Tomorrow's Nuggets Stars Set For NBA Summer League

67 games, 11 days, one champion.

The Denver Nuggets will tip off NBA Summer League play on July 12 at 4 p.m. MT in their first game over the course of the 11-day event at the Thomas & Mack Center and COX Pavilion on the campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas.

For the second consecutive year, the event will feature a tournament-style schedule, culminating in the crowning of the NBA Summer League 2014 Champion on Monday, July 21. Each of the participating teams will play three games apiece between July 11 and 15 before being seeded in the tournament, which tips off on July 16 and runs through the Championship Game on July 21. Each team will play no fewer than five games during NBA Summer League 2014.

NBA TV’s coverage of the NBA Summer League will begin in COX Pavilion on July 11 with a four-game slate. The network will televise all 67 games, including a total of 38 games live during the event, including the Championship Game on July 21. In addition, fans will again be able to watch, via a subscription-based package, every NBA Summer League game live at http://nba.com/summerleague and on the NBA Summer League app. A complete broadcast schedule is below.

The first day of games will also feature a 5 p.m. contest in COX Pavilion between the Cleveland Cavaliers, who own the first overall selection in the 2014 NBA Draft presented by State Farm, and the Milwaukee Bucks, who will make the second pick in the draft. Top prospects this year include Australia’s Dante Exum, Duke’s Jabari Parker, Indiana’s Noah Vonleh, Kansas’s Joel Embiid and Andrew Wiggins, and Kentucky’s Julius Randle.

Tomorrow’s brightest stars often get their start at NBA Summer League, with seven of the last nine Kia NBA Rookie of the Year Award winners having taken part in action in Las Vegas. Two years removed from his MVP turn at NBA Summer League in 2012, Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers was recently named to the All-NBA Third Team. NBA Summer League success is not always reserved for high first-round picks, with the New York Knicks’ Tim Hardaway Jr., the 24th overall pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, turning a strong showing in Las Vegas last summer into a spot on the 2013-14 NBA All-Rookie First Team.

Tickets for Samsung NBA Summer League are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting NBATickets.com, or by calling 702-739-FANS.

Below is the complete schedule for 2014 NBA Summer League. Please note all times listed are Mountain.


NBA Summer League 2014 Game Schedule

All Times listed are MOUNTAIN

* denotes broadcast live on NBA TV


Friday, July 11

COX Pavilion

2 PM – New York vs. Dallas* (Game 1)
4 PM – Toronto vs. LA Lakers* (Game 2)
6 PM – Cleveland vs. Milwaukee* (Game 3)
8 PM – Sacramento vs. San Antonio* (Game 5)

Thomas & Mack

6:30 PM – Golden State vs. Charlotte (Game 4)
8:30 PM – NBA D-League vs. New Orleans (Game 6)


Saturday, July 12

COX Pavilion

2 PM – Portland vs. New York* (Game 7)
4 PM – Toronto vs. Denver* (Game 9)
6 PM – Phoenix vs. Golden State* (Game 11)
8 PM – Houston vs. Miami (Game 13)

Thomas & Mack

2:30 PM – Atlanta vs. Washington (Game 8)
4:30 PM – Dallas vs. Minnesota (Game 10)
6:30 PM – Chicago vs. LA Clippers (Game 12)
8:30 PM – Utah vs. Philadelphia* (Game 14)


Sunday, July 13

COX Pavilion

2 PM – Cleveland vs. San Antonio* (Game 15)
4 PM – Sacramento vs. Charlotte* (Game 17)
6 PM – Chicago vs. Denver* (Game 19)
8 PM – Milwaukee vs. Phoenix* (Game 21)

Thomas & Mack

2:30 PM – LA Lakers vs. New Orleans (Game 16)
4:30 PM – Atlanta vs. NBA D-League (Game 18)
6:30 PM – Portland vs. Houston (Game 20)
8:30 PM – Washington vs. Minnesota (Game 22)


Monday, July 14

COX Pavilion

2 PM – New York vs. Charlotte* (Game 23)
4 PM – Toronto vs. Dallas* (Game 25)
6 PM – Cleveland vs. Philadelphia* (Game 27)
8 PM – Golden State vs. LA Lakers* (Game 29)

Thomas & Mack

2:30 PM – Sacramento vs. NBA D-League (Game 24)
4:30 PM – San Antonio vs. New Orleans (Game 26)
6:30 PM – Miami vs. LA Clippers (Game 28)
8:30 PM – Utah vs. Milwaukee (Game 30)


Tuesday, July 15

COX Pavilion

2 PM – Portland vs. Atlanta* (Game 31)
4 PM – LA Clippers vs. Houston* (Game 33)
6 PM – Philadelphia vs. Phoenix* (Game 35)

Thomas & Mack

2:30 PM – Chicago vs. Minnesota (Game 32)
4:30 PM – Miami vs. Washington (Game 34)
6:30 PM – Utah vs. Denver (Game 36)


Wednesday, July 16

COX Pavilion

2 PM – # 9 Seed vs. #24 Seed* (Game 37)
4 PM – #11 Seed vs. #22 Seed* (Game 39)
6 PM – #13 Seed vs. #20 Seed* (Game 41)
8 PM – #15 Seed vs. #18 Seed* (Game 43)

Thomas & Mack

2:30 PM – #10 Seed vs. #23 Seed (Game 38)
4:30 PM – #12 Seed vs. #21 Seed (Game 40)
6:30 PM – #14 Seed vs. #19 Seed (Game 42)
8:30 PM – #16 Seed vs. #17 Seed (Game 44)


Thursday, July 17

COX Pavilion

2 PM – #8 Seed vs. Winner of Game 37* (Game 45)
4 PM – #6 Seed vs. Winner of Game 39* (Game 47)
6 PM – #4 Seed vs. Winner of Game 41* (Game 49)
8 PM – #2 Seed vs. Winner of Game 43* (Game 51)

Thomas & Mack

2:30 PM – #7 Seed vs. Winner of Game 38(Game 46)
4:30 PM – #5 Seed vs. Winner of Game 40 (Game 48)
6:30 PM – #3 Seed vs. Winner of Game 42 (Game 50)
8:30 PM – #1 Seed vs. Winner of Game 44 (Game 52)


Friday, July 18

COX Pavilion

2 PM – Game 37 Loser vs. Game 38 Loser* (Game 53)
4 PM – Game 41 Loser vs. Game 42 Loser* (Game 55)
6 PM – Game 45 Loser vs. Game 46 Loser* (Game 57)
8 PM – Game 49 Loser vs. Game 50 Loser* (Game 59)

Thomas & Mack

2:30 PM – Game 39 Loser vs. Game 40 Loser (Game 54)
4:30 PM – Game 43 Loser vs. Game 44 Loser (Game 56)
6:30 PM – Game 47 Loser vs. Game 48 Loser (Game 58)
8:30 PM – Game 51 Loser vs. Game 52 Loser (Game 60)


Saturday, July 19

Thomas & Mack

2 PM – Game 46 Winner vs. Game 51 Winner* (Game 61)
4 PM – Game 47 Winner vs. Game 50 Winner* (Game 62)
6 PM – Game 45 Winner vs. Game 52 Winner* (Game 63)
8 PM – Game 48 Winner vs. Game 49 Winner* (Game 64)


Sunday, July 20

Thomas & Mack

4 PM – Game 61 Winner vs. Game 62 Winner* (Game 65)
6 PM – Game 63 Winner vs. Game 64 Winner*(Game 66)


Monday, July 21

Thomas & Mack

7 PM – Game 65 Winner vs. Game 66 Winner* (Game 67)