PORTLAND, Ore. -- Dotted across the rosters of NBA summer league teams are former Oregon Ducks players.

Three players from the 2016-17 squad, which lost in the NCAA semifinal to North Carolina, were picked in the second round of the NBA draft earlier this month.

Jordan Bell was drafted by the Chicago Bulls and traded to the Golden State Warriors, Dillon Brooks was picked by the Houston Rockets and traded to the Memphis Grizzlies, and Tyler Dorsey was selected by the Atlanta Hawks.

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Joining Bell on the Warriors’ summer-league team are former teammates Dylan Ennis and Elgin Cook, who played in the NBA Developmental League last season. Chris Boucher is also on the roster, but he won't play while he rehabs from a left ACL injury.

Before joining the Warriors in Las Vegas, Ennis suited up for the Thunder’s summer-league squad in Orlando. Former Oregon Ducks guard Joe Young, who has played 74 games the past two seasons with the Pacers, played on Indiana's summer-league team in Orlando.

Competition in Orlando wrapped up Thursday, and the Las Vegas summer league began Friday.

For the first time, every summer-league game will be televised, either by NBATV or one of the ESPN channels.

Here’s a look at some prime matchups to watch (or DVR), followed by the full schedule of summer league games featuring former Ducks.

<div> Former Oregon Ducks forward Jordan Bell, right, now a member of the Golden State Warriors, battles for position with 76ers forward Jonah Bolden on Saturday, July 8, 2017, in Las Vegas. (Photo: Joe Camporeale, USA TODAY Sports)</div>

Las Vegas Summer League

Friday, July 7

Nets 75, Hawks 72
Dorsey had two points and one rebound in 16 minutes off the bench. He hit one of two shots but missed all three of his free-throw attempts. Fellow rookie John Collins had eight point and 11 rebounds in 24 minutes for the Hawks. Box score.

Saturday, July 8

Grizzlies 91, Wizards 88
Brooks came off the bench for Memphis and had six points, five rebounds and two steals in 23 minutes. Box score.

76ers 95, Warriors 93
All four former Ducks came off the bench. Bell had eight points, four rebounds and two blocks in 13 minutes. Ennis had six points in 11 minutes and Cook scored four points and had two rebounds in 10 minutes. Boucher didn't play, as he continues to rehab from an ACL injury. Markelle Fultz, the No. 1 overall pick in this summer's draft, left the game with an ankle injury. He scored eight points in 15 minutes but made only 3 of 12 shots. Box score.

Sunday, July 9

Hawks 84, Pelicans 82
Dorsey played 14 minutes off the bench and had four points and one rebound. He made 2 of his 6 shot attempts and missed his only 3-pointer. Fellow rookie John Collins had 22 points and 10 rebounds for the Hawks. Box score.

Grizzlies 81, Kings 75
Brooks had six points and two assists in 19 minutes off the bench for the Grizzlies. He made 1 of 5 shots and 4 of 6 free throws. The Kings were led by rookie guard DeAndre Fox, who had 17 points, five rebounds, four assists and three steals. He also had five turnovers and seven fouls. Box score.

Monday, July 10

Hawks 75, Bulls 55
Dorsey played six minutes off the bench and finished with two points and two reounds. He made 1 of 3 shots and missed his only 3-pointer. Rookie big man John Collins continued to impress for the Hawks with 15 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks. Bulls rookie Lauri Markkanen had eight points, nine rebounds and four blocks but he shot 1 for 13 from the field and missed all 10 of his 3-point attempts. Box score.

Cavaliers 91, Warriors 74
Bell played the most minutes of the three former Ducks who got into the game for the Warriors. In 14 minutes, he had eight rebounds, three assists, two points and a steal. Ennis played 10 minutes and had for points, a steal and three turnovers. And Cook scored nine points in six minutes, hitting 3 of 5 shots, including his only 3-pointer. He also had two steals. Box score.

Tuesday, July 11

Grizzlies 84, Jazz 81, OT
Brooks had a breakout game with 24 points and six rebounds in 25 minutes off the bench. Brooks hit 9 of 11 shots, including four of five 3-pointers. He also had two steals and a block. Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell had 37 points and eight steals Box score.

Timberwolves 78, Warriors 76, 2OT
What a game for Bell, who got the start and played 32 minutes. He had 11 rebounds, six blocks, five steals, five assists and five points (2-2 from the field and 1-1 from the free-throw line). He also had a plus-minus of +27 in the game. Ennis had eight points and two assists in 17 minutes, making 2 of 7 shots. And Cook had two points in 12 minutes, shooting 1 for 5. Box score.


Wednesday, July 12
First round

Pelicans 105, Hawks 95
Dorsey did not play for Atlanta in Wednesday's game. Rookie John Collins led the Hawks with 25 points and nine rebounds. Box score.

Warriors 77, Timberwolves 69
Bell started for the second game in a row and had 16 rebounds, three blocks, a steal and six points. He also had six turnovers. Cook played 15 minutes off the bench and hit five of seven shots for 12 points. He also had four rebounds and four turnovers. Ennis missed all three of his shots and finished with one point and two rebounds in 10 minutes. Box score.

Thursday, July 13
Second round

Celtics 93, Warriors 69
Bell had four points, six rebounds, three steals and two blocks in 19 minutes in the Warriors' fifth and final summer-league game. Bell averaged five points, nine rebounds, two steals and 2.6 blocks in the five games. Ennis had two points in 12 minutes and Cook had one point in seven minutes. Box score.

Grizzlies 102, Suns 98
Memphis advanced to the quarterfinals with the win. Brooks got the start and played 20 minutes. He struggled with his shot, missing 8 of 10 shots, and ended up with seven points, five rebounds and three assists. Box score.

Friday, July 14
Consolation round

Hawks 92, Rockets 86
Dorsey did not play in the game. Box score.

Saturday, July 15
Championship round

Grizzlies 98, Heat 95
Brooks continued his strong contributions off the bench with 14 points, four steals and two rebounds in 26 minutes. He made 5 of 11 shots, including 1 of 3 from the 3-point line. The Grizzlies play the Trail Blazers in the semifinals Sunday. Box score.

Sunday, July 16
Championship round

Trail Blazers 87, Grizzlies 82
Summer league ended in the semifinals against the Trail Blazers, but Brooks went out strong, finishing with a team-high 16 points off the bench. Brooks averaged 10.4 points and 3.1 rebounds per game. Game story and box score.

Orlando Summer League

Saturday, July 1

Pacers 85, Magic 74
Joe Young played 24 points and had 11 points and six assists in the Pacers' 85-74 win. Box score.

Thunder 92, Pistons 91
Dylan Ennis played 5 minutes and had two points in the Thunder's 92-91 win. Box score.

Sunday, July 2

Pacers 84, Hornets 77
Young continued to play well as the Pacers improved to 2-0. Young had 14 points and seven assists in 27 minutes. Box score.

Monday, July 3

Thunder 99, Knicks 87
Ennis played only 3 minutes off the bench. He hit his only shot, a 3-pointer, and finished with three points, one rebound and one assist. Knicks rookie Frank Ntilikina did not play because of a sore right knee. Box score.

Pacers 86, Heat 83
Young had 17 points, six rebounds and six assists in 28 minutes to lead Indiana to its third consecutive victory. Rookie T.J. Leaf had a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Pacers. Young is averaging 14 points and 6.3 assists per game. Miami rookie Bam Adebayo had 29 points, 11 rebounds and two blocked shots. Box score.

Tuesday, July 4

Hornets 95, Thunder 81
Ennis got the start for Oklahoma City and finished with 13 points, four assists and two rebounds in 31 minutes. He made four of his five 3-point attempts. Charlotte first-round draft pick Malik Monk didn't play. Box score.

Mavericks 94, Pacers 79
Young had 10 points and four assists in 26 minutes for Indiana. Former Blazer Luis Montero had seven points and five rebounds in 25 minutes off the bench for the Mavericks. Box score.

Wednesday, July 5

Mavericks 96, Thunder 75
Ennis started for the second consecutive game and scored nine points in 27 minutes. He made only two of eight shots, including two of his six 3-point attempts. Ennis also had five rebounds, an assist and a steal. Montero, who played the 2015-16 season with the Blazers, made all five of his 3-point attempts and scored 16 points for Dallas in 19 minutes off the bench. He also had five rebounds, five assists and three steals. Box score.

Thursday, July 6

Third-place game
Pacers 89, Thunder 80
Indiana won, but Young didn't play in the final game. He ended up averaging 13 points and 5.7 assists and is hoping to earn the backup point guard position for the Pacers next season. Ennis started again for the Thunder and had 14 points and five rebounds in 29 minutes. He made 5 of 12 shots, including 4 of 10 3-point attempts. Ennis ended league play in Orlando averaging 8.2 points. In the final three games, all starts, he averaged 12 points per game. He'll play for the Warriors' summer-league team in Las Vegas, starting Saturday. Box score.