Five years is the cutoff for a two way. Many teams have jettisoned injured two way players. One that comes to mind is Trevon Bluiett who was on a Pels two way playing for the Stars who injured something and then was cut by the Pels.
The Stars acquired a 29 year old player who said his idols growing up were DWill and Dee Brown. He has never played GLeague or the NBA but has been an international vagabond. "Rayjohn Rice (6-4, 220, Illinois) joins the Stars with 173 games (112) starts, internationally, since the 2015-16 season. The Champaign, Ill., native owns international career averages of 16 points and 4.4 rebounds." He's scored everywhere he's been and supposedly is a solid defender. It will be interesting to see if it translates.
Stars had a nice win tonight over the Lakers GLeague team. Three Stars players scored over 20 points Carsen Edwards, Derrick Alston and Jared Wilson Frame, Wilson Frame lead the Stars in assists and Rayvonte Rice lead them in rebounding and +-. The Lakers had a two way player Mason Jones drop 42 points and Pierre Jackson that the Jazz once had the rights to for about five minutes scored over 20 for the Lakers and led them in assists. No Forrest for the Stars.
There are a couple of GLeague guys I would like to see the Jazz kick the tires on that would provide some wing size and both were first round picks: Justin Jackson and Chandler Hutchison. Jackson had 10 days with the Celts and Suns and Hutchison was a two way player for the Suns.