2012 NBA D-League Draft
The Santa Cruz Warriors are entering the D-League with an abundance of promising talent. The NBA Warriors will surely to want to monitor this minor league affiliate quite closely, as a number of prospects have the potential to climb the NBA ladder.
GWU alum Tony Taylor tried to catch on with an NBA team this summer, working out for squads like the Knicks and Celtics. The guard will continue trying to make his mark as he starts the season with the Tulsa 66ers, the NBADL affiliate of the Thunder.
While many NBA hopefuls will enter Friday night's D-League Draft fresh out of college and/or fresh off an international stint, talented big man Chehales Tapscott is ready to be selected and embark on his journey thanks to time well spent in the IBL.
Every player eligible for Friday evening's NBA D-League Draft is hoping they have an unique enough skill set to set them apart from the competition. For Franklin & Marshall's Georgio Milligan, his swarming defensive prowess is sure to turn heads.
After soaring to a win in the 2012 NCAA Slam Dunk Contest, high-flying NAIA guard James Justice seems ready to start entertaining D-League crowds as he guns for a shot in The Association. The 5'10" floor general is eligible for this year's draft.