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  • On-Air Classroom Live From the Summer League Jr. NBA

    Desert Pines High School Broadcast Academy students, who are a part of the On-Air Classroom, called the first game of Season 8 of the Summer League Jr. NBA, Spurs vs  Cavs with Coach Markcus and Coach Martez. The Cavs took home the win, 56-39, with a 4th quarter run. Jesus, Ray, and Faith along with their school instructor Mikel Gough and On-Air Classroom mentor from NBC Sports, Jonathan Scott, called the game and took on sideline interviews with color commentary. Watch a different Summer League Jr. NBA game broadcast each week featuring students from the On-Air Classroom team! +

  • Las Vegas Local and Summer League Performer, Bailey Munoz, Wins Competition

    Last night, So You Think You Can Dance came to a sensational season ending when Bailey Munoz was named the winner during the live two-hour season finale, on FOX. Bailey Munoz, 19, from Las Vegas, NV, received the most votes and break-danced off with the cash prize of $250,000, the +

  • Silent Auction Benefitting the Tomorrow’s Stars Foundation Scholarship Fund

    NBA players, coaches, fans, and celebrities joined in supporting the Summer League online auction benefitting the TSF Student Scholarship Fund. Autographed merchandise, basketballs, jerseys, sneakers and art were displayed on the concourse and available for on-line auction bidding. 100% of each winning bid was donated directly to the scholarship fund. +

  • Military Appreciation Day at the NBA Summer League

    Recognizing and honoring our country’s active and retired military servicemen and women takes place on center court, each year, on Military Appreciation Day. TSF partners with Veterans Village of Las Vegas, throughout the year, and honors veterans residing at Veteran’s Village during Summer League. Veterans honorees are selected from all +

  • Local Youth Leaders Paving the Way for our Stars of Tomorrow

    Recognizing their tireless dedication to the youth of the greater Las Vegas community, eight men and women were recognized for their commitment to youth sports during a half-time presentation on Coaches Appreciation Day. The honorees were selected for their years of service, commitment to providing opportunities for our local youth, +