Tyrell Terry (Memphis Hustle)
Like Flynn, Tyrell Terry is a small guard drafted this year, trying to find his way in the NBA. Terry was drafted 31st by the Dallas Mavericks in the 2020 Draft, and after only appearing in 11 games and 50-odd minutes this year he will suit up for the Memphis Hustle so he can play significant minutes and improve his game.
Terry was drafted after one year at Stanford, where he shot an impressive 40 percent from three. Though he isn’t playing for the Mavericks at the moment, Terry has a chance to be a spot-up shooter who can play off superstar Luka Doncic.
Jeremy Lin – Santa Cruz Warriors
Everyone knows the famous story of Jeremy Lin, and Linsanity. At just 22, Lin had one of the more incredible NBA stories for the New York Knicks, all the way back in 2011/12.
After ensuring he would always have cult status in the NBA with his unbelievable run on the Knicks, Lin secured two major paydays and some financial security. Unfortunately, two major injuries while playing for the Brooklyn Nets prematurely ended his NBA career.
He bounced around for another year or two after that, but these injuries limited his impact and physical prowess.
After playing overseas since the 2019 season, Lin now returns to where it all began in 2011; the Santa Cruz Warriors. Hoping to make another run on an NBA team, Lin will be one of the more experienced NBA players in the G-League bubble.
Tre Jones – Austin Spurs
The younger brother of Memphis Grizzlies point guard Tyus Jones, Tre Jones was drafted 41st by the San Antonio Spurs in 2020. Because of the Spurs loaded back-court rotation, and the fact that they usually don’t play rookies or even second-year players, Jones will ply his trade in the G-League.
Jones is a six-foot-one point guard.
Jones played two years at Duke, where he was a strong defender and shot creator. He will suit up for the Austin Spurs in the Bubble.