With the 2013 NBA D-League Draft set to take place on Friday, November 1st, the minor league released its full list of players eligible of being selected. There are more than 180 young guns in all.
In addition to the multitude of prospects we've previously confirmed here at RidiculousUpside.com (you can follow this link to our official D-League Draft hub with tons of info and fun tid-bits), there are some other intriguing names on the list.
Hopefully on his way to an NBA return, 12 year veteran Ricky Davis is on the list. He worked out for the Knicks this past September. Also included is Salim Stoudamire, who last played in the NBA with the Hawks in 2008. He has previous D-League experience, and was most recently found playing in Venezuela.
A couple of former Sacramento Kings show up as well, with Quincy Douby and James Johnson also eligible to be selected. DeAndre Liggins, who spent plenty of time with the Tulsa 66ers via the OKC Thunder last season, may also have a new minor league home come Friday night.
What's more, a couple of relatives of NBA players (in addition to Charles Boozer) are set to be in play. Thansis Antetokounmpo (brother of Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo) are Keith Chamberlain (cousin of Pelicans' Anthony Davis) are eligible too.