Friday, July 5 Cox Pavilion
9 p.m. – Golden State Warriors vs. Charlotte Hornets (NBA TV)
Sunday, July 7 Thomas & Mack
3:30 p.m. – Charlotte Hornets vs. San Antonio Spurs (ESPN2)
Monday, July 8 Cox Pavilion
11 p.m. – Charlotte Hornets vs. China (ESPNU)
Wednesday, July 10 Cox Pavilion
5 p.m. – Chicago Bulls vs. Charlotte Hornets (NBA TV)
After the four games are played, the top eight seed advance to a single elimination playoff. The other 24 teams will play a consolation game so that every team is guaranteed at least five games.
The biggest change to this year's Summer League is the addition of the Chinese and Croatian national teams to the 30 NBA teams. The Hornets are playing the Chinese national team, which I personally think is super fun.
The Hornets also get an up close look at former Tar Heel Coby White, which should be cool.