Trevon Duval

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  • Trevon Duval
    PG, Milwaukee Bucks

    Former Duke PG Trevon Duval who competed in Sixers open runs on Wednesday and Thursday is expected to fly to Denver and compete in Nuggets open practices next week.

    Duval signed a two-way deal with the Bucks last year and was a part of the Rockets organization for a bit. With so many teams showing interest in the young guard, there is a chance he catches on some teams' bench or G-league affiliate. Duval is not on the fantasy radar.

    Source: Keith Pompey on Twitter

  • Trevon Duval
    G, Houston Rockets

    Trevon Duval, who had been waived by the Bucks, has been claimed by the Rockets.

    Duval was a member of Houston's Summer League roster before signing a two-way deal with the Bucks, so there's some familiarity here. He shouldn't play much this season.

    Source: Kelly Iko on Twitter

  • Thon Maker
    C/F, Milwaukee Bucks

    Thon Maker (left knee soreness), D.J. Wilson (right hamstring soreness) and Trevon Duval (left eye injury) will miss Friday’s game with the Wolves.

    Maker will miss another game due to his left knee though the Bucks are saying it’s a minor ailment with no long-tern concern. Maker hopes to play more minutes at power forward as Brook Lopez and John Henson (and maybe Christian Wood) look to soak up the center minutes. Maker probably won’t hold enough value to be rostered in standard leagues.

    Source: Matt Velazquez on Twitter

  • Trevon Duval
    G, Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks have reportedly signed Trevon Duval to a two-way deal.

    A one-and-done player at Duke, the undrafted Duval spent his Summer League with the Rockets and averaged 9.2 points, 1.6 assists and 0.6 steals in five contests. His combine numbers speak to solid athleticism but Duval still struggles with his shot (36 percent in Summer League) and needs further seasoning. He won't play much for the Bucks.

    Source: Jeff Zillgitt on Twitter

  • Trevon Duval
    G, Houston Rockets

    The Rockets have added Trevon Duval to their Summer League roster.

    Duval went undrafted out of Duke but was one of the more highly-regarded players to do so. He averaged 10.3 points, 5.6 assists and 1.5 steals in his lone NCAA campaign but is a very poor shooter, going 29 percent from deep and under 60 percent from the line. Duval would've benefited from another year at school but he was unlikely to start given Duke's incoming recruits. Instead he ended up as the first undrafted one-and-done in Duke history. He's got some important strengths in his profile but there are glaring weaknesses here that may be tough to overcome.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter