Monday Morning NBA D-League Links From Around the Web

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Let's start the week off right by looking at some NBA D-League related links from around the web.

The 2013-14 NBA D-League season is officially just days away. Coming off of a busy weekend, let's take a look at some recent minor league related links from around the web.

Though the NBADL is most known for developing players (and executives, officials, etc.), the league is now being recognized as a platform to experiment with different rules changes that could potentially benefit the NBA in the long term future. Grantland.com's Zach Lowe has more on that here.

D-League Commissioner Dan Reed spoke to the good folks at NBA GameTime recently (including Isiah Thomas, who seemed particularly interested in learning more about the minor league) and discussed the progress the NBADL has made in recent years, in addition to what cool things we all have to look forward to this year.

Catching up on the where certain players have ended up after all the NBA training camp dust cleared, our buddy Gino Pilato has you covered with his new season primer, focusing on team rosters.

And lastly, our good friend Michael Levin provides readers with an interesting update on how two specific D-League alumni (James Anderson and Tony Wroten) are thriving in Philadelphia for the 76ers.

That's all for now folks, but hopefully it's enough to curb your appetite for D-League updates to start the week. Happy reading!

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