NBA Summer League Live Stream (7/10): How to Watch Hornets-Lakers Online, TV, Time

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The Los Angeles Lakers and the Charlotte Hornets face off in the NBA Summer League on July 10. The game will be streamed live on DirecTV Stream, which offers a free trial.

Scotty Pippen Jr. led Los Angeles with 19 points and three steals in a loss to the Suns on Friday. Paris Bass had 14 points, Cole Swider hit three 3s and finished with 11 points, and Mason Jones had 10.

Max Christie — the Lakers’ only draft pick (No. 35 overall) in 2022 — had nine points and eight rebounds, but was just 1 of 6 from the field.

Bryce McGowens led the Hornets with 17 points in a 96-84 loss to the Pacers on Friday. LJ Figueroa went 6 of 6 from the field – including two 3-pointers – and finished with 16 points. Nick Richards added 15 points and 11 rebounds and Kai Jones had 12 points and nine rebounds, but went 0-10 from 3-point range.

When is Lakers-Hornets?

The Los Angeles Lakers and Charlotte Hornets face off on Sunday, July 10 at 8:30 p.m. (9:30 p.m. ET).

Will it be broadcast live?

The game will be streamed live on DirecTV Stream, which offers a free trial.

There are four options, but they will not be available in the Entertainment Pack.

The entertainment package, which includes more than 65 channels, costs $54.99 until the promotion ends on April 30. It’s the basic package for can’t-miss entertainment – including ESPN, TNT, Nickelodeon and HGTV.

The Choice package has over 90 channels and costs $74.99 during the promotion. ENTERTAINMENT channels, plus MLB Network, NBA TV, college sports networks, and more. Enjoy regional sports networks at no additional cost.

The ultimate package has over 130 channels and costs $89.99 during the promotion. Everything in CHOICE, plus Oxygen, Golf Channel, NHL Network, Universal Kids and more.

The Premier package has over 140 channels and costs $134.99 during the promotion. Everything in ULTIMATE, plus HBO Max, SHOWTIME, STARZ, Cinemax and more.

Will it be televised?

The Hornets-Lakers will be televised on NBA TV.

Mark Heim is a sports reporter for The Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Mark_Heim.

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