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Bobby Ray Parks, Darius Miller headline Mavericks Summer League roster

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Here's a look at which undrafted free agents and what other miscellaneous players will be joining Dallas in Las Vegas.

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The official Mavericks roster can be found here.

The Mavericks' Summer League roster will have a heavy international flavor in Las Vegas this year. The league, which starts for Dallas on July 11, hasn't been officially announced yet, but we've cobbled together the majority of the team from reports around the league.

First round pick Justin Anderson and second-year big man Dwight Powell will both have featured roles on the team, as expected. Both are under contract with the Mavericks this season and vying for real NBA minutes or even a spot in the rotation. Strong summer league performances would assist them.

Be sure to check out the schedule as we know it so far. Dates for the first three games are official while the tournament portion of Vegas will be decided later. When other members of the team are announced, we'll update this post.

Satnam Singh

Dallas' second-round draft pick Singh is expected to spend the upcoming season in the D-League himself but will also join the summer league squad. He's a 7-foot-3 center with skill.

Bobby Ray Parks (source)

Shortly after the draft, Dallas reached an agreement with Filipino guard Bobby Ray Parks to join the team for summer league after spending two years in the Philippine Basketball Association's D-League. Not much is known about his game among American fans but Parks, a 6-foot-4 swingman was a two-time MVP at the college level in the Philippines.

Darius Miller (source)

Small forward Darius Miller, a 2012 NCAA champion with Kentucky, joins the Mavs squad after three seasons with the New Orleans Pelicans.

Arturas Milaknis (source)

Milaknis, of Lithuania, is a 6-foot-4 three-point marksman and has spent most of his professional career with Žalgiris Kaunas, launching more than 400 three-point attempts last season and making 45.7 percent of them. He doesn't do much besides shoot but that skill has never been more valuable in the NBA.

Kevin Pangos (source)

The Canadian Pangos played four years at Gonzaga, where he posted double digit scoring averages every season. He was best known for solid outside shooting and taking care of the ball -- Pangos started his senior season with a ridiculous 29:1 assist to turnover ratio and finished tied third with Kentucky's Tyler Ulis in that category.

Mohammad Bahrami (source)

He was a Mavericks pre-draft workout visitor and the captain of the Iran basketball team. If you know anything about him, let us know.

Jeremy Tyler (source)

The former San Diego high school star spent last season in China after starting his career in Maccabi Haifa and bouncing between stints in the NBA D-League