Stars Waive Knowles and Wallace – Roster Now Set

By Hayley Byrnes | November 10, 2016

SALT LAKE CITY (November 10, 2016) – The Salt Lake City Stars, the NBA Development League affiliate of the Utah Jazz, announced today that they have waived Tyrone Wallace due to injury. The Jazz still retain the draft rights to the guard. The team has also waived forward Zane Knowles. Salt Lake City’s opening night roster now stands at 12 players. An updated roster is below.

The Stars open their inaugural 2016-17 season on the road against the Sioux Falls Skyforce on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. Fans can watch the game on YouTube.

The team returns to Salt Lake City to host their home opener on Friday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. vs. the Northern Arizona Suns at Lifetime Activities Center-Bruin Arena.

Salt Lake City Stars’ 2016-17 roster:

2 Jaylen Bland Guard 6-3 205 UC Riverside/USA Draft
34 Eric Dawson Forward 6-9 250 Midwestern State/USA Affiliate
12 Quincy Ford Forward 6-8 225 Northeastern/USA Affiliate
20 Evrik Gary Guard 6-3 154 Francis Marion/USA Draft
22 JJ O’Brien Forward 6-7 215 San Diego State/USA Returning
4 Marcus Paige Guard 6-0 164 North Carolina/USA Affiliate
33 Da’Shonte Riley Center 7-0 240 Eastern Michigan/USA Returning
40 Patrick Simon* Forward 6-8 220 Seattle Pacific/USA Tryout
31 Henry Sims Center 6-10 245 Georgetown/USA Returning
24 Jermaine Taylor Guard 6-5 205 Central Florida/USA Returning
15 Dakarai Tucker Guard 6-5 195 University of Utah/USA Tryout
23 Jeremy Williams* Forward 6-7 200 Texas-El Paso/USA Returning

*Denotes inactive player

2016-17 Stars season tickets are on sale now at or by phone at (801) 325-STAR (7827). Season ticket membership benefits include the best ticket prices, exclusive events with Stars players and coaches, and more. Single-game tickets are also on sale for $5 per seat at, with no online fees, or at the Vivint Smart Home Arena box office.

— @slcstars or—

About the Salt Lake City Stars

The Salt Lake City Stars, the NBA D-League team owned and operated by the Utah Jazz, will play their inaugural season in Utah in 2016-17. The Utah Jazz relocated the Boise-based Idaho Stampede in April 2016 after purchasing the team in March 2015 following a single affiliation agreement for the 2014 season. The Stars will play their home games in a family-friendly atmosphere at Salt Lake Community College in Taylorsville. The NBA Development League is the NBA’s official minor league, preparing players, coaches, officials, trainers, and front-office staff for the NBA while acting as the league’s research and development laboratory. For more information on the Salt Lake City Stars, visit