Bucks Two-Way Player Frank Mason Named NBAGL MVP

Frank Mason III, who has spent the 2019/20 season on a two-way contract with the Bucks, has been named the NBA G League’s Most Valuable Player, the league announced today in a press release.

The 34th overall pick in the 2017 draft, Mason spent his first two professional seasons with the Kings before being waived by Sacramento last July. In his first year under contract with Milwaukee, he appeared in just six games for the Bucks, spending most of the season with the Wisconsin Herd.

In 23 games for Milwaukee’s G League affiliate this season, Mason averaged a league-leading 26.4 PPG to go along with 5.0 APG and 3.4 RPG in 31.5 minutes per contest. He also posted an impressive .504/.425/.815 shooting line, and helped lead the Herd to a league-best 33-10 record. The team was 18-5 in games Mason played.

Mason’s two-way contract is reportedly set to expire at season’s end, so the Bucks will have to sign him to a new deal if they hope to keep him beyond 2019/20.

Mason beat out Herd teammate Jaylen Adams and Celtics two-way player Tremont Waters in NBAGL MVP voting — Adams and Waters finished second and third, respectively.

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8 thoughts on “Bucks Two-Way Player Frank Mason Named NBAGL MVP

  1. Lionel Muggeridge

    If Bledsoe continues to disappoint in the playoffs, Bucks should consider trading him and starting Hill with Mason as backup instead

  2. Skip, Tampa

    Nadler was G League MVP with Red Claws/Celtics.
    Where’s he at right now ?
    At minimum it’ll get Mason a very nice 3 year minimum contract for the Bank.
    Amazing that someone hasn’t picked up Jaylen Adams.

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