Jordan Bone to play for Celtics in NBA Summer League




 

Former University of Tennessee basketball player Jordan Bone will play for Boston in the NBA Summer League.

Bone played professionally in Spain last season for Basket Zaragoza.

The NBA's summer league will take place July 2-17 in three cities: San Francisco, California (July 2-3), Salt Lake City, Utah (July 5-7) and Las Vegas, Nevada (July 7-17).

Bone and the Celtics will only play in Las Vegas, Nevada. He played for the Vols from 2016-19.

Bone was a second round pick by New Orleans in the 2019 NBA draft (No. 57 overall). The former Vol played for Detroit (2019-20) and Orlando (2020-21).

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