Grayson Allen’s rookie season with the Utah Jazz looks to be going on hold for a little while.
According to CBS Sports, the Jazz have assigned Allen to the Salt Lake City Stars of the G-League.
Allen has not seen the court for the Jazz in three straight games, and has been averaging just over 10 minutes played per game in 14 appearances.
Utah’s recent addition of Kyle Korver in a deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers may also have played a role in Allen’s recent fall on the team’s depth chart.
— Salt Lake City Stars (@slcstars) December 3, 2018
Allen was drafted No. 21 overall in the 2018 NBA Draft after an exceptional college career at Duke.
In his three years as a starter for Duke, Allen averaged 34 minutes per game, 17.2 points per game, and a .431 field goal percentage.
Allen’s emergence came in the 2015 NCAA tournament, when he helped lead Duke to a national championship win over Wisconsin, earning All-Tournament honors in the process.