NBA Summer League 2012 Schedule, TV Information And More

The 2012 NBA Summer League continues Monday afternoon at the COX Pavilion and the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. The Summer League is a great way to see rookies and players trying to make their way onto NBA rosters, including No. 1 overall pick Anthony Davis.

Davis will take the court as a member of the New Orleans Hornets alongside fellow rookie Austin Rivers to take on the Milwaukee Bucks in the final Summer League game of the day.

The Cavaliers will take the court without Kyrie Irving, who suffered a broken hand and will be sidelined for most of the summer. Meanwhile, Thomas Robinson will look to show well again for the Sacramento Kings as they take on the Houston Rockets and rookies Jeremy Lamb and Terrence Jones.

NBA Summer League Schedule For Monday, July 16 (all times Eastern)

· COX Pavilion

4 p.m. -- Atlanta vs. Boston
6 p.m. -- Dallas vs. Toronto
8 p.m. -- Cleveland vs. NBA D-League
10 p.m. -- Los Angeles (Clippers) vs. Minnesota

· Thomas & Mack Center

6:30 p.m. -- Houston vs. Sacramento
8:30 p.m. -- Los Angeles (Lakers) vs. Miami
10:30 p.m. -- Milwaukee vs. New Orleans

You can watch every game of the 2012 Summer League on NBA TV or via a subscription to Summer League Broadband.

For more on the Orlando Pro Summer League and the Las Vegas Summer League, visit this StoryStream.

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