Duke, 22, is 6-foot-5 and went undrafted out of Providence in 2021, but also spent last season on a two-way deal in Brooklyn. In 22 NBA games, he averaged 4.7 points and 3.0 rebounds.
The Nets now have filled both two-way spots, with ex-Wake Forest guard Alondes Williams holding the other.
Two-way players can appear in 50 NBA games before being signed to a standard contract. So Duke again is destined to split time between Brooklyn and the G-League’s Long Island Nets.
Nets now have both their two-ways signed: Alondes Williams and David Duke Jr. https://t.co/ha25vuGotL
— NetsDaily (@NetsDaily) September 16, 2022