NBA Summer League Live on ESPN3

(SportingAlert) — The NBA Summer League will continue on Saturday, with streaming three games live on the day.

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As the big names continue to recover from the long season, teams have taken the opportunity to use low-key tournament to develop their youngsters in attempt to shape them into better NBA players.

The three games streaming live on ESPN3 on Saturday are the Dallas Mavericks against Minnesota Timberwolves, Chicago Bulls playing Los Angeles Clippers and Miami Heat playing against Houston Rockets.

A total of eight games are on the schedule for Saturday.

At the Thomas And Mack Center, in Las Vegas, the Mavericks will take on Timberwolves, looking to bounce back from the 76-64 defeat to the New York Knicks.

Then the Bulls and LA Clippers will feature at the Thomas And Mack Center in Las Vegas, at 8:30 pm ET, while at 10:00 pm, at the Cox Pavilion, Houston will come up against Andre Dawkins, Shabazz Napier and Justin Hamilton and Miami, in the battle for the early summer bragging rights.

NBA Summer League

6:30 PM EDT Dallas Mavericks vs. Minnesota Timberwolves –

8:30 PM EDT Chicago Bulls vs. Los Angeles Clippers –

10:00 PM EDT Houston Rockets vs. Miami Heat –

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