NBA D-League Call-Up News
Scott Machado signed with Warriors, but was subsequently assigned back to their minor league affiliate. Was Golden State feeling pressure from other NBA teams to sign the guard in order to keep him in their organization?
Opting earlier this year to don a D-League jersey in hopes of embarking on an NBA comeback, Chris Quinn's big break has appeared to have come. Sources tell RidiculousUpside.com the 66ers' guard will sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Warriors' Assistant G.M. Kirk Lacob is the man with the plan in Santa Cruz. The executive spoke with RU about building a winner and the importance the D-League team has with regard to the franchise's goals in Golden State.
Chris Wright is in, but Dominique Jones is out with the Dallas Mavericks. After Jones refused a D-League assignment, Dallas opted to cut him and are instead set to sign Wright, an NBADL All-Star.
A handful of promising NBADL players signed with NBA teams this week after receiving those oh so coveted call-ups. How will their respective absences affect their now former D-League teams?
It's around 7500 miles from Tel Aviv, Israel to Oakland, California but that journey probably feels longer for Malcolm Thomas after everything he's experienced. One game in the D-League and a 10-day contract later, Thomas now calls Golden State home.
The NBADL stage is often one for the most promising of players to chance, but what happens when minor league teams take a chance on players who are primed for 10-day contracts in the NBA? They often run the risk of being left with nothing.
With teams in both the NBA and D-League looking ahead towards the postseason, quite a few moves were made Monday as squads in both leagues attempt to fortify their rotations.
Andy Rautins' 27-point effort on 8-11 shooting from beyond the 3-point arc Monday, is just another top performance in the NBA D-League from a former Syracuse player. Former Orange players have seemingly been killing it all season in the NBADL.
After spending training camp with the Timberwolves this past fall, former NBADL forward Chris Johnson has rejoined the Timberwolves in wake of a barrage of injuries. With minutes to be had, Johnson is making the most of his chance & may stick around.
This past week, there's been a good amount of D-League related content on SB Nation with regard to call-ups, assignments, game recaps, and more. Take a look below at some of the better posts from around the network over the past few days.
With Jon Leuer recalled by the Cavaliers earlier this week, former NBA first round selection JaJuan Johnson has an opportunity to shine for the Canton Charge and potentially earn himself a call-up of his own.
Ron Howard is performing as well as any prospect in the league. Yet when the latest Top 30 Prospect List was released by the D-League, his name was no where to be found. Read on to find out why deserves a spot among the best of the D-League.
A number of minor league prospects have gotten called up to the NBA this season after receiving a chance to strut their stuff in the D-League. Here are five talented players who are deserving of more minutes as they look to prove their worth too.
Having used the D-League to strut his stuff for multiple seasons now, James Anderson has reaped the benefits such a stage can grant him once again. After watching him closely with affiliate RGV Vipers, the Rockets have decided he's worth a shot.
Though he's been working out at the Rockets' training facility over the last week, rookie Royce White has declined to accept the team's latest NBADL assignment. His statement, explaining his refusal, can be found below.
Though his rookie campaign has already been one filled with turbulent twists and turns, the Rockets' Royce White is finally ready to hit the hardwood. His road back will reportedly begin with a stint in the D-League as member of the NBADL Vipers.
Orlando Johnson brought explosive offense and athletic play to Fort Wayne and led the Mad Ants to their fourth win of the season against the Texas Legends on Friday night.