University players want to continue their transition to professional leagues in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic. Indeed, a number of them have recently announced their intention to participate in the NBA project during the recommended self-quarantine period. These include a potential first choice, Anthony Edwards of Georgia, and Auburn Isaac Okoro. Duke Tre Jones is another player in the design.
Kurt Helin of NBC Sports gave a detailed account of Tre Jones’ plans to coach Mike Krzyszewski. Numerous forged sketches allowed the Duke of the foundry to enter the first round, with some noting it as a possible final selection in the first round. Some also predicted that it would be published at the beginning of the second round.
The 20-year-old was a teammate with current NBA players Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett and Cam Red. In his first season at the moment, Jones scored an average of 9.4 points and 5.3 assists. After their departure he expanded his offensive repertoire to 16.2 points and 6.4 cents per match. It also increased its share by 3 points, from a miserable 26.2% to a respectable 36.1%.
In addition to being a threat to an offensive operation, Jones was considered a good leader and a clumsy defender. In fact, the regular season of CCA ended with the CCA Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year awards. Doubts remain, however, about its size and sportsmanship. Jones is 6 foot 3 inches long and weighs only 185 pounds.
At the moment, however, all negotiations on the NBA project are hypothetical. Because of the pandemic, the league will probably focus on the regular season and the play-offs before moving on to the draft.