Charge announces the list of training camps

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October 24, 2022 – NBA G League (G League) – Cleveland Charge Press Release

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Charge of the NBA G League has finalized its slate of training camps ahead of the 2022-23 season. The group is made up of 15 players who will face off at the team’s training camp opener tomorrow at Cleveland Clinic Courts.


The Charge roster is led by Cleveland Cavaliers two-way players F Mamadi Diakite and F Isaiah Mobley. Four players also spent time in training camp with the Cavs and will join the Charge as affiliate players: G Sharife Cooper, G Didi Louzada, F Jamorko Pickett and F Chandler Vaudrin. G Nate Hinton was also in training camp with the Cavs last month, with the Charge acquiring the rights earlier this offseason in a trade.

The Charge will bring three players to training camp from their local open try: G/F Jermaine Haley, G Djimon Henson and F Gabe Osabuohien. The only returning rights player joining last year’s squad is G Jordan Allen.

Cleveland had the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA G League Draft last Saturday, selecting G Sam Merrill. The charge also took G/F Rashad Vaughn with the 1st pick in the second round and G Remy Martin with the 11th pick in the second round. Originally selecting F JJ Moore with the 1st pick in the third round, the Charge traded his playing rights to the Ontario Clippers in exchange for the playing rights of F Chris Walker, who will join the team in camp.

NBA G League teams must submit their final regular season rosters by 5 p.m. on Nov. 3. The detailed list of Charge training camp is below:

# PLAYER POS HEIGHT WEIGHT DATE OF BIRTH SCHOOL ACQUIRED

55 G Jordan Allen 6-4 195 3/14/1998 Runner Returns

2 G Sharife Cooper 6-1,180 6/11/2001 Auburn Affiliate

21 F Mamadi Diakité 6-9 224 01/21/1997 Virginia Bidirectional

10 G/F Jermaine Haley 6-7 215 04/30/1997 West Virginia Open Trial

32 G Djimon Henson 6-3 195 15/06/1998 Morehead State Open Trial

14 G/F Nate Hinton 6-5 210 6/8/1999 Houston Trade

0 G Didi Louzada 6-5 188 02/07/1999 Brazil Subsidiary

11 G Remy Martin 6-0 175 6/16/1998 Kansas Draft

5 G Sam Merrill 6-4 197 5/15/1996 Utah State Draft

15 F Isaiah Mobley 6-10 240 9/24/1999 USC two way

3 F Gabe Osabuohien 6-7 235 10/27/1988 West Virginia Open Trial

24 F Jamorko Pickett 6-9 206 24/12/1997 Georgetown Affiliate

1 F Chandler Vaudrin 6-7 210 06/26/1997 Winthrop Subsidiary

20 G/F Rashad Vaughn 6-6 202 16/08/1996 UNLV Project

23 F Chris Walker 6-9 200 12/22/1994 Florida Trade

Head Coach – Mike Gerrity (USC)

Associate Head Coach – Chris Darnell (William and Mary)

Assistant Coach – Kendall Chones (Colgate)

Assistant Coach – Omar Cook (St. John’s)

Assistant Coach – DJ Ham (Northwood)

Assistant Coach Program Apprentice/Scout – Daniel Gibson (Texas)

Video Coordinator – Willie Williams (Cleveland State)

Head Athletic Coach – Takuya Kikuchi (Oregon State)

Cleveland Clinic Athletic Coach – Manny Economos (Indiana)

Strength and Conditioning Coach – Jamie Pasquin (Springfield College)

The 2022-23 Charge season opens at CSU’s Wolstein Center on Friday, November 4 at 7 p.m. against the Motor City Cruise! To access. Excitement. Assess. Memories. Fun… Load!! Yes, fans will see great hoops, but they’ll also experience a bucket of fun when they watch a Cleveland Charge game! Paid season passes that include top seat locations, year-round member experiences, exclusive merchandise, access to Cavs tickets and more start at just $5 per game and are on sale now!

Charge group rides are also on sale with tickets starting at just $5 per seat! Special fan experience packages include: on-court basketball games and experiences, band and choir performances, five-player tunnels, color guards, national anthems and more are NOW available for the 2022-23 season. Please call 216-420-2730 to speak to one of our representatives or fill out the form here for more information.

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