Summer League Championship Game: Memphis v Minnesota Live

LAS VEGAS NV, Sporting Alert — It’s championships time! Watch Minnesota Timberwolves v Memphis Grizzlies Summer League Championship game on WatchESPN.com.

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LAS VEGAS NV, Sporting Alert — It’s championships time!

Monday night’s Summer League Championship game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Memphis Grizzlies is streaming live on WatchESPN.com, Monday, July 15.

Tonight’s live encounter will take place at 8:00 pm from the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas and ESPN2 will provide the live television coverage.

When: Monday, July 15, 8 p.m. CT
Where: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas
How To Watch: ESPN2, WatchESPN and Timberwolves.com

You can also watch the action live with the Timberwolves app and at Timberwolves.com, and listen on 830 WCCO.

The No. 3 Wolves rolled into the Summer League Championship game undefeated, after going 6-0 in the previous games, while the No. 8 Grizzlies have a 5-1 record.

Minnesota advanced to the 2019 Summer League championship with an 85-77 positive result over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday night.

The Wolves were led by Naz Reid, who had 20 points and six rebounds.

Good Experience For Young Reid

Reid was delighted with his performance, especially his head-to-head battle with Nets’ third-year center Jarrett Allen.

“It’s a great experience going against a guy like that,” Reid said after the game.

“He’s athletic and he can do things at the NBA level that a lot can’t do. But it was really fun to get a chance to go at him.”

Jordan McLaughlin finished with 12 points, six assists and five rebounds in the win.

“I think this team has tried to set the tone of a new organization,” Timberwolves Summer League head coach Pablo Prigioni said after the game.

“The way we want to play, how hard we want to compete. Unselfish basketball we are playing offensively. A lot of things that we are trying to implement. It’s total credit to the players.”

Memphis, meanwhile, held off the New Orleans Pelicans, 88-86 in its game.

Brandon Clarke led the Grizzlies with 23 points and 14 rebounds, while Tyler Harvey scored 13 points Bruno Caboclo had 12 and eight boards.

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