Howard All-MEAC goalie Kyle Foster invited to NBA Summer League
The NBA Summer League increased its presence at the HBCU as Kyle Foster, former Howard All-MEAC guard, was invited to play for the Detroit Pistons.
He is one of three HBCU players so far to participate in the NBA Summer League along with Texas Southern All-SWAC center Brison Gresham who received an invitation to play for the Brooklyn Nets and MEAC Player of the Year. Howard’s RJ Cole.
Last season, Foster led the Bisons to a 16-13 overall record for their first time finishing above .500 since 2001-02.
Howard’s Kyle Foster will play summer league with the Detroit Pistons, a source told ESPN. The 6’5 guard led college basketball in 3-point percentage, hitting 46 percent of his attempts.
—Jonathan Givony (@DraftExpress) June 26, 2022
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Foster averaged 15.8 points and 4.1 rebounds in 29 games, recording the second-highest three-point percentage in the nation (46%).
Additionally, his 105 three-pointers on the year led the MEAC by a landslide, with the next closest player making just 64.
Foster has kept busy this offseason playing in the HBCU All-Star Game, attending the G-League Elite Camp, training with the Sacramento Kings pre-draft, and signing with Lift Sports Management the same agency as 2022 number one. NBA overall draft pick Paolo Banchero.
The Bison guard is looking to make history by going to the NBA from Howard, which has only happened twice in the league’s 75-year history.