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The 2019-20 NBA season is underway, and only two players from NC State are on NBA rosters, despite having four last season. Despite this, many players are signed to professional clubs and have bright futures ahead of them playing professionally. These include three alumni on G-League rosters, giving them a good shot to eventually crack an NBA roster. Let’s take a look at where some players ended up over the summer.

Senior guard Markell Johnson has had quite the journey as a member of the NC State Wolfpack. Johnson entered as the youngest player on the roster in his freshman season and appeared in 30 games with the team.

The NBA regular season is over, and no Pack alumni made the playoffs. However, NC State fans still have a reason to be excited. Longtime women’s basketball point guard Kiara Leslie was drafted by the Washington Mystics and will join T.J. Warren and Dennis Smith Jr. as Pack alumni playing professionally. Let’s take a look at how each Pack pro has performed this season:

The NBA Playoffs are underway, and although no NC State alumni will be represented, there were a handful who made big impacts for their respective NBA or developmental league teams throughout the 2016-17 season.