daulton Hommes
  • Tramaine Isabell
  • Nehemie Kabey
  • Josh Martin
  • D'Angelo Minnis
  • Ishmael Muhammad
  • Jeff Perkins
  • George Reidy
  • Avery Shearer
  • Erick Thomas
  • JD Tisdale
  • Langston Wilson
  • Isaiah Yanni

Washington's Finest

  • Sheldon Adams
  • Shaw Anderson
  • Malik Barnes
  • Kevon Brooks
  • Naz Carter
  • Ed Chang
  • Malachi Flynn
  • Dom Green
  • John Hart
  • Elijah Herron
  • Jalen McGruder
  • Boaz Quinlan
  • Jaylyn Richardson
  • Khalil Shabazz
  • Stevie Smith
  • Tavier Tinnin
  • Vick Toor
  • Noah Williams

Real Ballers

  • James Agany
  • Paolo Banchero
  • Fred Brown
  • David Crisp
  • JD Darrett
  • Robert Franks
  • Riley Grigsby
  • Anthony Iglesias
  • Franck Kepng
  • Trazil Lane
  • Richard McCalop
  • Dejounte Murray
  • Eric Roach
  • Tijohn Rodde
  • Maui Sze
  • Irwin Weary
  • Kiante Woods

Worldwide SM

  • Kevin Baker
  • Rylan Bergerson
  • Vince Bouman
  • Aaron Broussard
  • Brandon Brown
  • Rakim Brown
  • Myles Carter
  • Simeon Carter
  • Sindhu Diallo
  • Micah Downs
  • Trey Drechsel
  • Abdul Gaddy
  • Andrew Gordon
  • Steven Gray
  • Jesse Hunt
  • Trevor Jasinsky
  • Chris Johnson
  • DeAndre Jones
  • Darius Lubom
  • Aundree Polk
  • Ahmad Rorie
  • Xavier Smith
  • Al Snow
  • Latwan Turner
  • Isaiah Umpig
  • Rob Upshaw
  • Jacob Wiley

CrawsOver Pro-Am League Schedule

Week 2

Saturday, July 30

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Special Select Game — 3 p.m. ET

Ball is Life vs. PNW Rain — 4:30 p.m. ET

Washington's Finest vs. The Unit — 6 p.m. ET

Worldwide SM vs. The Dream Team — 7:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, July 31

Special Select Game — 3 p.m. ET

Worldwide SM vs. The Unit — 4:30 p.m. ET

PNW Rain vs. Real Ballers — 6 p.m. ET

The Sonics vs. The Dream Team — 7:30 p.m. ET

Week 3

Saturday, Aug. 13

Special Select Game — 3 p.m. ET

Ball is Life vs. PNW Rain — 4:30 p.m. ET

Washington's Finest vs. The Unit — 6 p.m. ET

Worldwide SM vs. The Dream Team — 7:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, Aug. 14

Special Select Game — 3 p.m. ET

The Sonics vs. Worldwide SM — 4:30 p.m. ET

Washington's Finest vs. PNW Rain — 6 p.m. ET

The Unit vs. Real Ballers — 7:30 p.m. ET

Week 4

Saturday, Aug. 20

Special Select Game — 3 p.m. ET

The Unit vs. PNW Rain — 4:30 p.m. ET

Washington's Finest vs. Ball is Life — 6 p.m. ET

Real Ballers vs. The Dream Team — 7:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, Aug. 21

4th place vs. 5th place — 3 p.m. ET

3rd place vs. 6th place — 4:30 p.m. ET

2nd place vs. 7th place — 6 p.m. ET

1st place vs. 8th place — 7:30 p.m. ET

Dejounte Murray serving up some spicy beef for No. 1 overall pick Paolo Banchero .
Atlanta’s newest basketball star has been doing a lot over the last couple of days. Dejounte Murray has been on a tear both on and off the court since his matchup in a ProAm game with Orlando Magic rookie and No. 1 overall pick Paolo Banchero. Murray put a nice move and ball fake on Banchero, then threw himself an alley-oop off the backboard, slammed it over the rookie, and got in his face afterward. © Image: AP Dejounte Murray is relentless. Dejounte Murray that’s sick ???? @DejounteMurray @isaiahthomas pic.twitter.

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