Some of the best basketball talent in the city will take part Sunday in the fifth annual summer basketball Brunson League, an NBA pro-am circuit hosted by Baltimore City Community College. Former high school stars who have played overseas, such as Patterson's Aquille Carr, Parkville's Terry Hosley and Edmondson's Stanton Kidd will play, according to the league. Some current and former NBA players could join in early July. More than 30 teams applied for 20 spots, making it the league's "biggest year," according to its organizer Sean Brunson. Regular-season games will run from Sunday to July 29 at the BCCC P.E. Center on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The first- and second-round playoffs will begin Aug. 3 and 5 and will roll into the final round and championship games, Aug. 10 and 12. On Aug. 19, there will be an All-Star game, followed by the game to close out the season, the Overseas versus NBA Community Give-Back Game, which will take place Aug. 26.