INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- Nearly three months after their season came to an end, we now know when we'll get our next look at the Cleveland Cavaliers.

At least in some form.

On Friday, the NBA announced the entirety of its Summer League schedule.

To kick the summer off, the Cavs will play in three games in the Salt Lake City Summer League, facing the San Antonio Spurs, Utah Jazz and Memphis Grizzlies in consecutive days from July 1-3. After that, Cleveland will take its squad to the Las Vegas Summer League, which consists of four games before a league tournament.

With the entire Las Vegas Summer League being televised on ESPN, the Cavs' schedule will be as follows:

Friday, July 5

Cox Pavilion

5 p.m. – Cleveland vs. Minnesota (NBA TV)

Sunday, July 7

Thomas & Mack Center

7:30 p.m. – Cleveland vs. Chicago (ESPN)

Monday, July 8

Thomas & Mack Center

7:30 p.m. – Boston vs. Cleveland (NBA TV)

Wednesday, July 10

Thomas & Mack Center

7:30 p.m. – New Orleans vs. Cleveland (ESPN2)

Although the Cavs' Summer League rosters have yet to be announced, they figure to be without at least one of their three first-round picks from the 2019 NBA Draft.

According to Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com, No. 5 overall pick Darius Garland will likely sit out his rookie Summer League for precautionary reasons after playing in just five games of his freshman season at Vanderbilt due to a torn meniscus. There are no current health concerns regarding the 6-foot-2 point guard.

No. 26 pick Dylan Windler and No. 30 pick Kevin Porter Jr., meanwhile, are expected to play for the Cavs this summer. It remains unclear when Porter will be eligible to join Cleveland's team as the trade the Cavs' participated in to acquire the USC guard has yet to be completed.