After Jairus Lyles, the star of 16th-seeded UMBC's upset of No. 1 seed Virginia in this past March's NCAA tournament, learned the Utah Jazz had offered him a two-way contract, he was awed by his dream inching closer to becoming true. "It's incredible," he said Saturday, two days after signing with the Jazz. "It's only a [two-way] contract, but just to say that I signed an NBA contract, coming where I come from, it's just an incredible feeling, a blessing, a very humbling feeling." Lyles, 23, has played with the Jazz during Summer League play, used in a secondary role off the bench. The 6-foot-2 guard entered Saturday averaging 7.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists over four total games — two in the Utah Jazz Summer League and two in Las Vegas. "I played pretty good, not my best, but pretty good," Lyles said. "I guess [the Jazz] just believed in me. That's all you can ask for." After the conclusion of the 12-day circuit in Vegas, next up for Lyles will be training camp, where he'll compete for a roster spot. If he does not succeed, he'll play for the Jazz's G League team in Salt Lake City this season.