Keenan Evans agrees to two-way deal with Detroit Pistons

Updated: Jun. 28, 2018 at 3:28 PM CDT
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DETROIT, MI (KCBD) - Keenan Evans has agreed to a two-way deal with the Detroit Pistons, according to a report.

Citing unnamed sources, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported on Twitter, Late Wednesday.

A consensus All-American in 2017-18, Evans led the Red Raiders to their first Elite Eight appearance, starting 35 of 36 games while averaging team highs in minutes (29.5), points (17.6), and assists (3.2) per game.

This will be the second NBA season for two-way deals, which allow teams to have two extra players outside the 15-man roster. Two-way players typically spend most of their time with Gatorade League affiliates and are allowed 45 days with the parent club.

The goal was to create more chances for players to be developed by NBA teams while making more money than a standard Gatorade League player.

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