The Miami Heat have taken advantage of their proximity to the Orlando Summer League to develop new draft picks and young players in recent years. Miami participated in both the Orlando and Las Vegas summer leagues this past summer.
That will no longer be the case moving forward.
That means the Heat, and all other teams, will also exclusively play in Vegas. This year’s Vegas Summer League saw an upsurge in interest; tickets to the opening day of the league, featuring Lonzo Ball and the Los Angeles Lakers, sold out for the first time. The Orlando games were closed to the public.