Brandon Randolph’s decision to turn pro after his sophomore season was a questionable one, as the former Arizona Wildcats standout failed to get taken in the NBA Draft.
But now an NBA team is giving the 6-foot-6 guard a chance to show what he can do in the minor leagues, as the Milwaukee Bucks have added him to their G-League affiliate in Oshkosh, Wisc.
The Wisconsin Herd have acquired guard Brandon Randolph from the available player pool. Randolph played two collegiate seasons (2017-19) at Arizona and appeared in 63 games (35 starts).— Wisconsin Herd (@WisconsinHerd) January 1, 2020
Welcome to the 920, @brandolph902!
: Mike Christy, Arizona Daily Star#HerdUp pic.twitter.com/xy3PSD0rIu
Randolph played for Arizona from 2017-19, averaging 8.2 points per game including 12.4 as a sophomore when he was the Wildcats’ leading scorer. After going undrafted by the NBA he was selected by the G-League’s Sioux Falls (S.D.) SkyForce—an affiliate of the Miami Heat—but did not make the team.