After agreeing to play with the Golden State Warriors summer league team, Keenan Evans found greener pastures as he turned around and found a more concrete situation.
Texas Tech's Keenan Evans has agreed to a two-way deal with the Detroit Pistons, league source tells ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 28, 2018
Evans will now be apart of the Pistons summer league team and be invited to their training camp, as well as likely beginning the season with the Grand Rapids Drive of the G League. Given the nature of the two-way contract Evans will have the opportunity to be called up to the NBA by the Pistons at any point during the season for up to 45 days.
This gives Evans a legit NBA home with a team that’ll give him the opportunity to get playing time. The Pistons are a mess at the point guard position right now as Reggie Jackson hasn’t meshed with the organization so far and every other player at the position seems to be fighting for playing time. This is the perfect place for Evans to rise up the ranks, prove his value and put his mark on the NBA.