NBA Summer League Championship 2023: Score, Result, Stats for Rockets Vs. Cavaliers Final in Las Vegas

The NBA 2K24 Summer League in Las Vegas has concluded after 11 days of play.

Both teams entered the championship game with undefeated records: the Cleveland Cavaliers (5-0) and the Houston Rockets (5-0). However, the Cavaliers prevailed with a comfortable 99-78 victory.

The victory was the Cavaliers’ first Summer League championship since the tournament’s first version in 2013.

Summer League Championship Game Boxscore

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Cavaliers 28 23 28 20 99
Rockets 14 30 15 19 78

With a strong performance on Sunday that included 28 points, 11 rebounds, three assists, two steals, and two blocks, Isaiah Mobley was voted Summer League final game MVP.

Emoni Bates contributed 19 points, Sam Merrill added 27 points on 6-of-12 shooting from outside the arc.

The Cavaliers took control of the game in the third quarter after a back-and-forth first half. They scored the first 11 points of the second half to create a dominating 62-44 lead, and they never looked back as they sailed to a 21-point victory.

Las Vegas Summer League awards

The NBA named the Summer League MVP and the 10 players who received First- and Second-Team All-Summer League Honors before to the championship game.

Las Vegas All-Summer League Teams

First Team Second Team
Keyonte George, Jazz Max Christie, Lakers
Sam Merrill, Cavaliers Javon Freeman-Liberty, Bulls
Orlando Robinson, Heat Xavier Moon, Clippers
Hunter Tyson, Nuggets Emoni Bates, Cavaliers
Cam Whitmore, Rockets Jabari Smith Jr., Rockets
Jalen Wilson, Nets

How to Watch Every Las Vegas Summer League Game

  • Dates: Friday, July 7-Monday, July 17
  • TV channels: ESPN family of networks | NBA TV
  • Live streaming: ESPN app | fuboTV | Sling TV
  • Where: Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion, Las Vegas

The Thomas & Mack Center and Cox Pavilion in Las Vegas will host Summer League games. There will be a minimum of five games played by each of the 30 NBA teams.

In the US, games will be aired on NBA TV, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU. The ESPN app, fuboTV, or Sling TV are other options for American viewers to stream Summer League games.

NBA Summer League games can be watched by Americans on Sling TV, which is currently offering your first month for just $15! With Sling Orange, you can watch the top draft picks make their Summer League debuts and enjoy your favorite sports for as little as $15 in your first month.

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