Graham, a 6’4″ shooting guard, spent last season at Arizona State. In 33 games, he averaged 18.6 PPG with 4.2 RPG, and was the team’s biggest outside shooting threat — he made three-point shots at a 38.7% rate, pouring in 3.3 per game.
Graham’s brief stay on Utah’s NBA roster will allow the Jazz to make him an affiliate player for the Salt Lake City Stars, their G League team. Assuming Graham doesn’t sign with another NBA club, he figures to open the G League season in Salt Lake City.
Utah’s roster count is now at 19 players, including a pair on two-way contracts. The Jazz will need to make two more roster cuts before the regular season begins.