The summer league gives first and second-year players in the NBA a chance to show their skills to their respective teams. Ever since 2012, there has been an MVP award given out. What are some of those players doing in their careers now?

2012: Damian Lillard and Josh Selby

Lillard was playing for the Trail Blazers at the time and still is. Lillard received the co-MVP award for putting up a stat line of 26.5 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 5.3 assists. Lillard has been a two time All Star since that happened, has made the All NBA Team two times as well.

He is the face of the Trail Blazer franchise.

Selby was playing for the Memphis Grizzlies at the time. Selby averaged 24.5 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 3.5 assists. Selby never made it past a year with an NBA team. Selby was sent to the Reno Big Horns that 2012 season. He was then traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers with two other players. He would then be demoted and waived in 2013. Since then, he has played in China, Turkey, and Israel.

2013 Jonas Valanciunas

The center out of Toronto has been a mainstay with the Raptors. Valanciunas received the award for averaging 18.8 points and 10.0 rebounds that summer. He would go on to make the NBA Rookie Team that season. He has made no All Star appearances but has been a core building piece to the help send the Raptors to the playoffs the last four seasons.

2014: Glen Rice Jr.

Rice Jr. was a member of the Washington Wizards during his major accomplishment. Rice Jr. averaged 25.0 points and 7.8 rebounds.He didn't stick around the league too much longer. In 2015, he was sent down to the D-League and then waived from the team. Later that year, he was shot in the leg at an Atlanta restaurant and charged with reckless conduct and possession of marijuana.

Then, in 2016, he was arrested for battery. Rice Jr. hasn't been touched by a team since.

2015: Kyle Anderson

Anderson was a member of the San Antonio Spurs that year and has been with the team his first two seasons of his career. Anderson averaged 22.0 points and 5.8 rebounds. Anderson was a central piece of the bench this past season.

Anderson played in 72 games and started 14 of them. He will look to be a contributor this year as well.

2016: Tyus Jones

Jones was a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2016. Jones averaged 19.4 points and 5.4 assists. Jones has spent the last two seasons in Minnesota. He was a backup to Ricky Rubio last year and will be Jeff Teague's backup this season.