NBA News: Rashad Vaughn recalled by Milwaukee Bucks from D-League
Rashad Vaughn have been called back by the Milwaukee Bucks after two games in the D-League and they are ready to welcome the young shooting star to the NBA club.
According to NBA, General Manager John Hammond announced that Vaughn is recalled back from the Westchester Knicks where he spent the last two games with former Buck Damien Inglis of the NBA Development League.
Speaking of his game with the Knicks, he averaged 11.5 points and 4.0 rebounds per game. He made 45.0 percent of his field goals and 36.4 percent of his threes in his time with Westchester. Vaughn was the 17th overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft out of UNLV as reported by Fansided.
Until 30 November, the Westchester Knicks don't play, which is after Milwaukee's three games. One things for sure, he can get into practicing more with the Bucks than the WC Knicks. With Tony Snell on the struggle, the Bucks could get a rebrand with new starting shooting guard this season.
The D-League looks a smart way to keep players on the league for players who wants to get into NBA. The process of not owning a club in the Development League us a little harder and less rewarding. Thus, it might be more of an advantage for the member of Bucks to practice and play with a team built the same way the NBA is made.
Milwaukee Bucks said in a Twitter post that right now it's still pretty easy for Milwaukee to send someone down and to bring them back up whenever, but the process could definitely be smoother.
With the Bucks this year Vaughn has made 36.4 percent of his threes up from a horrid 29.3 percent rate last season. In his sophomore season, his field goal percentage and two-point percentage have also increased.