Sticking the D league with these players seems as if the Stars will be really
good this season. They have not shown much in the past. Will this season be a
@panamadesnewsI disagree. It would take two Jazz guards going down
for Trey Lewis to get a shot at playing.Even if Rubio went down with
an injury, the team would still have Exum, Mitchell, and Neto who can play the
point. When you consider that Ingles and Burks can also man the point guard
position, Trey Lewis' chances of playing for the Jazz this year are slim at
Re:rvalens2 - Burley, IDAug. 29, 2018 11:41 a.m.@oldbasketball"Lewis is unlikely to play for the Jazz during
the regular season. Though you might see him play a few minutes in the preseason
games."It would just take one injury to a point guard, and he
would be on the roster. Remember Ricky Rubio last year?
It's not what you know, it's who you know!
@oldbasketballIt can't be anything but a training camp deal.Why? Because there aren't any spots left on the team and the Jazz
don't need another point guard. By signing Trey, they are allowed to keep
his G-League rights even after they waive him. If everything works out, he will
end up playing for the Salt Lake City Stars.The Jazz can have up to
20 players in training camp. By signing Lewis, they filled that final spot.Lewis is unlikely to play for the Jazz during the regular season. Though
you might see him play a few minutes in the preseason games.
Some details of the contract would be good.
Trey Lewis is a 6' 2" 185-pound point guard.Yes, the Jazz
has a full roster. Trey will most likely end up playing for the Jazz G-League
affiliate — the Stars.
I thought the Jazz had a full roster? If so, will Lewis or somebody else be
sent to the G-league team? Two thought: First, competition is always good, and
this will help players from becoming complacent. Second, with the excellent
coaching staff, and how well they develop their players, anything can happen.I would like to know Lewis' size and what position he plays.