Since the D-League hasn't updated it's transactions page, I'll get this out there for all of my hardcore readers.
Remember Othella Harrington? 1992 McDonald's All-American game MVP? Played with Allen Iverson at Georgetown? He's 35 now.
After 12 NBA seasons, most recently appearing in 22 games with Charlotte last season, he's apparently trying the D-League with the Los Angeles D-Fender's. Wow.
He didn't have a great start last night - in 11:30, he missed his only shot attempt, got one offensive board, and turned the ball over four times. He did have two blocks, but still.
My question is, why would the D-League add a 35 year-old journeyman, if the NBA can only assign players with a maximum of two years experience?