RALEIGH (AP) — Basketball fans in the Research Triangle can see the stars of today and tomorrow in one of the area’s long-running summer leagues.

Shaw University is hosting the 2013 Chavis Summer League at C.C. Spaulding Gymnasium on the campus near downtown Raleigh.

The legendary league features the top adult, college and high school players in the region. It’s sponsored by Raleigh City Parks and Recreation.

Play continues every Monday through Thursday until July 25. Four games are played each evening. Admission is free.

The league’s annual tournament begins July 29.

The Chavis Summer league has included players who reached the NBA, including former North Carolina stars Vince Carter and Jerry Stackhouse. Shaw standout Ronald “Flip” Murray also participated in the 30-year-old league.