NBA 2K23 Summer League 2022 Coverage from Las Vegas, with Many Top
2022 NBA Draft Selections Expected to be in Action, Starts Thursday, July 7
NBA TV’s Summer League coverage – the first opportunity to see many of the NBA’s top rookies in action – will feature more than 40 live game telecasts beginning Saturday, July 2.
The network’s upcoming schedule will include live game telecasts from NBA 2K23 Summer League in Las Vegas, Salt Lake City Summer League presented by America First Credit Union and California Classic Summer League in San Francisco.
NBA TV’s first day of coverage will feature the 2022 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors hosting the Sacramento Kings – with No. 4 overall pick Keegan Murray – from Chase Center on Saturday, July 2, at 7:30 p.m. ET. Coverage from the California Classic will continue through Tuesday, July 5.
Salt Lake City will showcase the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday, July 7, at 6 p.m., followed by the Memphis Grizzlies vs. the Utah Jazz at 8 p.m.
The network will present 37 live game telecastsfrom Las Vegas from July 8-17at the Thomas & Mack Center and COX Pavilion. The schedule will include appearances by all five teams at the top of this year’s NBA Draft – the Orlando Magic, Thunder, Houston Rockets, Kings and Detroit Pistons.
The network’s on-site commentators in Las Vegas will include analysts Isiah Thomas, Greg Anthony, Jim Jackson, Brendan Haywood, Steve Smith and Sam Mitchell. Matt Winer, Stephanie Ready, Chris Miles, Jared Greenberg, Meghan McPeak, Noah Eagle and Michael Grady will share play-by-play responsibilities. Dennis Scott, Nabil Karim, Chris Haynes, Ashley Shahahmadi, Jason Dumas and Zora Stephenson will serve as reporters.
For a full schedule for telecasts from all three NBA Summer Leagues, click here.
Bleacher Report will be in Las Vegas capturing the unique energy around Summer League. Special live programming will include a Summer League edition of the popular Taylor Rooks X vodcast.
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