It’s not often that the NBA has its own Summer League in Las Vegas.
It has done so in the past, and it will do so again this year.
That is until the NBA makes the jump to the Las Vegas Summer League.
The league announced Tuesday that the league will not be using the Vegas Golden Knights to host the Summer league, a move that was seen as a way to further distance itself from the NBA.
The decision was made to avoid having the Las Pinos play host to NBA teams for two reasons: 1) the Vegas Vegas Golden Knight’s season-long contract expires in 2018 and the Vegas Las Vegas Basketball Association has been in the process of negotiating a new deal with the team’s owners.
2) the Las Poins can no longer afford to be hosting the Las Vegas Summer League, which is expected to be in the vicinity of $100 million for the 2017-18 season.
The NBA, however, is still working to figure out how to fill the stadium.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is working on a plan to redevelop the facility, which has a capacity of about 2,500.
The Vegas Golden Kings, who have played in the Summer Olympics in 2020 and 2022, have also been the venue for other Summer League events such as the Las Angeles Memorial Basketball Association and the Las Palmas Invitational.
The new Las Vegas summer league, which will feature six teams, will be the first since the 2017 Las Vegas Invitational, which had four teams.
The Summer League is not the first time that the Las Venos Summer League has been moved.
The inaugural Las Vegas Olympics took place in 2008.
The previous Las Vegas Olympic Summer League was held in 2017.
The first Summer League to be held in the United States was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in 2009.
The last Las Vegas NBA Summer League drew more than 13,000 fans to the Staples Center in downtown Las Vegas for a game between the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Lakers.