Point guard Travis Trice has signed a training-camp deal with the Bucks, Keith Smith of RealGM.com tweets.
Trice has played for Milwaukee’s summer-league squad the last two years. He averaged 8.8 PPG and 4.0 APG in five games this summer in Las Vegas. The 6’2” Trice was on the Knicks’ G League team last season and has also played overseas in Lebanon and Australia. He appeared in nine games for the Westchester Knicks and averaged 21.1 PPG and 6.4 APG in nine games while making over half of his 3-point atttempts.
Trice, 25, was undrafted in 2015 out of Michigan State.
The Bucks have Eric Bledsoe, Matthew Dellavedova and Brandon Jennings on their point guard depth chart, though Jennings’ salary for next season has not yet been guaranteed.
4 thoughts on “Travis Trice Signs Camp Deal With Bucks”
Good but we better sign wood
I’d like to see Wood accept a two-way deal. Bucks don’t have anyone like him — the rim-running Big who can rebound and protect the rim a little. He’s worth far more than Zeller IMO.
Right? He reminds me of whiteside with more work ethic. Centers take time to develop sometimes
Wow I didn’t know they played basketball in Lebanon, every day you learn something new. Live & learn.