The G League regular season was supposed to conclude today, on March 28th, however the current decision is to to end or suspend the season remain unknown. However, players will receive the full sum of money they are meant to receive.
The NBA itself is preparing for the possibility of returning to play in the mid to late June, as the best-case scenario after the CDC recommended that all events with 50 or more people be canceled for two months to help slow the spread of the virus.
With the G League likely set to be cancelled, AfroBallers decided to take a look at the three players to suit up this season as they hadsome spectacular performances within the G- League.
Christ Koumadje, Delaware Blue Coats
The Chadian centre led the league with four per game and was seventh in rebounding. He recorded two triple-doubles this season with points, rebounds and blocks.
welcome to Christ Koumadje’s block party 👋@FSUHoops ↗️ @blue_coats pic.twitter.com/0X8sNK315q— NBA G League (@nbagleague) February 9, 2020
Tacko Fall, Maine Red Claws
The Senegalese center has emerged as one of the top big men in the G League. Fall averaged 12.9 points, 11.1 rebounds and 2.9 blocks in 29 games played. He finished sixth in rebounding and third in blocks while his 18 double-doubles ranked eighth.
Tacko Fall was a perfect 6-6 shooting w 12 Pts 6 Rebs and 4 Blocks in 16 minutes last night! pic.twitter.com/mNYvvmLZAr— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) February 1, 2020
Marial Shayok, Delaware Blue Coats
The Canadian and South Sudanese two-way rookie averaged 23 points, 5.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 35 games played. He shot 45.4% from the field and established himself as perhaps the top scorer in the league, finishing second in total points.
took on a leading role in his team’s victory | #2WayPlayer @MarialShayok— NBA G League (@nbagleague) March 11, 2020
26 PTS | 7 REB | 3 AST | 3 STL@CycloneMBB ↗️ @blue_coats ↔️ @sixers pic.twitter.com/LUdOGN7Z1d