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Las Vegas Summer League 2013: Day 3 schedule, TV times, and who to watch

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Will John Henson and Jonas Valanciunas continue to dominate the competition during Sunday's Las Vegas Summer League action?

The third day of the 2013 Las Vegas Summer League includes a loaded eight-game schedule, and of the notable players on the court Sunday, Milwaukee Bucks forward John Henson and Toronto Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas have the opportunity to string together dominating back-to-back performances.

New York Knicks vs. Washington Wizards, 4 p.m. ET

Players to watch: The Knicks' Iman Shumpert could go head-to-head against the 2013 draft's third overall pick, Otto Porter, though the New York Post warns Shumpert could be held out. If that's the case, then first-round pick Tim Hardaway Jr. will have a shot at improving his efficiency from his Friday outing and 22-year-old free agent big man Jeremy Tyler can make more of a case to earn a training camp invite. For Washington, 2013 picks Porter and Glen Rice Jr. must bounce back after combining to shoot 6-for-25 on Saturday.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. D-League Select, 4:30 p.m. ET

Players to watch: While Los Angeles may not have the big names, their summer league squad has a good deal of NBA experience. First-round pick Reggie Bullock has played well thus far, but he's getting help from emotionally-power big man Samardo Samuels -- seriously, watch him -- point guard Maalik Wayns and swingman DaJuan Summers. The Clippers will need to deal with D-League select guard Stefhon Hannah, who poured in 23 points and hit 4-of-6 three-pointers in his last game.

Charlotte Bobcats vs. Dallas Mavericks, 6 p.m. ET

Players to watch: On a familiar Bobcats team, look out for 2012 second overall pick Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, experienced youngster Bismack Biyombo, second-year swingman Jeffery Taylor and 2013 fourth overall pick Cody Zeller in the starting lineup. Forward Jae Crowder is the most experienced NBA player on the Dallas roster, but he got help from sharpshooting guard Josh Akognon and free agent pickup out of Israel, Gal Mekel, on Saturday. Dallas will also continue break in rookie shooting guard Ricky Ledo, who didn't play a game as a freshman at Providence.

Los Angeles Lakers vs. Portland Trail Blazers, 6:30 p.m. ET

Players to watch: Portland runs out a lineup of second-year center Meyers Leonard, do-it-all guard Will Barton and 2013's 10th overall pick, guard C.J. McCollum -- he is coming off a 22-point outing. Forward Thomas Robinson, on his third team in just more than a year into the league, and second-round pick Allen Crabbe round out the Blazers' notables. Center Robert Sacre is the Lakers' only current player on the summer league team, but Chris Douglas-Roberts could make a case to join the team, as could Josh Selby, the former pick of the Memphis Grizzlies who was last year's co-MVP of the Las Vegas Summer League.

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Memphis Grizzlies, 8 p.m. ET

Players to watch: For Cleveland, last year's first-round pick, Dion Waiters, will aim for a recovery after a 1-for-11 shooting outing on Friday. He is joined by NBA draft classmate Tyler Zeller and gritty 2013 second-round pick Carrick Felix out of Arizona State. The Grizzlies are led by second-year pro and 20-year-old Tony Wroten, the 6'6 point guard who scored 22 points in his last game. Memphis will also give the 2013 draft's Mr. Irrelevant, Janis Timma, a good amount of run.

New Orleans Pelicans vs. Milwaukee Bucks, 8:30 p.m. ET

Players to watch: A man among boys, Milwaukee Bucks forward John Henson will again attempt to beat up the competition with physical big man Gustavo Ayon standing at his side. The potentially most entertaining battle could be between Ayon and a similar energetic forward in the New Orleans Pelicans' Jon Brockman. But perhaps the most eyes will be on last year's 10th overall pick, Austin Rivers, who is coming off a 24-point, six-assist performance on Friday.

Atlanta Hawks vs. Miami Heat, 10 p.m. ET

Players to watch: With a fresh roster in the making, the Hawks have set out by drafting foreigners Dennis Schroeder and Lucas Noguiera. Schroeder, a German point guard, already showed his playmaking abilities, and Noguiera's outright length has helped him chase after double-doubles. Second-year pro John Jenkins has been the key scorer for Atlanta, however. Miami is led by project big man Jarvis Varnado, D-League star D.J. Kennedy and undrafted Texas Longhorn product Myck Kabongo.

San Antonio Spurs vs. Toronto Raptors, 10:30 p.m. ET

Players to watch: Toronto's second-year center, Jonas Valanciunas, got off to a roaring start with a 23-point, seven-rebound performance on Saturday and is in the conversation early on to challenge for MVP honors. Terrence Ross and Quincy Acy, likewise entering their second seasons, are also on the Raptors roster, though their respective first games were relatively quiet. Meanwhile, guards Nando De Colo and Cory Joseph will be the go-to guys for San Antonio.

How to watch Sunday's games

All games will be live on NBATV but can be viewed online and on mobile devices by buying the NBA Summer League Live service for $14.99.

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