2010 NBA Summer League Broadcast Schedule Announced

Once again fans will be able to watch all of the NBA Summer League action from Las Vegas by tuning in to NBA TV or logging on to NBA.com.  The 58-game schedule tips off on Friday, July 9, and continues through Sunday, July 18, as 22 NBA teams, including the 2010 NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers and a team of NBA Development League Select players, compete at the Thomas & Mack Center and the COX Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas.

NBA TV will air the full NBA Summer League schedule, including 39 games live, along with offering live daily studio programming with NBA GameTime. Fans will also have the opportunity to watch every game live on NBA.com through the NBA SUMMER LEAGUE BROADBAND.

NBA SUMMER LEAGUE BROADBAND is a subscription service offering fans a full slate of live NBA Summer League game webcasts via www.NBA.com/summerleaguebroadband.  The complete package will be $14.95 for access to all 58 games on a live basis, as well as on a video-on-demand basis for up to one week following the conclusion of the league’s final game. A late season package will also be available beginning July 15, for $9.95. 

Throughout NBA Summer League, NBA TV’s NBA GameTime will feature expert analysis from a combination of hosts, including Kyle Montgomery, Vince Cellini and analysts Eric Snow and Chris Webber, who will showcase the players, stories and news that develop this summer. In Las Vegas,  an outstanding roster of NBA TV talent will be calling and reporting the action, including: Matt Winer, Rick Kamla, Joel Myers and Chad Andrus, who will handle play by play duties; analysts Kevin McHale, Brent Barry, Steve Smith, Chris Webber, Mike Fratello, and Dennis Scott and reporters David Aldridge and Kyle Montgomery.  Shows will air beginning on Wednesday, July 7, and will air daily beginning on Friday, July 10.  On-demand video clips of the studio programming will be available on NBA.com.

Marketing partners for this year’s NBA Summer League are adidas, EA SPORTS, Gatorade and T-Mobile.

This year’s event will feature the Washington Wizards, who selected John Wall with the first overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft.  Other top five selections in this year’s draft who are expected to participate include Wesley Johnson, the fourth selection by the Minnesota Timberwolves and DeMarcus Cousins of the Sacramento Kings (fifth overall). 

Tickets for the 2010 NBA Summer League are on sale and can be purchased by calling 702-739-FANS, through UNLVtickets.com or by visiting the Thomas & Mack Center Box Office and UNLV Ticket Outlets. All general admission tickets are $25 for the day; seniors and children (aged 3-12) are $15 for the day; and children two years and under are admitted free of charge.

To subscribe to NBA SUMMER LEAGUE BROADBAND, fans may log onto www.NBA.com and follow the links for NBA SUMMER LEAGUE BROADBAND.

2010 NBA Summer League Game Schedule:
*Indicates LIVE on NBA TV
All Times listed are PACIFIC time.

Friday July 9

COX Pavilion

1 PM – Denver vs. Dallas*

3 PM – Houston vs. Phoenix*

5 PM – Detroit vs. LA Lakers*

7 PM – Golden State vs. New Orleans*

Saturday July 10 

COX Pavilion

1 PM – Toronto vs. Phoenix*

3 PM – LA Lakers vs. Denver*

5 PM – Detroit vs. Golden State*

7 PM – Dallas vs. Houston*

Sunday July 11

COX Pavilion

1 PM – New York vs. Denver*

3 PM – Portland vs. Houston*

5 PM – Washington vs. Golden State*

7 PM – Miami vs. New Orleans*

Monday July 12

COX Pavilion

1 PM – LA Lakers vs. New York*

3 PM – Sacramento vs. Detroit*

5 PM – Dallas vs. Milwaukee*

7 PM – Washington vs. LA Clippers*

Thomas & Mack

3:30 PM – San Antonio vs. Minnesota

5:30 PM – Phoenix vs. NBA D-League

7:30 PM – Memphis vs. Atlanta

Tuesday July 13

COX Pavilion

1 PM – Denver vs. Chicago*

3 PM – Cleveland vs. NBA D-League*

5 PM – Milwaukee vs. Memphis*

7 PM – Portland vs. New Orleans*

Thomas & Mack

3:30 PM – Houston vs. Toronto

5:30 PM – Sacramento vs. LA Lakers

7:30 PM – Golden State vs. Miami

Wednesday July 14

COX Pavilion

1 PM – Denver vs. Houston*

3 PM – New York vs. Toronto*

5 PM – LA Clippers vs. Chicago*

7 PM – Sacramento vs. Minnesota*

Thomas & Mack

3:30 PM – Atlanta vs. San Antonio

5:30 PM – Cleveland vs. Phoenix

7:30 PM – Detroit vs. Miami


Thursday July 15

COX Pavilion

1 PM – LA Lakers vs. San Antonio*

3 PM – Golden State vs. Phoenix*

5 PM – Washington vs. Dallas*

7 PM – LA Clippers vs. Portland*

Thomas & Mack

5:30 PM – Atlanta vs. Milwaukee

7:30 PM – NBA D-League vs. Memphis

Friday July 16

COX Pavilion

1 PM – Detroit vs. New York*

3 PM – Toronto vs. Sacramento*

5 PM – Washington vs. New Orleans*

7 PM – Memphis vs. Minnesota*

Thomas & Mack

5:30 PM – Cleveland vs. Chicago

7:30 PM – Milwaukee vs. Miami

Saturday July 17

COX Pavilion

1 PM – New York vs. Washington*

3 PM – Miami vs. Cleveland*

5 PM – LA Clippers vs. San Antonio*

7 PM – Minnesota vs. Portland*


Thomas & Mack

3:30 PM – Toronto vs. New Orleans

5:30 PM – Sacramento vs. Chicago

7:30 PM – NBA D-League vs. Atlanta

Sunday July 18

COX Pavilion

1 PM – Cleveland vs. Milwaukee*

3 PM – Chicago vs. Portland*

5 PM – Dallas vs. Sacramento*

Thomas & Mack

1:30 PM – San Antonio vs. Memphis

3:30 PM – Atlanta vs. Minnesota

5:30 PM – LA Clippers vs. NBA D-League


*Indicates LIVE on NBA TV

All Times listed are PACIFIC time.

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