On Sunday, 10 NBA teams full of rookies and roster hopefuls will be in action from the NBA Summer League Las Vegas. Among them will be the Boston Celtics' Jayson Tatum and Phoenix Suns' De'Aaron Fox. Unfortunately, when the Sixers take the court for tonight's game, they'll be without their top pick due to injury. Here's the latest on Sunday's NBA Summer League schedule of games as well as how to watch on television or live streaming online.

July 9th games

There are five games on the slate for the NBA's Summer League action. Games are presented live on television through the ESPN network, with only the Utah Jazz vs.

L.A. Clippers game not on television at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

First up on the schedule, viewers get a chance to watch young star Josh Jackson and the Phoenix Suns. They'll take on the Dallas Mavericks at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN. That game is followed by the Minnesota Timberwolves battling the Denver Nuggets, with a start time of 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time on ESPN2.

At 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time, the Portland Trail Blazers and Boston Celtics lock up. Jayson Tatum has been putting up great numbers early on and will look to follow last night's double-double with another strong performance. In addition, last year's rookie for the Celtics, Jaylen Brown, has been impressive in his performances. The game is featured on ESPN2.

Also featured on ESPN2 is the nightcap featuring the Sixers (1-0) vs. San Antonio Spurs. Unfortunately for Philly, their rookie Markelle Fultz suffered an injury in last night's game against the Warriors. He's been ruled out for the rest of the summer with a high ankle sprain.

How to live stream online

As mentioned, the ESPN network is going to present four of today's Vegas Summer League games, beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Eastern Time. Fans will be able to watch on ESPN and ESPN via their cable or satellite. In addition, customers may be able to log into the WatchESPN website or mobile apps, where available.

Customers with a hi-speed internet connection can also consider a free option to see the games live online. The SlingTV service offers ESPN and ESPN2 as part of its basic channel package.

The service also offers new customers who sign up a one-week free trial to test out the service. That will allow fans to watch all of tonight's action on ESPN and ESPN2 as well as games for the next week, in addition to other channels on the lineup.

The official Sling.com website provides full details of how to join and start watching the channels online.