Milwaukee Bucks: 3 possible Summer League two-way contract candidates

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Louisville Cardinals: Steven Enoch
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Steven Enoch is a candidate to grab a two-way spot with the Milwaukee Bucks

If the Bucks are looking to find another developmental player with size, then Steven Enoch would be someone who could grab a two-way spot.

At 6-foot-10 and 255 pounds, Enoch is the biggest man on the Bucks’ Summer League roster, and he has a bit of an interesting skillset. He was in college for five years, splitting his time between the UConn Huskies and Louisville Cardinals — he was a teammate of Jordan Nwora’s!

In his junior and senior years with the Cardinals, the 23-year-old started 42 of his 65 games played, averaged 9.4 points and 5.4 rebounds, and he shot 34.8 percent from deep on 67 total attempts. This past season, he played over in Spain for Monbus Obradoiro. He averaged just over 15 minutes in 36 games played, with 9.6 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. Enoch continued to shoot the three, shooting 33.3 percent on 39 attempts.

It’s a bit impressive to see a man of his size willing to take 3’s, even if it’s at a relatively low rate. He’s able to hit trailing triples when he can line it up, which gives him some extra value. He also has a nice touch around the basket, which was accentuated in Europe, where he shot 63.8 percent on 2-point shots on a little over five attempts.

His rebounding isn’t as strong as you’d like for someone of his size, but he’s solid in that regard. He posted rebounding rates over 15 percent in his two years with Louisville. Additionally, he improved as a rim protector in his final two collegiate seasons, with a 3.6 percent block rate.

There are a couple of other notable players that the Bucks could take a look at for their two-way spot or G-League fliers, specifically NBA vet Theo Pinson and former Notre Dame Fighting Irish forward John Mooney.

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There may not be as many household names as other Summer League squads, but the Bucks have an interesting group of guys to get a longer look at in game action. Although the focus will be on their own players first, don’t sleep on the players from outside of the organization.