Utah Jazz plan to sign Naz Mitrou-Long to two-way deal


Redshirt senior Naz Mitrou-Long celebrates after a game against #9 Baylor, Saturday afternoon in Hilton Coliseum. After being tied at halftime, the Cyclones pulled off the upset, winning 72-69, and improved to 19-9 overall (11-5 in conference).

Brian Mozey

The Utah Jazz are planning to sign former Iowa State guard Naz Mitrou-Long to a two-way NBA contract today. 

Mitrou-Long went undrafted in the NBA draft, but found a place with the Sacarmento Kings during the Las Vegas Summer League before finding the Utah Jazz. 

He’s been playing in with the Utah Jazz’s G-League, the Salt Lake City Stars. Throughout his 20 games with the Stars, he averaged 15 points and 3.6 assists per game. 

Mitrou-Long was an All-Big 12 Second-Team selection during his final season at Iowa State.