NBA Summer League 2017

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The NBA is never boring. There could be a free agency signing one moment or a blockbuster trade the next. Best of all, NBA Summer League is also in full swing. The league you love most has made sure there’s not a single dull moment between the end of last season and the start of the next.

Friday night’s slate is a six-game lineup of basketball action, featuring some of the best young talent in the league.

Headlining the night is Lonzo Ball, the hometown kid whose Lakers face off against the Clippers in a rivalry matchup. The Bucks and Cavaliers go head-to-head in a matchup that pits Sam Cassell Jr. and Gary Payton II against each other, and the Suns and Kings square up in the night’s most loaded showcase of talented prospects.

Whether you’re in for the night or just want to catch some hoops at a bar, Friday night has some basketball action for you. Here’s what you’ll get:

 Two must-watch games

Phoenix vs. Sacramento at 10:30

I know it’s Friday night. The last thing you want is to be cooped up indoors, watching basketball on a warm summer night.

But if you’ve got that insatiable basketball appetite tonight, of all nights, this is the one you want to see. The Suns are a team loaded with young players. Devin Booker isn’t playing, but their No. 4 pick, Josh Jackson, is, as are Marquese Chriss, Dragan Bender, Christian Wood, and Tyler Ulis.

The Kings may have the most exciting team of all. Sacramento has seven first-round picks on its Summer League roster: De’Aaron Fox, Justin Jackson, Harry Giles, Buddy Hield, Skal Labissiere, George Papagiannis, and Malachi Richardson. Throw in Frank Mason, the college basketball player of the year, and you’ve got a team that looks like it’s almost NBA ready!

Los Angeles vs. Los Angeles at 8:30 p.m.

Yup. You know what time it is.

Lonzo Ball makes his NBA debut in a Summer League rivalry matchup between the Lakers and the Clippers. Ball has been touted as the second coming of Jason Kidd. He was the best passer available in this year’s draft, where the Lakers took him second. Now, we get to see if he can live up to the hype.

The Clippers don’t have much to offer in Summer League. Their best player may very well be second-round pick Sindarius Thornwell. But it’s the pride of a hometown rivalry that’ll make this one interesting.