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Trevelin Queen | Quick Facts

The 76ers signed free agent Trevelin Queen on Friday.

Queen, 6-foot-6 and 25 years old, was most recently a Houston Rockets two-way contract player who won the 2021-22 Kia NBA G League Most Valuable Player award with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.

Learn more about the new Sixers acquisition…

  • Queen is a member of the 76ers’ 2022 NBA Summer League team.
  • His hometown is Glen Burnie, MD, where he attended North County High School.
  • In 19 regular season games with Rio Grande Valley, Houston’s G League affiliate, the league MVP averaged 25.3 points, 6.6 rebounds, 5.2 assists, and 3.3 steals in 35.0 minutes per game.
  • Queen was also named NBA G League Finals MVP after averaging 34.0 points and 8.0 rebounds in a 2-0, best-of-three series victory over the Delaware Blue Coats.
  • The All-NBA G League First Team performer got his work in at a high volume – nearly 20 shots per game (.478), half of which came from beyond the arc (.335).
  • The NBA G League All-Defensive Team selection averaged a block per game in addition to his league-leading 3.2 steals per contest.
  • Queen was eligible for the 2020 NBA Draft before ultimately spending training camp and part of the preseason with the Rockets. He joined Rio Grande Valley for the G League's 2020-21 single-site season near Orlando.
  • Queen played with the Los Angeles Lakers last Summer League, training camp, and preseason prior to rejoining the Rockets organization.
  • On Dec. 18, 2021, Queen received a GATORADE Call-Up from Rio Grande Valley to Houston and made his NBA debut that night at Detroit.
  • Queen ultimately appeared in 10 NBA games with Houston last season. Three games after he debuted, he tallied a career-high 17 points with six rebounds and four steals at Charlotte.
  • Queen finished his college career by playing two seasons at New Mexico State.
  • In 26 games (25 starts) with New Mexico State during the 2019-20 campaign, Queen posted a team-leading 13.2 points, plus 5.2 rebounds, 2.4 assists, and 1.7 steals in 27.5 minutes per game.
  • Queen was the 2019 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Tournament MVP and a member of the 2020 All-WAC Second Team the following season.

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