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How to watch Bruno Fernando & Robert Carter Jr. in the NBA summer league

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Bruno Fernando and Robert Carter Jr. will compete in the NBA Las Vegas Summer League starting this weekend. Fernando will join the Atlanta Hawks once NBA Draft trades go into effect on Saturday, while Carter will get a chance to prove he belongs under a league organizations with the Los Angeles Clippers.

Here are the schedules for both teams as they compete in Las Vegas. After the set games, there will be a playoff tournament from July 12-15.

Atlanta Hawks

Date Opponent Time TV channel
Date Opponent Time TV channel
Saturday, July 6 Milwaukee Bucks 5 p.m. ET NBA TV
Sunday, July 7 Minnesota Timberwolves 5:30 p.m. ET ESPN 2
Tuesday, July 9 Indiana Pacers 5:30 p.m. ET NBA TV
Thursday, July 11 Washington Wizards 6:30 p.m. ET ESPN 2

Los Angeles Clippers

Date Opponent Time TV channel
Date Opponent Time TV channel
Saturday, July 6 Los Angeles Lakers 7:30 p.m. ET ESPNU
Sunday, July 7 Memphis Grizzlies 11:30 p.m. ET ESPN 2
Tuesday, July 9 Washington Wizards 11:30 p.m. ET NBA TV
Thursday, July 11 Sacramento Kings 10 p.m. ET NBA TV

In other news

Continuing with tight ends week, Cody took a look at Noah Barnes on Thursday. He’s had 11 appearances for the Terps, but no stats so far, and looks to break through this season.

Also part of position week, Sean previewed the best tight ends on Maryland’s schedule. He breaks down Penn State’s Pat Freiermuth, Purdue’s Brycen Hopkins and Nebraska’s Jack Stoll, as well as some honorable mentions.

Jake Layman signed as a free agent with the Minnesota Timberwolves Wednesday night. On Thursday, he tweeted about the news.

EA Sports released the Madden 20 rookie ratings this week, which only includes drafted players. From the Maryland group drafted, Green Bay’s Darnell Savage Jr. had the highest rating at 72 overall. From there, Detroit’s Ty Johnson received a 66 overall, New England’s Bryon Cowart got a 63 overall and Pittsburgh’s Derwin Gray earned 57 overall.

Former Terps second baseman Brandon Lowe earned an MLB All-Star game invitation Wednesday, but it was announced Thursday that he had a right shin bruise and won’t be able to play. Gleyber Torres of the Yankees replaces him on the roster.