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NBA Summer League schedule 2015: Willie Cauley-Stein, Emmanuel Mudiay square off

Day 3 of the Vegas Summer League has a full slate of games.

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

After eight games on Saturday, there are eight more on tap Sunday at the Las Vegas Summer League.

Big names like Karl-Anthony Towns and D'Angelo Russell won't be on the court Sunday, but a slew of first-rounders and D-League journeymen will play in hopes of turning some front office heads to nab a roster spot. Lottery picks Willie Cauley-Stein of the Sacramento Kings and Emmanuel Mudiay of the Denver Nuggets will square off in the most intriguing matchup of the day.

Fans who have purchased NBA Summer League Live can view every game. Select games also may be shown on NBA TV. Here's the schedule (all times Eastern):

Washington Wizards vs. D-League Select, 4 p.m.

Players to watch: Kelly Oubre had 20 points in his Summer League debut on Saturday and D-League star Damian Jones will be going up against some familiar competition. The D-League's team is led by Hasheem Thabeet and Taylor Griffin, the brother of Blake who was a D-League champion with the Santa Cruz Warriors.

Phoenix Suns vs. Houston Rockets, 4:30 p.m.

Players to watch: The Suns have some talent in the Summer League with T.J. Warren, Alex Len, Archie Goodwin and first-round draft pick Devin Booker. Goodwin totaled 22 points in the Suns' win over the Wizards on Saturday. For Houston, Alan Williams had a huge night against the D-League Select team on Friday, putting up 27 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, but rookies Sam Dekker and Montrezl Harrell are the ones to pay attention to.

Chicago Bulls vs. Toronto Raptors, 6 p.m.

Players to watch: First-round pick Bobby Portis was great in his debut with 23 points and seven rebounds for the Bulls. The Raptors' Delon Wright dished out nine assists in his Summer League debut, looking like a great pick at No. 20 for Toronto.

Milwaukee Bucks vs. San Antonio Spurs, 6:30 p.m.

Players to watch: It might seem like the Spurs don't need help, but there's a good chance Kyle Anderson is going to see the court in the regular season. Brandon Davies and Nate Wolters are holding out hope they could make the roster, too. For the Bucks, first-rounder Rashad Vaughn dropped 14 points in his debut the Bucks are hoping he'll shoot better than the 35 percent he hit from the floor in that game.

Sacramento Kings vs. Denver Nuggets, 8 p.m.

Players to watch: Willie Cauley-Stein will be back on the court for the Kings after scoring 11 points and grabbing five rebounds in his debut. Nuggets lottery pick Emmanuel Mudiay was solid in his debut with 11 points, five rebounds and four assists, but he will need to improve on his 33 percent shooting.

Golden State Warriors vs. Atlanta Hawks, 8:30 p.m.

Players to watch: The Warriors have former college stars fighting for their NBA lives, including James Michael McAdoo, Aaron Craft and Matt Stainbrook. Brandon Ashley went undrafted, but he was solid in his Summer League debut for the Hawks, netting 15 points and grabbing five rebounds. Mike Muscala, who got some minutes in the playoffs for the Hawks, is also on the roster.

Portland Trail Blazers vs. Dallas Mavericks, 10 p.m.

Players to watch: Dwight Powell and first-round pick Justin Anderson are the Mavericks who could get some valuable minutes in the NBA this season. Noah Vonleh is a new addition for the Blazers. He didn't play in the opener but could see some minutes against the Mavericks.

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Boston Celtics, 10:30 p.m.

Players to watch: Even with Jahlil Okafor playing, sadly much of the news for the 76ers revolves around Joel Embiid's injury that is keeping him off the court for one more season. R.J. Hunter and Marcus Smart will make up one of the best backcourts in Vegas.