Spurs Summer League: How to watch, preview, TV schedule, time, and dates

Josh Primo, Domantas Sabonis
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The San Antonio Spurs will be playing four games in the NBA Summer League beginning Friday and could potentially play more depending on their results.

The Silver and Black will be participating in the 2022 NBA2K23 Summer League that tipped off Thursday evening with a showdown between the Houston Rockets and Orlando Magic. After a pool play period that runs through Friday, July 15th, bracket play will then begin, which could mean more games for the Spurs depending on how they fare in their four matchups.

While the Spurs will still be sending a relatively loaded roster to Las Vegas, the club announced a setback on Thursday, ruling out Joe Wieskamp and Jeremy Sochan for the entirety of the Summer League. Wieskamp sprained his foot stepping on a teammate in the Spurs' final tune-up practice while Sochan missed all Summer League practices after testing positive for COVID-19 recently.

The NBA will be televising all games, meaning you can catch the Spurs at least four times over the next eight days with the proper channels. Here's how to watch.

Friday, July 8 - San Antonio Spurs at Cleveland Cavaliers
Time: 5:00 p.m. ET
Channel: NBA TV, NBA TV Canada

Sunday, July 10 - Golden State Warriors at San Antonio Spurs
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Channel: NBA TV, NBA TV Canada

Monday, July 11 - Houston Rockets at San Antonio Spurs
Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN, TSN

Thursday, July 14 - Atlanta Hawks at San Antonio Spurs
Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
Channel: ESPN2, NBA TV Canada

Saturday, July 16 - Bracket play begins (teams and times TBD)

Spurs players to watch

Joshua Primo will undoubtedly be the focal point of the Summer League Spurs while first-round picks Malaki Branham and Blake Wesley will also be guys to watch. San Antonio also signed 6-9 forward Dominick Barlow to a two-way contract on the day after the NBA Draft, showing they have some confidence that he can develop into an important tool on this rebuilding squad.

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With the roster in San Antonio as wide-open as it's been in over 20 years, the Summer League might just be a much-watch for diehard fans over the next couple of weeks.