The 2023 Las Vegas Summer League starts tonight, but the Clippers don’t play their first game until Saturday night. Here’s some quick, key information below.

Clippers Schedule

Saturday, July 8 vs Utah Jazz at 7:00 PM PT, ESPN2 – Thomas and Mack Center

Monday, July 10 vs Sacramento Kings at 7:30 PM PT, NBA TV – Thomas and Mack Center

Wednesday, July 12 vs Memphis Grizzlies, 12:30 PM PT, NBA TV – Cox Pavilion

Friday, July 14 vs Philadelphia Sixers, 1:30 PM PT, NBA TV – Thomas and Mack Center

After the four-game round robin, the top four teams (based on record, head-to-head matchups, and then points) advance to a mini-tournament. The remaining 26 teams will play a 5th game on July 15 or July 16.


Lucas wrote an article about the Clippers’ overall summer league roster, here, with short snippets on every player who will be attending. So far, it doesn’t seem as if there have been any updates, so that will be the roster on Saturday unless otherwise announced.

I wrote about a few thing to watch for from all the Clippers’ key players there. It’s worth noting that Clippers’ 3rd year player Brandon Boston Jr. is not on the roster, with the focus being on fellow 3rd year Jason Preston, second year Moussa Diabate, and rookies Kobe Brown and Jordan Miller.

The game I’m looking forward to most isn’t a Clippers’ game, but Victor Wembanyama’s first official appearance in an NBA jersey tonight against the Charlotte Hornets at 6:00 PM PT on ESPN. He will be taking on number two pick Brandon Miller, with the rest of the Spurs’ team also being stacked. It should be a lot of fun.

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