Milwaukee Bucks: Getting to know new two-way player Cam Reynolds

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN- JUNE 14: (Photo by David Sherman/NBAE via Getty Images)

After becoming the latest player to sign for the Milwaukee Bucks on a two-way deal, we learn more about Cameron Reynolds and how his basketball life has now taken him to the Cream City.

While the Milwaukee Bucks made waves on Thursday in regard to who they might add with either one of their final two open roster spots, they also sorted out one vacancy deep within their roster.

Late Thursday afternoon, news broke from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that Reynolds had agreed to become the Bucks’ latest two-way player, alongside the incumbent Bonzie Colson II.

Reynolds had been sitting in the open market for the last few weeks after being waived from his non-guaranteed deal by the Minnesota Timberwolves in late June ahead of this year’s free agency kicking on.

The second-year forward had an incredibly eventful rookie season, one that started with him going undrafted in the 2018 NBA Draft.

What followed was the 24-year-old initially finding a home within the Sacramento Kings organization, managing to parlay that into being a member of Team USA, and achieving his dream of playing in the NBA over the final month and a half of the 2018-19 season.

And to think, Reynolds has only gotten his feet wet on the NBA level and if this is only the beginning of his professional career, who’s to say what could come down the line now that he has a new home with the Bucks.

So without further ado, let’s dig deeper into Cam Reynolds’ basketball journey and how all the steps he’s taken have now brought him to the Milwaukee Bucks.

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