Former Big Red Deyonta Davis sent to Sacramento as part of a three player trade on Tuesday

Former Muskegon Big Red, Deyonta Davis was traded on Tuesday from the Memphis Grizzlies to the Sacramento Kings.

Davis and teammate Ben McLemore, along with a 2021 draft pick and cash were sent to Sacramento in exchange for guard Garrett Temple.

Davis, who played two seasons in Memphis to begin his professional career, averaged 4.3 point and 3.2 rebounds in 98 games over the two years. In 2017, Davis averaged 5.8 points and four rebounds in 15.2 minutes per game while appearing in 62 games.

The 2018-2019 season will mark the final year of a three-year contract that Davis signed after being drafted 31st overall in 2016. Davis was originally drafted by the Boston Celtics before being traded over to Memphis in a draft night deal.

1 Comment

  1. Scott

    August 18, 2018 at 6:23 pm

    While he’s out there, he needs to try Jimboy’s Tacos. That place has amazing tacos! For a cheap, but delicious, taco, head to Jack In The Box.. They are greasy pockets of “meat” and deliciousness. And the best breakfast burritos are available at Adalberto’s in Carmichael and, bonus,the drive through is open 24/7!!! And, still being a kid, he should try going to Scandia Fun Place out there. Good luck playing with The Kings! Sacramento is a great town, I hope you enjoy your time out there.

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