Previous abstractive methods apply sequence-to-sequence structures to generate summary without a module to assist the system to detect vital mentions and relationships within a document. To address this problem, we utilize semantic graph to boost the generation performance. Firstly, we extract important entities from each document and then establish a graph inspired by the idea of distant supervision (Mintz et al., 2009). Then, we combine a Bi-LSTM with a graph encoder to obtain the representation of each graph node. A novel neural decoder is presented to leverage the information of such entity graphs. Automatic and human evaluations show the effectiveness of our technique.