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Former Warriors Allen and Jankovic on NBA summer rosters

Former University of Hawai’i standout Noah Allen is one of 18 players on the Golden State Warriors 2017 Summer League roster.

Allen won UH’s Most Outstanding Player Award as a senior in 2016-17, and was a first team All-Big West Conference selection. He led the team in scoring at 15.5 points per game, and rebounding at 5.9 per game.

Allen, a 6-foot-7 guard/forward, is one of 12 rookies on Golden State’s summer roster. The NBA Summer League is for rookies, as well as first-year and second-year players with limited experience. Former Nebraska guard Tai Webster, who is the son of former UH player Tony Webster, is another rookie on the team.

Golden State will participate in the Las Vegas Summer League, July 8-17.

Former Hawai’i standout forward Stefan Jankovic is on the Orlando Magic’s Summer League roster. He played with the Miami Heat last summer and then in the NBA Developmental League (now known as the NBA G-League).

Orlando will participate in the Orlando Summer League, July 1-6.


  1. Good luck to both guys. Make a name for yourself out there.

  2. Villa is on one of the Hawaii Summer Lge rosters. Negus, Low and Austin Pope are listed on Artie’s team

  3. At 2:37, there is a short interview with Avea.

  4. Anyone visiting this weekend?…i know we suppose to have some kind of announcement at the end of the month according to ganot either coach or recruit

  5. Janks among seven on an 18-player roster who did not play in today’s Magic loss in the summer league.

  6. Any late addition may be a foreign player, per McInnis.

  7. Re: foreign player. If they can’t find a player who will upgrade the roster, I’d just as soon they give the scholie to Stepteau.

  8. Janks DNP in Magic win today.

  9. Yet another DNP for Janks today. Wonder how much benefit one can gain from the summer league if you don’t get to play?

  10. Janks needs to go make money in Europe. If he’s not getting PT in summer league the NBA is a long shot.

  11. Janks played 6 minutes, 14 seconds but went scoreless (0-for-2) with a rebound, a block and two turnovers in Magic win. Well, at least he saw the court.

  12. Janks started, and played 11 minutes, 36 seconds but did not score (0-for-3, all 3-point attempts). He had three rebounds and a block. Wonder what the future holds?

  13. Janks should have stayed and played the extra year. To many of our players run off early when they and the school could have benefited if they stayed. I recognize found himself in a difficult decision and I hope he gets to use his talents on the court somewhere. I think going to Europe is not a bad idea.

  14. Noah Allen played 12 minutes, scored 4 pts, 3 rebounds, one assist, per boxscore.

  15. No. 18, Noah Allen defending against Larry Drew II.

  16. DVR’d the game and just finished scanning through it. Interesting that Allen was credited with 12 minutes of PT; I think he played 18-20 minutes, including extended minutes in the second and fourth quarters, and shorter stints in the first and third. He was inserted back into the game for the final 30 seconds (for defense?), but Drew hit the game-winner over him.

    Both of Allen’s baskets were uncontested layups, one on a break, the other on an inbounds play. He seemed content to pass the ball, and never once tried to go one-on-one against a defender. Still, that’s more minutes in one game than Janks had in five.

  17. Maybe WI can call him. Say Hi from Hawaii. Ask Janks what’s up?
    Get the inside scoops.

  18. New assistant coach hired, Marlon Stewart, 32.

  19. Hoping he already has recruits in his radar and maybe he brings over a transfer

  20. The Golden St coach must have a liking for Noah, since Noah has played minutes in every game, so far.

  21. Golden St summer league coach, Chris DeMarco.

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