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    Live and behind the scenes from Las Vegas.
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    The official site of the NBA Summer League.
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    The complete guide for the NBA Summer League.
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    The entire schedule for all 55 games.
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    Check out NBA.com's daily photo galleries.
  • JULY 17, 2007

  • What I Did on My Summer (League) Vacation
    When I was asked to cover the NBA Summer League presented by adidas, I had two questions. A) Are the Blazers' Greg Oden and the Sonics' Kevin Durant going to be there, and B) Where is it being held?
  • JULY 16, 2007

  • Living the Fantasy: Summer League Recap
    Over the past month the Sonics have traded one dynamic duo for another and I’m here to reassure the Sonics Nation that new GM Sam Presti knows exactly what he’s doing.
  • JULY 15, 2007

  • Race to the MVP: Nate Robinson
    Moments before the Knicks took the floor for their last game at the NBA Summer League, I walked up to Nate Robinson and asked him one question. About 10 minutes later, I finally got around to asking him a second one.
  • JULY 14, 2007

  • Rockets Hit It Big With Brooks
    At the 2007 NBA Draft, the Rockets weren't one of the teams with a lottery pick. Still, after drafting Aaron Brooks with the 26th overall selection, Houston feels as if it has the winning ticket.
  • JULY 13, 2007

  • Race to the MVP Mailbag: Al Thornton
    One question into interviewing the Clippers’ Al Thornton, I knew he was the type of player that I would love to have on my team.
  • JULY 12, 2007

  • One-On-One With Mike Conley
    Known for his blazingly-quick first step, the Grizzlies’ Mike Conley is capable of getting past any defender. NBA.com’s Maurice Brooks was able to box in the No. 4 pick from this year’s draft following Memphis’ 100-76 victory against the Cavaliers in Day 7 action of the NBA Summer League presented by adidas.
  • Race to the MVP: NBA Summer League Style
    Maybe that is why even though I have been in Las Vegas since July 4, I didn’t decide to write an NBA Summer League presented by adidas version of Race to the MVP until three this morning. This is something I should have thought about doing days ago.
  • McTen: Scanning the Summer Rosters
    Before I knew it, I was scanning through every roster from the Las Vegas Summer League and the Pepsi Pro Summer League in Orlando. It was like a can of Pringles, once I popped I couldn't stop.
  • JULY 11, 2007

  • D.J. Strawberry: Better Late Than Never
    Some things in life simply go well together. For example, bald men and baseball caps, homemakers and soap operas, and flat-screen televisions and surround sound. You can add D.J. Strawberry and the Suns to that list. The athletic Strawberry was born to play in Phoenix’s run-until-you-drop system.
  • JULY 10, 2007

  • Oden’s Summer Learning Experience
    Finally you find out that Oden-Durant: The Original is off because the Blazers have decided that Oden's swollen tonsils need to come out because they are obstructing his breathing.
  • Louis Williams Q&A
    In the first game of the NBA Summer League presented by adidas, Louis Williams put the finishing touches on a Sixers' win over the Spurs with an emphatic dunk with 29 seconds to play. The point guard has been on a roll ever since, averaging 25.8 points, 4.8 assists and 5.5 rebounds in four games. NBA.com's Maurice Brooks caught up with the elusive guard for a few minutes after Philadelphia's win Tuesday.
  • JULY 9, 2007

  • Yi and Sun Q&A
    NBA.com's Mo Wang caught up with Team China Basketball's Yi Jianlian and Sun Yue.
  • Kyle Lowry: On the Mend
    Although this will officially be Kyle Lowry’s second year in the NBA, the former Villanova star probably feels like a rookie.
  • Rodney Stuckey: Let’s Get Ready to Rumble
    Trailing by six entering the final period, Pistons summer league coach Terry Porter made a game-changing adjustment. He decided to put the ball in Rodney Stuckey’s hands and let him use his athleticism to make plays.
  • JULY 8, 2007

  • Coby Karl: Only the Strong Survive
    Ask any player in the NBA and they will tell you that in order to make the league, you have to get some battle scars. Karl has his as a result of having cancerous lymph nodes removed from his throat almost three months ago. It was his second fight with cancer in a little more than a year.
  • JULY 7, 2007

  • Child’s Play: Belinelli Makes It Look Easy
    Marco Belinelli is proof that not all big-name rookies suffer from a case of the jitters in their NBA debuts.
  • Work In Progress: Darius Rice
    The destination hasn’t changed for Darius Rice, just the highway he has chosen to drive in order to get there.
  • JULY 6, 2007

  • The Duel: Yi vs. Gay
    Still, in a day full of sparkling performances by players trying to show the crowd inside Cox Pavilion what they could do, the Grizzlies’ Rudy Gay and Team China Basketball’s Yi Jianlian were the biggest stars.
  • JULY 5, 2007

  • The Wright Stuff
    Wright, the 13th overall selection at last week's NBA Draft, is used to grueling practices from his days as a star at Kansas. He felt right at home doing drills, running sprints and performing suicides for a couple of hours.