A former basketball player with Montana State University Billings was drafted for the NBA G-League Saturday.
Zack Rollins played for MSUB for two seasons in 2017 and 2018.
Rollins, originally from New York, will head to California to play for the Clippers developmental team, Agua Caliente, in Ontario.
Rollins is highly decorated in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, receiving two honorable mentions both seasons.
He was a leading player for MSUB Men's Basketball in his two years there.
Rollins was the team leader in made free throws with 67 shots in the 2018-19 season. Shooting 86 percent from the free-throw line for the season, Rollins proved himself a valuable player for his team.
The former MSUB alumni attended San Bernardino Valley College in California from 2015-2017.
He achieved first-team all-conference with the Wolverines in 2016.
Rollins shot 27 points on 14 shots against College of the Desert with a 117-72 win, his best game while at SBVC.
Rollins was drafted in Round 3 of the G-league draft, among two other Montana State Alumnus.
Tyler Hall from Montana State was drafted fourth in Round 1 to Westchester, and Keljin Blevins from Montana State was drafted in Round 1 at number fifteen to Northern Arizona.
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