Kansas' Aaron Miles and Keith Langford to Join NBA Summer League Teams

June 29, 2005


Former University of Kansas guards Aaron Miles and Keith Langford have each made plans to play for NBA summer leagues, KU officials learned Wednesday.

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Miles, 6-1, will try out for both the New York Knicks and the Seattle Supersonics. He will participate on the New York summer team in Las Vegas, Nev., for games from July 6-11. The point guard will then train with the Seattle squad and play summer league games in Salt Lake City until July 22.

Langford, 6-4, leaves next week for summer league play with the Dallas Mavericks. His league will run in Los Angeles from July 8-23.

Miles averaged 9.3 points and led the Big 12 with a 7.2 assist average last season. The Portland, Ore., native ended his career No. 8 on the NCAA Division I career assists list with 954 assists – tops in KU and Big 12 history.

Langford ended his KU career No. 6 on the school-scoring list with 1,812 points. The Fort Worth, Texas, native was second on the team in scoring last season with a 14.4 point scoring average and was named second team All-Big 12.