The NBA regular season is still months away, but that doesn't mean there isn't Basketball that can be enjoyed. The NBA Summer League 2018 is officially underway in Las Vegas. While it doesn't have every top lottery pick from this summer's draft, like Luka Doncic [VIDEO], who will sit, it does feature several in the top five. That includes the Suns' No. 1 pick DeAndre Ayton and Kings' No. 2 pick Marvin Bagley III. Here's the latest on how to watch the Suns vs Kings Summer League game live streaming online or on television Saturday.

Marquee matchup?

The 2018 NBA Draft's top overall pick made his Phoenix Suns debut on Friday night (July 6).

In that first outing, potential Rookie of the Year DeAndre Ayton [VIDEO] finished with 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting from the floor. He also grabbed eight rebounds for Phoenix but had five fouls. Still, his team came out on the winning side of things, 92-85 over the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavs' top rookie, Luka Doncic did not play, giving fans a look at Ayton and a few other rookies.

Last year's Suns' draft pick Josh Jackson scored 12 points and point guard Davon Reed led all Phoenix players with 18 points. Phoenix outscored Dallas by 19 points over the second and third quarters to eventually run away with the game. Phoenix's other high pick, Mikal Bridges, scored 14 points in the victory.

Tonight, Ayton will be on the court for his second-straight game in the Las Vegas league. He'll get an early preview of what could become a future rivalry as the Suns battle the Kings.

Marvin Bagley III will be in the paint for Sacramento in what's sure to make for an interesting battle of bigs. Bagley has played in a few games too. In one particular contest on July 2, he unleashed 18 points, grabbed six boards, and swatted away three shots. That helped his Kings team beat the L.A. Lakers.

As with most big men, there is always the potential that there's going to be a top pick that's a bust. Fans can look back to previous drafts to see names including Greg Oden, Michael Olowakandi, and Anthony Bennett. "Who?" is usually what fans will reply if the latter two names are mentioned, whereas laughter comes with Oden's name. It's still early to know how these two NBA players will fare, but both are highly-touted and have the ability to become future stars in the league. Tonight's preview will give a good glimpse at how their games look against one another.

How to watch it live

The good news for fans is that tonight's NBA Summer League 2018 game is live on television. ESPN is handling some of the games from Las Vegas, including this matchup.

It begins at 7:30 PM ET / 4:30 PM PT.

To watch the Kings vs Suns game live streaming online, viewers need to have a valid cable or satellite account. With that, customers can log into the WatchESPN website or their compatible apps to see the game feed. There's also the option to try a channel streaming service out. Some of the popular services include Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, and PlayStation Vue. Each of these may have different trial offers for new customers.

Sling TV offers ESPN/WatchESPN as part of its most basic package. Customers who visit the site can sign up for a one-week trial of the service and catch tonight's games as well as any others over the next week. More details are available at Sling.com website.