Bucks Waive Trevon Duval

The Bucks have waived rookie guard Trevon Duval, who spent the season on a two-way contract, the team announced on Twitter.

Duval played most of the year in the G League, averaging 12.5 points, 3.6 assists and 2.8 rebounds in 38 games with the Wisconsin Herd. He got into three games for Milwaukee, playing six total minutes and averaging 1.7 PPG.

Duval went undrafted last summer after one season at Duke. He played for the Rockets’ summer league team before catching on with the Bucks.

 

Because he was a two-way player, the move won’t affect Milwaukee’s roster. All 15 slots are filled by players with guaranteed contracts.

newest oldest

6 thoughts on “Bucks Waive Trevon Duval

  1. OCTraveler

    Another player who should have stayed in college – but not really sure if he could have cracked Duke’s lineup this year.

    • kenneth cole

      He would have absolutely cracked the lineup, he’s better than Goldwire

  2. Z-A

    If he could shoot he wouldn’t be available, if he could d up he wouldn’t be available. Needs to go to a bad team without a long term PG or a team that has the coaching that can develop him. Spurs, Suns, Magic.

  3. Take a year in the G-League and develop more. Agree he should have stayed longer at Duke.

Leave a Reply