Our ongoing coverage will include updates in real time as players make their moves at the prestigious camp.
The action tips off at 3:00 PST and will extend through 9:00 here in the West. Be sure to check back frequently for updates, which will be posted at this story.
2:56: It's almost go time here at LeBron, and we're up and running from the Cashman Center.
3:06: Two of our favorite tough guys are going head to head: Malik Abdul-Abu versus Angel Delgado. But early on, it's Thon Maker's length that's making the greatest impact.
3:11: Per Evan, Cliff Alexander is dominating with his size and strength. He was going to play against Myles Turner, but Turner is out with an injury.
3:16: Quentin Snider and James Blackmon are facing off in some Louisville/Indiana intrigue. Blackmon isn't a natural point guard but is winning the battle so far. His jump shot is pure.
3:24: Per Evan, Kam Chatman is impressing with his shooting in this game. He has hit a three and an 18-footer.
3:30: Josh praises Delgado for his work ethic and offensive rebounding. Abu has taken a couple ill-advised jumpers.
3:31: JaQuan Lyle buried two nice looking threes in that half. He's playing with more verve than at the NBPA camp last month.
3:35: Chatman hits a contested 17-footer. His stroke is on today.
3.38: No one here competes with better court awareness than Justin Jackson. He has made a strong drive, hit open teammates on kick outs and played solid defense.
3:42 Evan says that Robert Johnson has brought his recent strong play to camp. He has knocked down a pair of threes and set up a floater using a hesitation dribble.
On this court, Thomas Bryant has enjoyed a fine stretch with buckets, drawn fouls and merciless picks.
After a slow start, Snider has hit a three and used impressive full court speed to finish.
3:51: Jackson is having his way with things. He could be an immediate impact performer for UNC. Josh notes that the Delgado/Bryant tandem will give their team a huge rebounding advantage.
3:53: Evan says Alexander is too tough on that court. He has hit four jump hooks and is out-meaning folks. Over here, Maker just swatted a shot and sprinted the court for a deuce.
3:58: Maker has restrained Goodluck Okonoboh in this tilt. Length vs length, and Maker has more of it.
4:04: On Evan's court, that game has ended. He says the top performers were Alexander, Dwayne Morgan, D'Angelo Russell and Justin Coleman.
4:06: Court 1 has finished as well. Jackson and Maker may have been the most impressive. The guards descended into chaos mode in the second half, harming the level of play. But on the whole the game was spirited and a useful evaluation canvas.
4:18: We're on to the second set of games. On court 1, Reid Travis continues to bang. He's giving up a lot of length here, and he's compensating for that with brutality. It's working.
4:26: This game lacks e punch of the first. Still, it's worth noting that the Northeastern guards are lighting it up. Isaiah Briscoe and Isaiah Whitehead are playing aggressively and effectively -- especially Briscoe.
4:29: You can tell Shelton Mitchell and Theo Pinson have played together. The CP3 teammates have combined for several baskets, and they've each found others for assists as well.
4:39: Josh notes that, though Ivan Rabb isn't having a big scoring game, he's making plays on the glass and has three offensive boards. He also managed to score with a lefty hook over Okonoboh, who's playing in his second straight game due to various injuries.
4:41: Anton Beard is lighting it up in transition. He has a nice burst and is a strong, creative finisher.
4:51: Kelly Oubre is one of those guys who gets his full vertical off one foot, even when he's forced to slow down. He explodes and tosses down plunger dunks. He hasn't looked for his jumper in this game but can do that, too.
4:54: Shaqquan Aaron has been solid. He's cutting down on his forced shots and taking better looks. And just like that he drills back-to-back- threes.
5:09 This game has ground to a halt, in part because Briscoe is using his physicality to foul and draw fouls. He has been tough.
5:15: The second round is finishing up and there will be a break until 7:00. See you then!
7:10: We are back on the scene and ready for the final two rounds of the evening. The games will begin shortly.
7:29: Dwayne Morgan's impressive day continues. In his first stint this evening he buried a three a mad a sweet drive and finish. He doesn't shoot with ideal form but has been knocking them in.
7:38: After a very inconsistent recent stretch, D'Angelo Russell has regained his footing in Las Vegas. He's hitting jump shots and making slick passes on the move. Perhaps his recent pledge to Ohio State has enabled him to relax.
7:51: I'm not saying this will happen, but it wouldn't be shocking if Devin Robinson continues to climb the ladder substantially. He's a potential star in college thanks to terrific length, athleticism and a big-time jump shot.
8:05: Despite an understated style, junior wing Charles Matthews has turned in an encouraging camp. He's a smooth slasher and medium-range shooter who oozes long-term promise.
8:16: He isn't known for his offense, but developing, athletic big man Khadeem Lattin has finished well in traffic. He's being patient and displaying improved footwork along with a short lefty hook.
8:36: The first round of games has finished. Robinson stood out most and appears to be setting himself up for a huge month.
8:47: Rashad Vaughn is here and in a big way. He has nailed two contested threes and made a power jump stop that looked NBA ready. He has been a terror today.
9:05: Some of the players are beginning to look tired in the nightcap, yet there still have been impressive performances. In addition to Vaughn, Kelly Oubre tossed down a dunk in traffic that may have been the best of the day.
9:36: Sophomore guard Malik Monk is an exciting talent. He's a sensational leaper and also possesses a nice stroke. Over time he'll get stronger and might even grow another couple inches.
9:41: And that's a wrap from here in Vegas. We will be back tomorrow for the final day of action.