NBA Summer League 2014: ESPN3 will supplement NBATV Las Vegas coverage


You won’t have to purchase NBA Summer League Live to watch every game in Las Vegas. Instead, ESPN will supplement NBATV coverage by adding games to ESPN3.

In a press release (via Zap2It), ESPN will broadcast nearly every game live on their digital service that NBATV won’t be broadcasting. Here’s the schedule:

DateTime (ET)GameNetworks
Fri, Jul 118:30 p.m.Golden State Warriors vs. Charlotte HornetsESPN3
 10:30 p.m.NBA D-League Select Team vs. New Orleans PelicansESPN3
Sat, Jul 126:30 p.m.Dallas Mavericks vs. Minnesota TimberwolvesESPN3
 8:30 p.m.Chicago Bulls vs. Los Angeles ClippersESPN3
 10 p.m.Houston Rockets vs. Miami HeatESPN3
Sun, Jul 136:30 p.m.Atlanta Hawks vs. NBA D-League Select TeamESPN3
 8:30 p.m.Portland Trail Blazers vs. Houston RocketsESPN3
 10:30 p.m.Washington Wizards vs. Minnesota TimberwolvesESPN3
Mon, Jul 146:30 p.m.San Antonio Spurs vs. New Orleans PelicansESPN3
 8:30 p.m.Miami Heat vs. Los Angeles ClippersESPN3
 10:30 p.m.Utah Jazz vs. Milwaukee BucksESPN3
Tue, Jul 156:30 p.m.Miami Heat vs. Washington WizardsESPN3
 8:30 p.m.Utah Jazz vs. Denver NuggetsESPN3
Wed, Jul 166:30 p.m.#12 Seed vs. #21 Seed (Game 40)ESPN3
 8:30 p.m.#14 Seed vs. #19 Seed (Game 42)ESPN3
 10:30 p.m.#16 Seed vs. #17 Seed (Game 44)ESPN3
Thu, Jul 176:30 p.m.#5 Seed vs. Winner of Game 40 (Game 48)ESPN3
8:30 p.m.#3 Seed vs. Winner of Game 42 (Game 50)ESPN3
10:30 p.m.#1 Seed vs. Winner of Game 44 (Game 52)ESPN3
Fri, Jul 184:30 p.m.Loser of Game 39 vs. Loser of Game 40 (Game 54)ESPN3
6:30 p.m.Loser of Game 43 vs. Loser of Game 44 (Game 56)ESPN3
8:30 p.m.Loser of Game 47 vs. Loser of Game 48 (Game 58)ESPN3
 10:30 p.m.Loser of Game 51 vs. Loser of Game 52 (Game 60)ESPN3

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The quarterfinals, semifinals, and final will be archived on ESPN3, but it will not be shown live. All of those games can be seen live on NBATV, however.

Sage Steele will host desk coverage beginning on Monday. She’ll be joined by P.J. Carlesimo, Avery Johnson, Tom Penn, and Chris Broussard throughout the week.

The NBA is getting quite a bit of coverage nationally during the offseason, and it looks like it will continue up until the season begins with free agency, the NBA Summer League, and the upcoming FIBA world championships in August.

Better yet, for those that have access to ESPN3, they’ll be able to watch all the former Cyclones compete live.