They open Summer League play against the Toronto Raptors at the Thomas and Mack Center with tipoff scheduled for 2:30 p.m.
The Pelicans follow that with contests against the Miami Heat on July 7 and the Detroit Pistons on July 9 to close out pool play. All 30 NBA teams will compete for the NBA Summer League title at the MGM Resorts in Las Vegas. Then the teams will be seeded in a tournament format, which starts on July 11 and concludes with the championship game on July 17.
Though the Celtics have not finalized their summer league roster, possible attendees include 23-year-old forward Semi Ojeleye, French big man Guerschon Yabusele, whoever the team selects in the upcoming NBA Draft (where it now owns the No. 27 pick) and two-way players Jabari Bird and Kadeem Allen.
Tatum and Brown won't be in Vegas for this year's summer league fun, but the C's still should be a fun team to watch.
Every Las Vegas game will be broadcast by ESPN via the ESPN App, while 46 games will be televised on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU. Two rookies from this season's team, guard Terrance Ferguson and center Dakari Johnson, are expected to play for OKC's Summer League team.