MILWAUKEE (AP) -The Bucks signed guard-forward Awvee Storey to a multiyear contract on Tuesday.
Storey impressed general manager Larry Harris and the Milwaukee coaching staff in Las Vegas, where as a member of the Bucks' summer league team he averaged 11 points and 4.2 rebounds in five games.
``Awvee is a hard-nosed, aggressive player who brings depth to our roster at the guard and small forward positions,'' Harris said in a statement. ``He's an excellent athlete and a solid defender who will be a good addition to our team.''
Undrafted out of Arizona State, Storey, 30, spent most of the last five seasons playing overseas, most recently in the German League. He has also played in the NBA, the NBA Development League, the CBA and the United States Basketball League.
In 2005-06, Storey played in 25 games for the Washington Wizards. He played nine games for the New Jersey Nets the year before and has also played professionally in Venezuela and Korea.

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