For some players, 2 teams now mean 2 chances at NBA

ORLANDO, Florida—Trey McKinney Jones is still grinding.

He’ll be 27 next month, so he’s not a wishful kid anymore. The beard is real. So are the bills, and so is the responsibility that comes with having a daughter who will be turning 2 in October.

Summer League might be his last shot at the dream job. Or in his case, last shots.

“I’m giving the NBA one more shot, while I’m still young, I guess you could say,” McKinney Jones said.

Most players in summer league spend their time with one franchise. McKinney Jones is among a handful of players lucky enough to hook up with two teams for summer games this season. He’s been with Indiana for the Orlando Pro Summer League that …

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