Frank Mason III Signs Two-Way Deal With Bucks

JULY 26: The deal is now official, the Bucks confirmed today in a press release.

JULY 20: Point guard Frank Mason III has agreed to a two-way contract with the Bucks, Shams Charania of The Athletic tweets.

Mason was waived earlier this month by the Kings and went unclaimed.

Mason, 24, was selected by Sacramento with the 34th overall pick in the 2017 draft. He had a promising rookie season, averaging 7.9 PPG and 2.8 APG, but lost his place in the regular rotation last season.

He was supposed to play for the Kings in the California Summer League, but was held out of action due to a sore right hip. Mason had a $1.62MM salary for the upcoming season but it wasn’t guaranteed.

He’ll provide depth at the point behind Eric Bledsoe, George Hill and Donte DiVincenzo.

Forward Bonzie Colson holds the other two-way spot with Milwaukee, but the team also agreed to sign Cameron Reynolds to a two-way deal, so Colson looks like the odd man out.

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9 thoughts on “Frank Mason III Signs Two-Way Deal With Bucks

  1. Patrick Schroeder

    Didn’t they just sign Cameron Reynolds to their 2nd 2-way slot?

  2. Danthemilwfan

    Colson signed a partially guaranteed 2 year deal last year. He may get cut but he’s not a two way deal player anymore

  3. Averagebro

    Colson was released earlier this week.

    I’m shocked Mason hasn’t panned out yet. Good luck.

  4. Giantsfan775

    I still can’t believe the Kings let this guy go and kept Yogi Ferrell?! Frank is a solid player, just needs regular playing time. Nice piece to have on the bench.

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