(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Bucks will start practicing today in Las Vegas for a five-game NBA Summer League schedule that begins on Friday night against Cleveland. New head coach Jason Kidd will be on hand, but his assistant Sean Sweeney is expected to run the bench for the Summer League contests. Kidd will be busy evaluating his first-and-second year players which make up the summer rosters -- including first-round rookie forward Jabari Parker, and second-year swingman Giannis Antetokounmpo. One of Milwaukee's two second-round picks will also play -- forward-and-center Johnny O'Bryant. The Bucks' other second-rounder, Damien Inglis, will not play as he recovers from a broken foot suffered during pre-draft auditions.