NBA Summer League 2012 Schedule, TV Information And More

The 2012 NBA Summer League continues Wednesday, and you should be sure to check out the action, whether to see your team play or get a first look at the 2012 crop of rookies

If you're looking for a "can't miss" or at least a "gotta check it out" game, try on Chicago vs. Houston for size. Undrafted point guard Scott Machado is having a great summer, and was one of the more under-appreciated players of the 2011-2012 college basketball season. Chicago will look to counter with its prized first-round point guard selection in Marquis Teague of Kentucky.

You'll also want to monitor Milwaukee vs. Washington, as the Wizards' Bradley Beal's smooth stroke has been on display through three games, averaging 19 points on 41 percent shooting.

Here is the full schedule for Wednesday's Summer League games on the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. All times are Eastern.

COX Pavilion
4 p.m. -- Milwaukee vs. Washington
6 p.m. -- Chicago vs. Houston
8 p.m. -- Atlanta vs. Dallas
10 p.m. -- San Antonio vs. LA Clippers

Thomas & Mack Center
6:30 p.m. -- Sacramento vs. Toronto
8:30 p.m. -- New Orleans vs. Phoenix
10:30 p.m. -- Golden State vs. Miami

Watch 2012 NBA Summer League game on NBATV or 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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