NBA Summer League schedule 2017: Times, TV channels, and live stream for Thursday in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Summer League’s single elimination tournament continues on Thursday with eight more games on the slate. Eight teams had byes in the first round which will all play as the home team in Round 2. The winners from each of Wednesday’s Round 1 each advanced to face a team with a bye.

With eight games throughout the day, it may be hard to catch all of them. Here are two we think you shouldn’t miss.

Golden State Warriors vs. Boston Celtics — 6 p.m. ET

The Warriors had strong showings from Patrick McCaw and Jordan Bell in the first round of the playoffs. McCaw had 26 points and nine assists while Jordan Bell grabbed 16 rebounds.

For the Celtics, they have stand out rookie Jayson Tatum and sophomore Jaylen Brown who have led the Celtics to a 3-0 start in Summer League, which earned them a first round bye. Tatum is averaging 17.7 points per game this summer.

The Warriors will be playing their fourth game in four nights, so the Celtics may have the upper hand on rest alone.

Los Angeles Lakers vs Cleveland Cavaliers — 10:30 p.m. ET

Lonzo Ball is becoming must-watch basketball in Summer League. After his game in the first round, it will be hard to miss him in Round 2. On Wednesday night, Ball had one of the best performances of Summer League dropping 36 points, eight rebounds, 11 assists, and five steals.

Ball appears healthy after missing a game earlier in Summer League, so this is a game you will not want to miss.

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Thursdays’s Summer League Schedule (All times ET)

4 p.m. — Pelicans at Spurs

4:30 p.m. — Nuggets at Nets

6 p.m. — Warriors at Celtics

6:30 p.m. — Heat at Clippers

8 p.m. — Suns at Grizzlies

8:30 p.m — Kings at Mavericks

10 p.m. — Trail Blazers at Raptors

10:30 p.m. — Lakers at Cavaliers