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Your Brooklyn Nets summer league viewing guide

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Rondae Hollis-Jefferson at LVSL Brooklyn Nets

The Nets officially released their summer league roster Monday, four days before their first game in the Las Vegas Summer League. There were no surprises.

Although the Nets pulled no surprises, we have one. We’ve gotten Charles Maniego to prepare individual player cards for all 15 Summer League players, each with all the data you’ll need to start watching Friday at 2 p.m. ET. Just click on the links.

First, the five Nets who will play in Las Vegas: Archie Goodwin, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Spencer Dinwiddie, Caris LeVert and Isaiah Whitehead have all signed on. In addition, two members of the Long Island Nets last season, J.J. Moore and Prince Ibeh, are on the roster.

The Nets have also signed six players who weren’t taken in last month’s draft: Jake Wiley a 6’7” forward out of Eastern Washington; Jeremy Senglin , a 6’2” shooting guard out of Weber State; Milton Doyle, a 6’4” point guard out of Loyola Chicago, Tahjere McCall, a 6’5” swingman out of Tennessee State; Rodney Pryor, a 6’4” shooting guard out of Georgetown; and Kamari Murphy, a 6’8” power forward out of Miami, a Brooklyn native.

Finally, the Nets signed two players who spent last year in Europe, Vincent Poirier, a 6’11” center who played at Paris Lavellois in the French League, and Nathan Boothe, a 6’10” stretch 4 who played for The Flexx Pistoia in the Italian League.

The Nets also confirmed that first round pick Jarrett Allen won’t play due to the injury, specifically a hip flexor. Still, he has a Maniego Card

Of the undrafted set, Wiley and Senglin are the players sparking the most interest. Both reportedly received partial guarantees from Brooklyn and Wiley appears to have a two-way contract with Brooklyn and Long Island.

Wiley is a hyperathletic forward who played basketball, football and track at Montana before winding up in Eastern Washington, where he was Big Sky Conference Player of the year. Senglin was the most prolific three-point shooter in the NCAA Division 1 last year with 132 makes, a pace of nearly four a game. He made 44 percent of them.

Charles Maniego produced “player cards” for all 15 players.

Kenny Atkinson and his staff will handle coaching duties, augmented by two assistants from Europe, Sasa Obradovic, the Serbian-born coach of Lokomotiv Kuban in Russia and Damir Mulaomerović, the coach of Cibona Zagreb in Croatia.