Grayson Allen Rumors

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Grayson Allen
Grayson Allen
Position: G
Born: 10/08/95
Height: 6-4 / 1.93
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Salary: $2,429,400
Allen and Porter are no longer officially declared inactive, at least for now. Jenkins suggested both players would be evaluated in five-on-five practices in Orlando, the door slightly more open for Allen’s return. “Grayson’s been on a long-term plan and has been progressing well,” said Jenkins. “We think he’ll be in a good spot as well, but we’ll know more when we get to Orlando.”
Donovan Mitchell: ““It’s definitely different but I’m going to miss my guys. I talked to all of them and I think it’s tough to see that in this business, especially with my guy Grayson (Allen) because this is his first time going through it. … We’ve got Mike, Bojan, we’ve got Ed, and those guys are really key to what we’ve got going on and I’m excited.””

Grayson Allen: The NBA season is an extra grind from college with extended road trips, playing a bunch of back-to-backs. There’s an extra grind so there’s an extra level of commitment you have to make on and off the court. With the game itself, it’s faster. Guys at every single position are usually more skilled and more athletic, so there’s an extra element of speed. You have to have your instincts right because if you leave one guy open for a second he’s draining a shot, and it doesn’t have to be the superstar on the court.
Grayson Allen entered the game late in the fourth quarter for Alec Burks on Nov. 19 at Indiana’s Bankers Life Fieldhouse with just 4:33 remaining. With the Jazz already trailing by 24 points to the Pacers when he checked in, a harmony of boos showered the arena every time the former Duke star touched the ball or his name was announced. The Jazz would go on to lose 121-94, but the rookie guard found humor in the situation as he finished with five points on 2-for-5 shooting.
Jim Paschke: This is how NBA Rookies answered this question: Which rookie is the best shooter? 1. Trae Young, Atlanta — 47% 2. Kevin Huerter, Atlanta — 13% Svi Mykhailiuk, L.A. Lakers — 4. Gary Trent Jr., Portland — 9% 5. Grayson Allen, Utah — 6% Donte DiVincenzo, Milwaukee —