Jeremiah Martin has shown potential with the Brooklyn Nets since the NBA season restarted.
The rookie point guard had an excellent collegiate career at Memphis and averaged 19.7 points per game his senior year. Despite his impressive season, Martin went undrafted in 2019.
He played 37 games with the Long Island Nets of the G-League this season, averaging 17.7 point per game. His solid play in the G-League combined with multiple injured and sick Nets players earned Martin a chance with Brooklyn. So far he has made the most of it.
Martin scored 24 points in Brooklyn’s victory over the Magic yesterday.
He has averaged 7.8 points per game in eight games with the Brooklyn Nets this season and is proving he can play in the NBA.
Martin’s impressive showing in the NBA’s restart could earn him an NBA contract next season.