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Vegas Summer League TV Schedule 2012: When and Where to Watch Underrated Action

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Vegas Summer League TV Schedule 2012: When and Where to Watch Underrated Action
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With the frenzy created by the 2012 NBA offseason enveloping basketball fans across the world, the fun of the Vegas Summer League action is enough to hold over even the biggest diehard fan.

Now that the NBA has decided to televise EVERY Summer League game, fans that need to watch all the underrated action of the offseason can do so.

If you’re a full-blown NBA addict, NBA TV has your fix.

If you were starting a team, which of these stars would you take first?

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Where: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada / COX Pavilion, Las Vegas, Nevada

When: Friday, July 13 through Sunday, July 22

Watch: NBA TV will televise all 60 games, with 39 of them live.

Live Stream: NBA.com ($14.99 for Summer League action from July 9 through July 22)

 

 

Stars to Watch

Jeremy Lamb

The Houston Rockets have been at the center of the Dwight Howard saga this offseason, but the team they have built in spite of their attempts to trade them away is admirable. With three first-round picks, their best selection came at No. 12 when they took UConn star Jeremy Lamb.

With no clear leaders and no clear star, Lamb sees his opportunity to make an impression and is running with it. The Rocket has averaged 20.3 points so far, and there is no doubting that his success will continue.

 

Damian Lillard

The Portland Trail Blazers snagged the best all-around point guard in the 2012 draft when they took Weber State star Damian Lillard in the first round.

In his short time with the team, he has already proved that his offensive game is enough to make him the team’s starter, but his ability to facilitate his teammates is where he will separate himself in the NBA.

Lillard will be a double-double machine (points and assists).

 

Bradley Beal

While Florida Gator Brad Beal isn’t shooting the lights out like the Washington Wizards had hoped, he has shown an amazing ability to make his own shots and get to the rim when needed.

Beal must find a better rhythm if he wants to be an impact player alongside John Wall in the Wizards backcourt, but the young star’s abilities will begin to shine though as he works closer with one of the best pure point guards in the game.

Watch out for Washington’s guard duo.

 

Full Summer League Schedule 

Tuesday, July 17

COX Pavilion

4 p.m. ET – Denver vs. New York

6 p.m. ET – Washington vs. Memphis

8 p.m. ET – Portland vs. Houston

10 p.m. ET – Chicago vs. Boston

Thomas & Mack

6:30 p.m. ET – San Antonio vs. LA Lakers

8:30 p.m. ET – Cleveland vs. Phoenix

10:30 p.m. ET – Minnesota vs. Charlotte

 

Wednesday, July 18

COX Pavilion

4 p.m. ET – Milwaukee vs. Washington

6 p.m. ET – Chicago vs. Houston

8 p.m. ET – Atlanta vs. Dallas

10 p.m. ET – San Antonio vs. LA Clippers

Thomas & Mack

6:30 p.m. ET – Sacramento vs. Toronto

8:30 p.m. ET – New Orleans vs. Phoenix

10:30 p.m. ET – Golden State vs. Miami

 

Thursday, July 19

COX Pavilion

4 p.m. ET – New York vs. Toronto

6 p.m. ET – Portland vs. Atlanta

8 p.m. ET – Cleveland vs. Minnesota

10 p.m. ET – NBA D-League vs. Milwaukee

Thomas & Mack

6:30 p.m. ET – Boston vs. Sacramento

8:30 p.m. ET – LA Clippers vs. LA Lakers

10:30 p.m. ET – Charlotte vs. Denver

 

Friday, July 20

COX Pavilion

4 p.m. ET – New York vs. Cleveland

6 p.m. ET – Denver vs. Portland

8 p.m. ET – Miami vs. San Antonio

10 p.m. ET – NBA D-League vs. Phoenix

Thomas & Mack

6:30 p.m. ET – Memphis vs. Charlotte

8:30 p.m. ET – Chicago vs. Golden State

10:30 p.m. ET – Dallas vs. New Orleans

 

Saturday, July 21

COX Pavilion

4 p.m. ET – Portland vs. Miami

6 p.m. ET – Dallas vs. San Antonio

8 p.m. ET – NBA D-League vs. Minnesota

10 p.m. ET – Memphis vs. Phoenix

Thomas & Mack

6:30 p.m. ET – Golden State vs. New Orleans

8:30 p.m. ET – Chicago vs. LA Clippers

10:30 p.m. ET – Milwaukee vs. Boston

 

Sunday, July 22

COX Pavilion

4 p.m. ET – Chicago vs. Milwaukee

6 p.m. ET – Boston vs. LA Clippers

8 p.m. ET – Memphis vs. Minnesota

 

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