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NBA Summer League

  • sports

    When March Madness Ends, Start Your Summer League Prep

    By Jason R. Latham

    For the first time, all 30 NBA teams will be represented in Las Vegas.

  • Seven Days

    Date Night With Spike and More

    By Bob Whitby

    If your dog’s social calendar is open this evening, perhaps you both should plan on heading Downtown to Container Park for Doggie Date Night.

  • Sports

    Seeking Rebel Redemption in the Summer League

    By Mike Grimala

    The NBA Summer League, which runs July 11-21 at the Thomas & Mack Center, sports some impressive star power, with eight of the top 10 picks in last month’s NBA Draft scheduled to suit up, including the top two picks, Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker.

  • NBA Summer League, High Roller–Style

    By Sam Glaser

    The best part of NBA Summer League is getting up close with players and coaches in the intimate setups of Cox Pavillion and the Thomas & Mack Center. While the $25 regular-admission ticket is a perfectly serviceable way to see the games, if you want to maximize those interactions you can upgrade to one of’s VIP experiences. The two-year-old VegasTechFund portfolio company offers unique game-day experiences and let me come sample the courtside treatment.

  • Fans Swarm to Vegas for NBA Summer League

    By David G. Schwartz

    While Las Vegas basketball fans won’t likely have an NBA hometeam to root for anytime soon, this month’s NBA Summer League gives them a chance to see rising talent in a setting that the “big league” faithful can only dream of.

  • Hardwood Summer

    By Matt Jacob

    NBA Summer League When: July 12-22 Where: UNLV's Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion Number of participating teams: 22 USA Basketball Showcase

  • Hoops Hotbed

    By Sean DeFrank

    With Washington Wizards rookie point guard John Wall, this year’s No. 1 overall draft pick following an All-American freshman year at Kentucky, ready to make his professional debut at the NBA Vegas Summer League, event organizers are bound to have another overwhelming success. “I think his games will be packed; I think they’ll be sold out,” says Albert Hall, vice president of business operations for the Summer League. “I think people know that for a $25 ticket, I don’t think you can get a better value in sports.”