Duval played the final 54 seconds of Friday's 122-107 win over the Mavericks, finishing with two points (1-1 FG) and one assist.
Duval registered his first career points just 13 seconds after checking into the game for his NBA debut. The rookie point guard has played exclusively with the G League's Wisconsin Herd this season but had the rare opportunity to suit up Friday with three players (Nikola Mirotic, Khris Middleton and Donte DiVincenzo) unavailable. Middleton is expected back for Saturday's game against the Magic, so Duval is a decent bet to return to the inactive list for that contest.
Duval (groin) scored seven points (3-8 FG, 1-2 3Pt) and tallied three assists along with two rebounds in the win Friday over the Charge.
Duval was able to return to the court are missing just under a week of time with a groin injury. The point guard ceded the majority of the time at the two guards spot to Nick Johnson and Robert Johnson, so it seems as if the Herd are easing their PG back into the rotation slowly.
Duval (groin) did not play in Wednesday's 118-109 win over Windy City.
It's still unclear what the timeline for return may be, but Duval's next opportunity to play will come Friday against the Canton Charge. Particularly after a promising start to his G League career, the rookie guard will need to take the court soon in order to maintain his usual minutes workload.
Duval was held out of Saturday's game against Capital City due to a groin injury.
It's unknown when Duval picked up the injury, but it was evidently significant enough to sideline him for Saturday's matchup. The severity of the issue remains unknown, although his next chance to return will come Wednesday against Windy City.
Duval has averaged 14.0 points (on 50 percent shooting from the field), 4.3 assists, 1.5 steals, 1.3 rebounds and 1.3 three-pointers in 24.3 minutes per game through his first four outings with the G League's Wisconsin Herd.
The undrafted rookie out of Duke has shown impressive touch from distance through his initial professional action, knocking down three-point attempts at a 38.5 percent clip. Though he's signed to a two-way contract and could get a look with Bucks at some point this season, Duval is more likely to spend the bulk of the campaign with Wisconsin in order to pick up meaningful playing time.
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