The semifinals of the Las Vegas Summer League tournament are on Sunday and only the San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks, Phoenix Suns and New Orleans Pelicans are left standing. After a few weeks of hectic play, there are only three games left in the Summer League schedule with the final on Monday.
Few of the 2015 NBA Draft's lottery picks are still playing, but each team features players who could be on the court this upcoming NBA season. Becky Hammon, the first woman head coach in Summer League history, might also become the first woman to coach a Summer League champion.
Two games are on tap for Sunday, with both being airing on NBA TV. Here's the schedule.
Spurs vs. Hawks, 6 p.m. ET
The Spurs are doing what the Spurs always do -- even in the Summer League. Kyle Anderson is showing the Spurs that he's worth bringing onto the full-time roster, averaging 19 points per game this summer. Under Hammon, the Spurs will take on Mike Muscala and the Hawks. Muscala is averaging nine points and seven rebounds per game in Summer League, leading seven Hawks who are averaging more than eight points per game -- a stat that looks similar to this year's Hawks.
Suns vs. Pelicans, 8 p.m. ET
Seth Curry is the Stephen Curry of the summer league. He had 24 points in the Pelicans' win over the Warriors in the quarterfinals and is averaging 25 points per game in Summer League. He's not lighting it up from deep like his brother -- making just 20 percent of his three-point shots -- but Curry is piling up the points in the lane and at the free throw line. The Suns have been led by Archie Goodwin and T.J. Warren throughout the summer, but Devin Booker, drafted No. 13 by the Suns, is the highest draft pick who is still playing.