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We’ve officially reached the midway point of the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.

There will be seven games on Day 6 of the 11-day event, beginning at 5 p.m. ET when the Raptors take on the Bulls at the Thomas & Mack Center.

The full day of action consists of a pseudo-Finals rematch when the Celtics face the Warriors at 8 p.m. ET.

The highest draft pick from the 2022 class slated to take the floor is No. 6 overall pick Bennedict Mathurin, whose Pacers face the Pistons at 9 p.m. ET, though an ankle injury suffered by No. 5 overall pick Jaden Ivey will likely rob fans of an exciting matchup between explosive guards.

With plenty of action to follow, The Sporting News is tracking live updates from each of Tuesday’s Summer League games.

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Bulls vs. Raptors

After a blowout victory to open things up, the Raptors are back in action against the Bulls. Toronto rookie Ron Harper Jr. faces the team that his dad won three rings with.

Grizzlies vs. Nets

In a game that features plenty of young talent, former college teammates Jake LaRavia (Grizzlies) and Alondes Williams (Nets) go head-to-head.

Hawks vs. Heat

Not quite a playoff rematch, but the Hawks and Heat are the first of three games that feature teams that met in the 2022 postseason.

Celtics vs. Warriors

Boston vs. Golden State delivered during the NBA Finals, but will it be as good as the Celtics’ thrilling Summer League victory on Day 5?

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Pistons vs. Pacers

With the Pacers-Celtics trade becoming official, Indiana can now welcome third-year guard Aaron Nesmith in the lineup, another young addition to a core led by Bennedict Mathurin.

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Suns vs. Mavericks

Mavericks rookie Jaden Hardy hasn’t wasted time making a good first impression in Vegas. After a one-point loss on Day 5, the Mavs are right back in action.

Lakers vs. Clippers

The Battle of LA takes Vegas, where we could see each of the Lakers and Clippers biggest stars on the sidelines supporting the next generation.

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