On Monday, USA Basketball announced that former Pitt Panther Jared Wilson-Frame was named to the Team USA 3×3 Pro Circuit roster that will compete throughout the summer and into this upcoming fall.
Wilson-Frame, a 6-foot-5 guard, played two seasons at Pitt from 2017-19. In his career, he played in 64 games in a Pitt uniform, starting 40. He averaged 12.8 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game as a Panther. The outside threat shot 40% from three-point range in his last year with the program.
Former Pitt G Jared Wilson-Frame was selected to compete for Team USA in the 2022 FIBA 3×3 Pro Circuit event, per release. https://t.co/QDSvxqx9Wx
— George Michalowski (@MichalowskiCBB) June 20, 2022
He now plays for the Salt Lake City Stars of the NBA G-League. During this season, Wilson-Frame averaged 36 minutes, 17 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 5.3 assists per game. He shot 40% from three-point range this year, taking over nine threes per game.
The 3×3 games are played on a half court, with teams taking it up (a “clear”) beyond the 2-point arch after a basket, rebound, or steal. The teams compete until one side scores 21 points, or until time expires (10 minute game clock). ESPN analyst and former college basketball coach Fran Fraschilla is Team USA’s coach. Wilson-Frame will be competing alongside Isaiah Brown, Austin Butler, Khalil Iverson, Rodney Pryor, Keaton Wallace, and Hassani Gravett.
The schedule for the FIBA circuit can be found here.