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Poll: Will The New Affiliation System Work For The NBA D-League?

Will the new affiliation system be successful for the NBA D-League?

Simon Watts

It's safe to say that, in the interest of moving in the direction of becoming a more traditional minor league, having an one-to-one relationship with an NBA team is rapidly becoming a popular trend for D-League teams.

This coming season, the league will feature an all-time high of seventeen teams with exclusive NBA partnerships. The defending champion Fort Wayne Mad Ants (the D-League's lone standing independent squad) will look to maintain multiple relationships and accommodate the remaining thirteen NBA teams not entered into single minor league partnerships.

You can get the details (re: how this is all going to work) by clicking here.

Will this new affiliation system be successful? Let us know what you think by taking the poll below.

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