After four years at Montana State, Tyler Hall was set to start his professional career. The Westchester Knicks selected the 6’5” guard with the No. 4 pick in the 2019 G League Draft.
Westchester head coach Derrick Alston detailed how the team counted on Hall to make shots and he showed to be a solid catch-and-shoot shooter. The rookie guard was an effective shooter from the left corner where he connected on 44.2 percent of his shots from that spot, while draining 43.2 percent from the left wing and 40.4 percent from the right wing.
Hall drained a few big shots in his rookie season. On February 19 against the Raptors 905, Westchester was down by three points in the final 30 seconds of the game. Lamar Peters drove to the basket and kicked it out to Hall who connected on a three-pointer, which sent the game into overtime. On January 18, the rookie guard put together a great sequence where he forced a turnover on an inbounds then drained a corner three and was fouled, which resulted in a four-point play for Hall. Both plays were featured on the top 10 plays of the season.
His 91 perimeter shots made are second most for a Westchester rookie and third most made in a season. Hall was second on the team in three-point percentage and he finished in the top 20 in the G League.
Notable 2019-20 Season Stats (Stats Courtesy From RealGM)
9.3 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 41.0 3PT% in 39 games
Notable Season Highs (Stats Courtesy From RealGM)
Jan. 18 vs Salt Lake City Stars: 24 points
Jan. 31 vs vs Maine Red Claws: 10 rebounds
Jan. 2 vs College Park Skyhawks: 7 assists
Jan. 7, vs Delaware Blue Coats, Feb. 19 vs Raptors 905, and Mar. 6 vs Wisconsin Herd: 6 three-pointers made
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Tyler Hall Mirrors Best Three-Point Performance for Knicks (via Westchester Knicks/YouTube) Tyler Hall Nets Career-High in Knicks Victory over Bulls (via Westchester Knicks/YouTube)
Tyler Hall with 23 Points vs. Wisconsin Herd (via NBA G League/YouTube)
Tyler Hall with 24 Points vs. Salt Lake City Stars (via NBA G League/YouTube)
Tyler Hall with 22 Points vs. Delaware Blue Coats (via NBA G League/YouTube)