Milwaukee Bucks Sign Grayson Allen

Congratulations to Grayson Allen of the Milwaukee Bucks.

Providence Basketball is proud to announce that Grayson Allen, Class of 2014, agreed to a 2-year, $20M extension with the defending NBA champions, the Milwaukee Bucks. The Bucks acquired Allen from the Memphis Grizzlies in a trade this summer. Selected with the 21st overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft by the Jazz, the Duke product spent his rookie season with Utah before playing the last two seasons in Memphis. Allen enters his fourth season in the NBA with career averages of 8.5 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.5 assists across 126 games (40 starts) with career shooting percentages of 42.3% overall, 38.1% from three and 83.2% from the line.

Allen played for the Stallions under Coach Jim Martin from 2010-2014, winning two State Championships and three Regional Championships during his high school career, as well as becoming a member of our 1,000 point club. He committed to Duke in 2014 and helped the Blue Devils to victory in the 2015 NCAA Championship game. Grayson is one of 19 professional athletes in Providence history, one of seven professional players.

Learn More

Related News

A group of people posing for a photo with the FALL SPORTS update.


Sports Physicals Please refer to the Athletic Resources page for all necessary forms.   All athletes must have a completed physical and other necessary forms in order to participate in athletics at ...

Girls Basketball Earns Trip To State

In the Florida High School Athletic Association Region 1-3A girls basketball final on Thursday night, Providence defeated San Jose Prep 62-59 to complete the season sweep and punch their ticket ...

2024 Signing Day

17 Athletes Sign on National Signing Day Providence was excited to celebrate with our student-athletes as they signed their National Letter of Intent to continue their athletics career at the ...

Cheer Earns Trip to State

The Stallions Cheerleading team competed at the FHSAA Regional Tournament on Friday in Port St. Joe, Florida. The Stallions took 2nd place in the FHSAA Region 1, 1A Medium Tumbling ...