The Houston Rockets' Jalen Green has officially arrived in the NBA.

Green introduced himself by scoring a terrific bucket which resulted into an and-1.

Jalen Green is the prized possession of the Rockets as he was selected second overall during the 2021 NBA Draft.

A consensus five-star recruit out of high school, the 6-foot-6 two-guard was the best at his position in his recruiting class. ESPN even had him ranked as the No. 1 overall player for all high school seniors in 2020-21 as he averaged 31 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists per game during his senior year in high school.

Green then notably skipped the usual college route and decided to play professionally with the Ignite of the NBA G-League.

The Rockets' guard averaged 17.9 points in 46.1% shooting ( 36.5% from threes) on his lone G-League stint. Those are not eye-popping numbers, but he is a 19-year old kid who played against grown men.

Green showed flashes of his potential scoring-wise and dropped a career-high 30 point game against these men who are fighting for a spot in the NBA.

The electric guard's skillset will get Rockets fans excited because he is an athletic three-level scorer who has all the potential to replicate what they lost when they traded superstar James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets.

The Rockets will look to make Green one of their focal points in offense next season alongside big man Christian Wood and fellow guard Kevin Porter Jr.