Midseason All-NBA G League Teams Unveiled

Official Release | February 2, 2018

With the first-ever NBA G League International Challenge replacing the traditional NBA G League All-Star Game this year, the NBA’s official minor league is recognizing its top performers by naming the Midseason All-NBA G League Teams. NBA G League coaches, general managers and players voted on the top performers from the first half of the season from their respective conferences, based on the performance of players in games through January 21, 2018.

Eligibility for players to be selected for recognition is based on having played in 50 percent of their team’s games through January 21st and being on an Active Roster. Two-Way players and players on assignment from the NBA are eligible to both vote for and receive Midseason All-NBA G League recognition.

Below are the selections from the Western Conference and Eastern Conference.


Anthony Brown – Iowa Wolves (Minnesota two-way player)

Thomas Bryant – South Bay Lakers (Los Angeles assignee)

Alex Caruso – South Bay Lakers (Los Angeles two-way player)

Quinn Cook – Santa Cruz Warriors (Golden State two-way player)

Daniel Hamilton – Oklahoma City Blue (Thunder two-way player)

Darrun Hilliard – Austin Spurs (San Antonio two-way player)

Amile Jefferson – Iowa Wolves (Minnesota two-way player)

Damian Jones – Santa Cruz Warriors (Golden State assignee)

Johnathan Motley – Texas Legends (Mavericks two-way player)

Georges Niang – Salt Lake City Stars (Jazz two-way player)

Tyrone Wallace – Agua Caliente Clippers (LA two-way player)

Jameel Warney – Texas Legends


Kadeem Allen – Maine Red Claws (Celtics two-way player)

Khem Birch – Lakeland Magic (Orlando assignee)

Jabari Bird – Maine Red Claws (Celtics two-way player)

Antonio Blakeney – Windy City Bulls (Chicago two-way player)

Joel Bolomboy – Wisconsin Herd

Lorenzo Brown – Raptors 905 (Toronto two-way player)

Trey Burke – Westchester Knicks

Milton Doyle – Long Island Nets (Brooklyn two-way player)

Walter Lemon Jr. – Fort Wayne Mad Ants

Xavier Munford – Wisconsin Herd (Bucks two-way player)

Christian Wood – Delaware 87ers

James Young – Delaware 87ers (76ers two-way player)

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