After averaging 13.5 points per game and earning All-Pac-12 honors for the UA last season, Kyle Fogg is on the Houston Rockets' summer-league team.


Kyle Fogg will play for the Houston Rockets' summer-league team today when it tips off against Toronto in Las Vegas.

The former Arizona Wildcats guard went undrafted but earlier this month was invited to play on Houston's team. That didn't guarantee a spot, however.

On Thursday, Fogg tweeted he had made the cut.

The Rockets will play five games over six days in Las Vegas.

Summer-league teams typically feature first- and second-year players trying to impress NBA and other professional scouts.

Fogg averaged 13.5 points per game as an All-Pac-12 player in his senior season.