Summer League’s here! And we’re breaking new ground in Vegas, with in-arena Moments from our new Fandom tier, a Top Shot section, contest winners in the house and more. Stay tuned for to our social & blog for each day's Featured Game, where the Moment will come from, and find key links below.

What You Need To Know From Day 1

  • We're on the ground at NBA Summer League, with the first-ever Top Shot Kiosk (Section 111) and Top Shot Section (114)
  • We're creating our first in-arena Moments -- fans can purchase a Moment in-person & receive a Moment from a game they saw in person
  • We'll have 1 Moment available for purchase each day from 1 Featured Game.
  • Sunday's Featured Game: Oklahoma City vs. Detroit
  • To keep rookies' Top Shot debuts regular-season only, the Moment will come from a second-year player -- with a 2020-21 All-Rookie performer in that pool
  • Keep reading for more from Thunder x Pistons, including players to watch for Moments & those to watch overall

Featured Game: Thunder vs. Pistons

For a hoops fan, there's nothing like Summer League. Basketball all day. The future of the league before you. Arena snacks.

For a Top Shot collector, with our first-ever in-arena Moments on the way, today's gonna be another level.

And we're getting started at 5:30 pm PDT / 8:30 pm EDT with one of the day's best matchups: the Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Detroit Pistons.

In a game that sees the Summer League debut of No. 1 Draft pick Cade Cunningham, these two teams feature a lineup packed with great young talent -- including sophomores Killian Hayes (DET), Saddiq Bey (DET), Theo Maledon (OKC) and third-year player, Sekou Doumboya (DET).

The Thunder are a little lower on players with Top Shot Moments already, bringing a crew of drafted and undrafted rookies including Oscar Da Silva, Josh Giddey, Tre Mann, Jeremiah Robinson-Earl and Aaron Wiggins.

Starting with the Pistons, Saddiq Bey is the unquestioned leader of this Summer League team coming off his All-Rookie season. Bey shot almost 40% from three and was very disciplined defensively coming from Jay Wright’s Villanova program. Bey will be playing alongside Cunningham for the first time, two players that will be on the floor for a significant amount of time together this season. 

Killian Hayes is another important piece to Detroit’s future, but due to injury, he was only able to play in 26 games. Already a great distributor, expect Hayes to round out his game with more time on the court in 2020-21.

Sekou Doumbouya had some flashes of brilliance toward the end of last season. He will look to gain momentum as he pushes second year player Isaiah Stewart for more minutes during the season. Unfortunately, Stewart will be unable to play in this game.

On the other side, there's second-year Euro sensation Theo Maledon. The France native proved that he belonged with the best young players in the league as he was named to the Rising Stars game (not played due to Covid-19). He already played for several years for ASVEL in the French basketball league and is a massive stand-out at  only 20 years old.

This should be a fun one, with some high profile names. Make sure to visit Top Shot at Section 111 on the concourse if you are at Summer League, and swing by the Top Shot Section in 114 if you're a Collector.

Check out our updated Collector Score Blog for information on Summer of 21 Moments. Fandom Tier is unlocked and just getting started!

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