|Full Name||Trevon Tyler Duval|
|Known As||Trevon Duval|
|Birth Date||August 3, 1998|
|Birth Place||Queens, New York|
|Father’s Name||Trevor Duval|
|Mother’s Name||Chaka Campbell|
|Age||24 years old|
|Height||6 feet 2 inches|
|Weight||189 lb (86 kg)|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|NBA Draft Pick||2018/Undrafted|
|Last Update||August 2022|
A well-known American basketball player with the Grand Rapids Gold of the NBA G League is Trevon Duval. He played basketball for the Duke Blue Devils.
As a high school player, the athlete was widely regarded as a five-star recruit for the Class of 2017. In January 2017, Duval received the McDonald’s All-American honor.
Efficiency was a big issue for Duval coming out of college because he only shot 42.8% from the field, 29.0% from three, and 59.6% from the foul line.
He is currently shooting 47.8 percent from the field, 32.1 percent from 3-point range, and 85.7 percent from the foul line, demonstrating a clear gain in each of those metrics.
Trevon attended St. Benedict’s Preparatory School in Newark, New Jersey, for his freshman and sophomore years.
The basketball player, a sophomore in 2014–15, scored 25 points and sent out eight assists to help the Gray Bees achieve a 31-6 record and the NCSAA state championship.
For the AAU team, New Jersey Playaz, Duval and Isaiah Briscoe won the 2014 Nike Elite Youth Basketball League (EYBL) Peach Jam Championship before Duval’s sophomore year.
In September 2015, Trevon changed schools and enrolled at Advanced Preparatory International in Dallas, Texas, for his Junior year.
As a junior in 2015–16, the athlete averaged 7.0 assists per game and 16.8 points per game. Trevon participated in Under Armour Association competitions with the AAU squad WE-R1 in the spring and summer of 2016.
Trevon became the first athlete to win both the Under Armour Association and Nike Peach Jam titles after leading WE-R1 to an Under Armour Association victory.
Duval averaged 3.8 assists per game and 16.3 points per game in the 2016 Under Armour Association season.
Trevon was then granted access to the Under Armour Elite 24 in Brooklyn, New York, where he contributed 25 points and seven assists in order to help his side win 140-136 in overtime.
Late in 2016, Trevon changed schools and enrolled at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
The athlete helped IMG to a 26-2 record as a senior, averaging 16.1 points and 7.5 assists per game. The athlete competed in both the Jordan Brand Classic and the McDonald’s All-American Game.
Duval was rated as one of the best players in the 2017 recruiting class by Scout.com, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN.
In 2015, Scout placed him third among high school prospects on their “Ultimate 100” list.
On May 15, 2017, Duval joined other recruits Wendell Carter Jr., Gary Trent Jr., and Marvin Bagley III in committing to Duke University.
What is the Physical Measurement of Trevon Duke?
In 1998, on August 8th, Trevon Duval was born. He is therefore 24 years old.
In terms of appearance, Duval seems to be fairly athletic. The athlete keeps himself physically healthy by eating healthfully and working out frequently.
The American player also has a height of 6 feet 2 inches and a weight of about 86 kg.
Duval, though, has tattoos all over his body. He has stunning brown eyes and dark hair. He is a citizen of the United States and is of African origin.
Leo is the astrological sign under which Turner was born. As beautiful and impressive as the Lion that symbolizes their sign, Leo-born humans are the natural leaders of the zodiac.
On November 11, Duval led Utah Valley to a 99-69 victory with 15 points and 12 assists.
In November 14, Duval recorded his second double-double of the year by defeating Michigan State in the Champions Classic with 17 points, ten assists, and six steals.
On November 23, the player led the Blue Devils to a 99-81 victory over Portland State by scoring 22 points on 7 of 14 shooting from the field.
In a 91-81 victory over Indiana in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge on November 29, Duval had 15 points and six assists.
On March 15, Duval outscored Iona 89-67 with 19 points and 8 rebounds. On March 25, Trevon lost to Kansas in the Elite 8 85-81 in overtime while scoring 20 points and dishing out six assists.
During his first year at Duke, he played in 37 games, starting 34 of them, averaging 10.9 points, 2.0 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per contest.
After Duke lost in the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Duval announced that he would forgo his remaining three years of college eligibility and enter the 2018 NBA Draft instead.
What had Gone Wrong in Trevon Duke 2018 NBA Draft?
As a guard who started his freshman year at Duke at 6 feet 2 inches tall, with a wingspan of 6 feet 8 inches and a vertical leap of 41.5 inches, Duval’s best assets were his speed, athleticism, and capacity to make his way in the paint.
He was physically distinctive and caught everyone’s eye.
For the Blue Devils, though, who were led by Marvin Bagley III, Wendell Carter Jr., Gary Trent Jr., and Grayson Allen, his performance didn’t stand out. As a result, Duval’s efficiency and productivity plummeted.
Duval then struggled during the pre-draft process, according to his father, failing to participate in more workouts and obtaining an agent late.
Even though Trevon wasn’t regarded as the lock to be selected in the lottery when he graduated from high school, people in his year believed his draft position was solid at the time.
Duval slipped in mock picks for the 2018 draft. Jonathan Wasserman of Bleacher Report predicted that Duval will go last in the first round in February. Duval was predicted to exit in the last stages of the May and June second round.
Duval believed he had been taken advantage of when he was not drafted, after all.
Milwaukee Bucks (2018–2019)
In the 2018 NBA draft, none of the NBA teams selected Duval. He was the first Duke player to only play once and not be drafted. After that, he committed to playing for the Houston Rockets in the NBA Summer League.
On July 24, Trevon agreed to a two-way contract with the Milwaukee Bucks, under which he would alternate between the Bucks and their NBA G League club, the Wisconsin Herd.
Duval made his NBA debut on February 8, 2019, defeating the Dallas Mavericks with two points and one assist.
After only three games, the Milwaukee Bucks waived Duval on March 24, 2019.
Rio Grande Valley Vipers (2019)
The Houston Rockets signed Duval to a two-way deal on March 26, 2019.
Due to his tardy signing, he was unable to participate for them during the regular season and was therefore ineligible for the playoffs. Instead, the player spent most of his time with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, a Rockets G League club.
The Houston Rockets were represented by Duval at the 2019 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas.
Iowa Wolves (2019–2020)
On October 26, 2019, the Iowa Wolves picked Duval with the fifth overall choice in the first round of the NBA G League Draft.
On February 24, 2020, the South Bay Lakers defeated him 152-148 despite his 14 points, five rebounds, five assists, five steals, and two blocks.
Grand Rapids Gold (2021–present)
Former Duke point guard Trevon Duval was chosen in the 2021 NBA G-League Draft’s second round.
Duval was chosen by the Grand Rapids Gold with the sixth choice in round two (34th overall). The Gold is the fourth G-League squad in the former Blue Devil’s professional career.
Duval joins the Grand Rapids G-League team after playing for the Hamilton Honey Badgers of the Canadian Elite Basketball League. Grand Rapids is the Denver Nuggets’ G-League affiliate.
Duval averaged 11.1 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 3.0 assists while playing in all 14 games for the Honey Badgers. He also shot.472 from the field,.383 from 3-point range, and.850 from the charity stripe. He finished second on the team in both scoring and assists.
Childhood And Family
Chaka Campbell and Trevor Duval welcomed a son, Trevon Duval.
His father was his first instructor. The oldest of a family of four, Trevon, recalls his father sneaking a Nerf basketball into his cot when he was a little boy.
At the age of two, Trevon began participating in a YMCA league. He would attend games sporting Jordan sneakers and headbands while attempting jump shots over 4-year-old children.
On their Little Tikes hoop at their previous apartment, his father would drill him. Father and son would watch the 1989 Michael Jordan documentary “Come Fly With Me” on VHS.
By listening to AND1 mixtapes, they also researched Brooklyn streetball icons Ed “Booger” Smith and Rafer “Skip 2 My Lou” Alston.
Trevon’s Father Pushed him to be Best
The older Trevon got, the harder his father pushed him. It was seen by other parents. They questioned if it was healthy for the father to use such force on his son.
James Johns, who has been Duval’s AAU basketball coach since the sixth grade, at first believed the father was crazy. He soon realized that Trevor Duval wasn’t crazy; both he and Trevon were motivated by the same objectives.
Trevor Duval taught his son the value of enjoyment and being, as he puts it, “fundamentally creative.” As Trevon got older, his father urged him to read more on NBA guards.
His mother was raised in Jamaica before relocating to New York when she was in elementary school, while his father’s family is originally from Trinidad.
His father encouraged him to use basketball to express his outgoing personality. At times, he pushed him too much.
When he was four years old, the Harlem Globetrotters held a camp in Delaware. Given that the camp was exclusively for children aged seven and up, Trevon’s father advised him to give a false age.
In everything I did, my father had excellent intentions for me, Duval claimed. There were trying times. I had to think about this for a bit. But I certainly do now.
How was the Networth Value of Trevon Duval?
Around $1 million is thought to be Trevon Duval’s net worth.
Due to teams’ $6,000 salary caps per game, which means players only make about $700.00 per match, playing in the CEBL is not particularly glamorous.
Duval will make about $7,000 per month for the five-month regular season after signing a contract with the G-League (not the team) as a draft rights player.
As a professional basketball player, he ought to have agreed to a number of endorsement and sponsorship deals with numerous well-known companies.
We all know that such ventures assist the gamer in earning a sizeable sum, adding to their already increased fortune.
Trevon Duval utilizes Instagram frequently. The athlete hasn’t updated his Twitter account since 2017.
Duval is followed by thousands of people. He is verified on Instagram and has 31.9k followers as of March 2022.