Fourteen players will compete for the Thunder at the upcoming Orlando Pro Summer League, the team announced Friday.
The six-day event begins Sunday and goes through Friday.
No. 12 overall pick Steven Adams will make his Thunder debut, as will 26th overall selection Andre Roberson and 40th pick Grant Jerrett.
Returning players on this year's roster include Thunder guard Reggie Jackson, Jeremy Lamb and DeAndre Liggins, as well as forward Perry Jones III and Daniel Orton. Jackson, who projects to be the Thunder's sixth man this season, is expected to play in only a couple of the team's five scheduled games.
The rest of the roster includes Dwight Buycks, who competed for the Thunder in summer league last year, former Louisville swingman Kyle Kuric, former South Florida forward Ron Anderson, center Andrew Smith from Butler and guards Michael Snaer out of Florida State and Tony Taylor from George Washington.
The Thunder's opening game is at 2 p.m. Sunday against Indiana. Oklahoma City then plays host Orlando at 10 a.m. Monday, Detroit at noon Tuesday and Philadelphia at noon Wednesday.
The Thunder will have Thursday off before competing in one of five games on championship Friday.
Thunder assistant coach Rex Kalamian will coach the summer league roster.
Because of space constraints, all games are closed to the public. NBA TV, however, will air live telecasts of 24 of the 25 games in Orlando.
All summer league games can also be seen live with an online subscription to NBA Summer League Live via NBA.com and NBA Mobile. The package costs $14.99 and includes every game of the Orlando Pro Summer League, as well as the NBA Sumer League in Las Vegas. NBA TV is scheduled to televise 38 of the 61 games that will be played in Las Vegas.
The Thunder will not compete in NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. Since 2010, the team has preferred the structure of Orlando's shorter league.
The Thunder also announced Friday that it will wear a special uniform at summer league to honor those impacted by the May tornadoes. The team will debut the jersey during its game against the Pistons on Tuesday.
It is a white short-sleeve jersey that features an outline of the state of Oklahoma, with a Thunder logo in the center. The team said the uniform was designed to represent the strength and resiliency of the Oklahoma community.