With the 60th pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, the Utah Jazz select
PG Tyrone Wallace, California

Rank: 21st
PG Rank: 5th
Class: Sr
Height: 6-5
Weight: 205
DOB: Jun 10, 1994
Born: Bakersfield, California

NABC All-District (20) Second Team - 2015

All-Pac-12 First Team - 2015

All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention Team - 2016

Season Team GP MIN FG% 3PT% FT% REB AST STL BLK PTS
2012-13 California 33 28.2 .342 .224 .534 4.4 2.6 0.8 0.5 7.2
2013-14 California 35 31.1 .430 .321 .625 4.1 2.7 1.3 0.5 11.3
2014-15 California 33 34.8 .425 .318 .606 7.1 4.0 1.3 0.3 17.1
2015-16 California 28 32.2 .442 .298 .649 5.3 4.4 1.0 0.4 15.2
CAREER 129 31.5 .415 .292 .613 5.2 3.4 1.1 0.4 12.6

Tyrone Wallace player profile | Utah Jazz draft history

2016 First Round

# Team Player
1. Ben Simmons
SF, LSU (Fr)
2. Brandon Ingram
SF, Duke (Fr)
3. Jaylen Brown
SF, California (Fr)
4. Dragan Bender
PF, Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv (Israel)
5. Kris Dunn
PG, Providence (Jr)
6. Buddy Hield
SG, Oklahoma (Sr)
7. Jamal Murray
PG, Kentucky (Fr)
8. Marquese Chriss
PF, Washington (Fr)
9. Jakob Poeltl
C, Utah (So)
10. Thon Maker
PF,   (Fr)
11. Domas Sabonis
PF, Gonzaga (So)
12. Taurean Prince
SF, Baylor (Sr)
13. Georgios Papagiannis
C, Panathinaikos (Greece)
14. Denzel Valentine
SG, Michigan State (Sr)
15. Juancho Hernangomez
PF, Movistar Estudiantes (Spain)
16. Guerschon Yabusele
PF, SPO Rouen Basket (France)
17. Wade Baldwin IV
PG, Vanderbilt (So)
18. Henry Ellenson
PF, Marquette (Fr)
19. Malik Beasley
SG, Florida State (Fr)
20. Caris LeVert
SG, Michigan (Sr)
21. DeAndre Bembry
SF, Saint Joseph's (Jr)
22. Malachi Richardson
SG, Syracuse (Fr)
23. Ante Zizic
C, KK Cibona (Croatia)
24. Timothe Luwawu
SF, KK Mega Vizura (Serbia)
25. Brice Johnson
PF, North Carolina (Sr)
26. Furkan Korkmaz
SG, Anadolu Efes (Turkey)
27. Pascal Siakam
PF, New Mexico State (So)
28. Skal Labissiere
C, Kentucky (Fr)
29. Dejounte Murray
PG, Washington (Fr)
30. Damian Jones
C, Vanderbilt (Jr)

2016 Second Round

# Team Player
31. Deyonta Davis
PF, Michigan State (Fr)
32. Ivica Zubac
C, KK Mega Vizura (Serbia)
33. Cheick Diallo
PF, Kansas (Fr)
34. Tyler Ulis
PG, Kentucky (So)
35. Rade Zagorac
SF, KK Mega Vizura (Serbia)
36. Malcolm Brogdon
SG, Virginia (Sr)
37. Chinanu Onuaku
C, Louisville (So)
38. Patrick McCaw
SG, UNLV (So)
39. David Michineau
PG, Chalon-Sur-Saone (France)
40. Diamond Stone
C, Maryland (Fr)
41. Stephen Zimmerman
C, UNLV (Fr)
42. Isaiah Whitehead
SG, Seton Hall (So)
43. Zhou Qi
PF, Xinjiang Guanghui (China)
44. Isaia Cordinier
SG, Denain ASC Voltaire (France)
45. Demetrius Jackson
PG, Notre Dame (Jr)
46. A.J. Hammons
C, Purdue (Sr)
47. Jake Layman
SF, Maryland (Sr)
48. Paul Zipser
SF, FC Bayern Munich Junior Team (Germany)
49. Michael Gbinije
SG, Syracuse (Sr)
50. Georges Niang
SF, Iowa State (Sr)
51. Ben Bentil
PF, Providence (So)
52. Joel Bolomboy
PF, Weber State (Sr)
53. Petr Cornelie
PF, Le Mans Sarthe Basket (France)
54. Kay Felder
PG, Oakland (Jr)
55. Marcus Paige
PG, North Carolina (Sr)
56. Daniel Hamilton
SF, Connecticut (So)
57. Zhelin Wang
C, Fujian (China)
58. Abdel Nader
59. Isaiah Cousins
PG, Oklahoma (Sr)
60. Tyrone Wallace
PG, California (Sr)

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Posts: 46436     And1: 27859     Jun 24, 2016 at 1:17 PM
I spent the last day rummaging through Poeltl footage, mainly of his play with Austria, and now I LOVE this pick. Poeltl was primarily a post player with Utah, but in the game I'm watching, a friendly with Lithuania, he's playing power forward. He's putting the ball on the floor and driving to the rim, he's making shots from all over the court, and he's defending the perimeter really well. He's a very fluid athlete and I see no reason why he can't play the 4.
 
Posts: 7208     And1: 464     Jun 24, 2016 at 2:49 AM
spurs just signed an undrafted pg from villanova...probably for toros team or camp fodder
 
Posts: 4485     And1: 754     Jun 24, 2016 at 2:42 AM
Siakam is a great pick. Really underrated. Scored well, a lot from mid range. Shows decent passing for a big, good rebounder and defender. Really energetic. Sure to prove himself as a solid rotation player.


He end up in any of your draft analysis? I looked for a one stop PF thread but didn't see it. Would love to see how he compares..
 
Posts: 181     And1: 144     Jun 24, 2016 at 2:04 AM
Did Robert Carter get drafted?

Not drafted but signed with the Dubs.
 
Posts: 40252     And1: 2827     Jun 24, 2016 at 1:20 AM
GP II still available ?

not anymore
https://twitter.com/ChrisBHaynes/status/746195793556574209
 
Posts: 5096     And1: 5040     Jun 24, 2016 at 1:13 AM
Admittedly I know next to nothing about Felder, but it seems like a lot of people have great things to say about him, so I'm happy considering we had no draft picks an hour ago. Good job Griff!

Oh man yoyo, for what and where we got him, he could be a diamond in the rough.

Instant offense, chip on his shoulder energy, playmaker, super athletic and built like a brick house. No way are Cavs droppin 2.4mil to not have this guy on the roster as 14 or 15th guy or perhaps Delly replacement insurance.

And he's not afraid of the moment. He played best against all the top teams they faced. Loved this from Griff.

Man, I would legitimately shed grown man tears if Delly left. I really hope he stays. You gotta think Dahntay Jones won't be on the team next year though. And JJ is getting to that retirement point. Kaun is basically deadweight. Who knows if Timo sticks around?

We'll definitely have room on our roster. Sir Dominic Pointer might be able to grab a spot, since we've been keeping him in the DL for a year now. I could see us doing the same with Felder for the first year. And then for the 2018 season, we bring over Cedi and put him and Felder on the roster with the big boys.

Gotta do whatever it takes to acquire and develop young talent when you have basically no upcoming draft picks. :lol:
 
Posts: 440     And1: 326     Jun 24, 2016 at 1:11 AM
Felder played for my school and I watched him play a lot... Sure it's the horizon league but The man is instant offense and got hops. Cavs went out of their way to get him.. He's a stud


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Posts: 5458     And1: 2935     Jun 24, 2016 at 1:06 AM
I only watched Felder play one game (against the Spartans) but it was enough to make me a believer. I'm more gutted than I should be about passing up a guy in the 2nd round.
 
Posts: 1879     And1: 1122     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:59 AM
Admittedly I know next to nothing about Felder, but it seems like a lot of people have great things to say about him, so I'm happy considering we had no draft picks an hour ago. Good job Griff!

Oh man yoyo, for what and where we got him, he could be a diamond in the rough.

Instant offense, chip on his shoulder energy, playmaker, super athletic and built like a brick house. No way are Cavs droppin 2.4mil to not have this guy on the roster as 14 or 15th guy or perhaps Delly replacement insurance.

And he's not afraid of the moment. He played best against all the top teams they faced. Loved this from Griff.
 
Posts: 5096     And1: 5040     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:49 AM
Admittedly I know next to nothing about Felder, but it seems like a lot of people have great things to say about him, so I'm happy considering we had no draft picks an hour ago. Good job Griff!
 
Posts: 12650     And1: 5730     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:42 AM
Did Robert Carter get drafted?
 
Posts: 1748     And1: 926     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:38 AM
Your reading comprehension failed you. I was making fun of you. I mean, you were asking "how is he going to become elite at basically everything he isn't already good?". Well, a guy who's elite at everything is a MVP candidate. My point is that he obviously won't perfect every weakness in his game and that's absolutely fine.
Seriously though, how many dumb, inefficient ball-hogging chuckers who didn't play defense in college come into the league and turn it around? How many can you think of? Because as it stands that's what he is.

****, when was the last time a Syracuse player turned out who could actually play good defense? Or really pan out at all? Have any of them since Carmelo been any good?

I don't care about that stuff. That's just nonsense talk for people who don't know anything about basketball feel like they're able to talk basketball. As if there was some sort of paranormal that prevents Syracuse players from being stars. Must be a spirit. I didn't like Carter-Williams, and thought Wes Johnson and Dion Waiters were reaches (as Richardson would be at the 4, or even in the lottery), but each player is a player. And I don't know, the guy he reminds me more is Jamal Crawford and to some extent Dion Waiters himself. Those two are having long careers in the league. JR Smith too, even though he didn't play in college. Anyway, every 1 of those 3 would be a good draft pick with the #22.
 
Posts: 1748     And1: 926     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:29 AM
Felder the big steal. Didn't think that Paige or Hamilton would get drafted. Like them both but Paige isn't athletic enough to play IMO and Hamilton needs to put in some serious work himself to be playable. He can't score from anywhere as it stands.

Hamiltons's only chance is to become a great shooter. Not very athletic, can only really play the SG because his wingspan is not good. He's a playmaker, but if he can't shoot, no one will allow him to drive, so his passing ability will be useless.

Hamilton got drafted because of his playmaking ability. Not often do you find guys his size that can create for others how Hamilton does. Lebron style game.

More like Kyle Anderson style. A poor man's Kyle Anderson at that.
 
Posts: 2514     And1: 349     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:23 AM
Well I'm happy the Cavs got Felder, I wonder if they will try to stash him in the D league for a year before signing him

did they buy Felder

solid work to their front office, Felder is a very good prospect at P.G
 
Posts: 3096     And1: 1618     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:23 AM
Kind of surprised to see Cat Barber and Ron Baker not get drafted. Both still have a shot to make the league. And I figured Van Vleet wouldn't, but damn if I don't love that man (nh).
 
Posts: 789     And1: 702     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:20 AM
Well I'm happy the Cavs got Felder, I wonder if they will try to stash him in the D league for a year before signing him
 
Posts: 2514     And1: 349     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:18 AM
Tyrone Wallace?

so GPIII goes undrafted, damn
 
Posts: 2099     And1: 466     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:18 AM
Felder the big steal. Didn't think that Paige or Hamilton would get drafted. Like them both but Paige isn't athletic enough to play IMO and Hamilton needs to put in some serious work himself to be playable. He can't score from anywhere as it stands.

Hamiltons's only chance is to become a great shooter. Not very athletic, can only really play the SG because his wingspan is not good. He's a playmaker, but if he can't shoot, no one will allow him to drive, so his passing ability will be useless.

Hamilton got drafted because of his playmaking ability. Not often do you find guys his size that can create for others how Hamilton does. Lebron style game.
 
Posts: 3096     And1: 1618     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:14 AM
Felder the big steal. Didn't think that Paige or Hamilton would get drafted. Like them both but Paige isn't athletic enough to play IMO and Hamilton needs to put in some serious work himself to be playable. He can't score from anywhere as it stands.

Hamiltons's only chance is to become a great shooter. Not very athletic, can only really play the SG because his wingspan is not good. He's a playmaker, but if he can't shoot, no one will allow him to drive, so his passing ability will be useless.
 
Posts: 3283     And1: 1047     Jun 24, 2016 at 12:13 AM
Felder the big steal. Didn't think that Paige or Hamilton would get drafted. Like them both but Paige isn't athletic enough to play IMO and Hamilton needs to put in some serious work himself to be playable. He can't score from anywhere as it stands.

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