June 12, 2018, 10:33 pm
The Kings have officially announced the team’s Las Vegas Summer League schedule on Tuesday.
The event runs from July 6 to July 17 and, for the first time ever, will feature all 30 NBA teams.
Sacramento tips off proceedings against the Phoenix Suns, owners of the No. 1 pick in this year’s draft. The game will be broadcast on ESPN and, if all goes to plan, the top two picks will be active and playing.
The Kings will also play the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies in the preliminary round. The results of those three games will determine seeding for the tournament portion. Each team will play a minimum of five games.
Sacramento won the Las Vegas Summer League back in 2014. They were led by point guard Ray McCallum Jr., who is no longer in the NBA.
It was announced back in May that Sacramento will host a four-team Summer League event prior to playing in Las Vegas, so fans will have ample opportunity to watch the young Kings play during the offseason.
The Kings’ full schedule (all times PST):
Saturday, July 7 vs. Phoenix @ 4:30pm (ESPN)
Sunday, July 8 vs. LA Clippers @ 8:00pm (NBA TV)
Tuesday, July 10 vs. Memphis @ 3:30pm (ESPN 2)
July 11 – 17 TBD