Former Oregon basketball players Louis King and Kenny Wooten will get their shot to catch on with NBA teams after going undrafted.
King has agreed to a two-way deal with the Detroit Pistons, according to multiple reports, and Wooten will play for the New York Knicks in the NBA Summer League.
King declared for the draft after averaging 13.5 points and shooting 43.5% from the field as a freshman. The 6-foot-9 wing was projected as a late first-round or second-round pick but wasn't among the 60 players selected last week.
Two-way players split time between the G League and the NBA, spending no more than 45 days with the NBA team. In addition to their 15-man rosters, NBA teams can have two players on two-way contracts each season.
Wooten has committed to playing for the Knicks Summer League team and likely will be invited to the team's training camp, according to the New York Post. He played two seasons for the Ducks and is third on Oregon's career blocks list with 166.
Wooten turned heads with his 150-inch max vertical jump at the G League Elite Camp but wasn't projected as a draft pick. He averaged 6.3 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.2 blocks last season for the Ducks.
Of Oregon's three early entrants into the NBA draft, Bol Bol was the only player to be selected. He was picked 44th overall by the Miami Heat and traded to the Denver Nuggets.