Thunder opens Summer League play on July 6

Whichever player or players the Bulls exit the June 21 NBA draft with, they'll debut at NBA Summer League on July 7. Portland will play at least five games in the annual summer exhibition in Las Vegas, which for the first time will feature all 30 National Basketball Association teams.

Oklahoma City will open play at the Thomas & Mack Center with a game against the Charlotte Hornets, the league announced on Tuesday.

Each team will play a minimum of five games, beginning with three preliminary contests from July 6-10.

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.

The Spurs, Grizzlies and Hawks will also play each other during the six-game, four-team Utah event from July 2-5. Many top rookies end up participating in the Vegas or Orlando exhibitions to get their feet wet, and there's a good chance that the Bulls' top pick will be there.

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. The quarterfinals, semifinals and championship game will take place over consecutive days from July 15-17.