Former Denver Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw will be the head coach of the new G League elite development team, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.
The Fil-Am dynamo is the no. 1 player in his class and is expected to only have a brief stint in the G-League. Without a doubt, he'll be a very high pick in the NBA Draft when he inevitably makes the jump.
Filipino-American and NBA G League commit Jalen Green was tipped to be the second overall pick in the 2021 draft class by Sports Illustrated on Tuesday.
The 2021 NBA draft class, headlined by Cade Cunningham and Jalen Green, is stacked with talent.
Jalen Green continues to make bold moves as he prepares to start his career as a professional basketball player by reportedly agreeing to a memorabilia deal with Upper Deck.
Kai Sotto is joining new G League squad Southern California and is teaming up with other prep stars Jalen Green, Isaiah Todd and Daishen Nix.
Top high-school prospect Jalen Green and a couple of other highly-rated players will be part of the NBA’s rebooted Professional Pathway program
(born February 9, 2002) is an American professional basketball player who is signed with the NBA G League. He was a consensus five-star recruit and the top shooting guard in the 2020 class, with ESPN ranking him number one overall out of high school.
For decades, the NCAA and NBA have enjoyed a symbiotic relationship, with NCAA men’s basketball serving as a training ground for future NBA players.
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The G League will create a “Select Team” in a designated city with a few roster spots for elite high school players who want to play professionally instead of going to college
Jalen Green, a potential No. 1 pick in the 2021 NBA draft, is entering the reshaped NBA/G League professional pathway program right out of high school.
Super prospect Jalen Green could change the way high school stars enter the NBA.
Jalen Green, Daishen Nix, Isaiah Todd, and whoever else joins the NBA G League pathway program will go beneath one of the more unique microscopes in recent years.
The nation’s top prospect is skipping college and going straight to the NBA—well, a developmental program run by the NBA.
Green's decision to bypass the NCAA and opt for the G League makes him a pioneer.
Jalen Green the highly regarded prospect has elected against attending college next season and will instead play in the NBA G League.
The NBA hopeful discusses missing out on chance to play in showcase events.
Jalen Green one of the nation’s top high school basketball players will forgo the college route and turn professional instead.
EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN 2018 WHEN JALEN GREEN WAS A 16-YEAR-OLD JUNIOR IN HIGH SCHOOL. ON THURSDAY, THE NOW-18-YEAR-OLD SENIOR, CONSIDERED THE TOP PLAYER IN THE 2020 RECRUITING CLASS, ANNOUNCED THAT HE WILL FORGO HIS COLLEGE ELIGIBILITY AND INSTEAD ENTER THE NBA G League.