NBA D-League Player News
After an impressive workout, the Delaware 87ers will bring Ed Jones to D-League training camp. It's now up to him to ensure he makes the most out of such an opportunity.
In another record breaking season that saw 36 call-ups to the NBA, the same old story proved to be the case in the D-League: many of the league's top prospects have gone overseas in the pursuit of a better living.
Talent is in the eye of the beholder. Hoping to find a diamond in the rough or two at the NBA D-League National Tryout in June, perhaps executives have found their man in Ahmad Aasiya-Bey. The unknown guard will soon become NBADL Draft eligible.
This past season, D-League All-Star Damion James briefly returned to the Nets, though his stay was all too short. Not very tempted by the allure of playing ball internationally, the swingman is confident he belongs in the NBA.
A little less than a year ago, RBA Sports lined up a slew of NBA executives for its first annual showcase. Fast-forward to 2013, and the agency is still doing their thing. Except this time, now a boatload of some very promising prospects line up.
Former Bulls' first round pick Marcus Fizer is embarking on an NBA comeback. He spoke with RidiculousUpside.com in one of the more candid interviews you'll read, explaining what went right, what went wrong, and what his hopes for the future are.
Andrew Goudelock is tearing things up at NBA Summer League, but will that be enough for the D-League M.V.P. earn a guaranteed contract? A more versatile skill set may help him get to where he needs to be even more.
This past season, NBADL forward Omar Reed made a habit of coming up in clutch for the Red Claws by doing all of the little things. The Celtics are intrigued enough, and will bring him aboard their Summer League squad in Orlando next week.
Tony Taylor's path to the NBA officially started with a workout with the Knicks last summer. After spending the season with the Tulsa 66ers, Taylor is back in the Big Apple and ready to show his home town team the progress he's made in the D-League.
With the NBA season coming to an end for most teams, executives have been reflecting upon the past year. The Thunder's Sam Presti and the Warriors' Jerry West are two officials who went on to specifically praise the value of the NBA D-League.
Though he'll turn 31 years old in November, Mad Ants' guard Ron Howard is still on his basketball grind and will participate in tis year's NBADL Elite Mini-Camp.
With the NBA D-League Elite Mini-Camp set to take place in Chicago this weekend, here's a look at some prospects prepared to participate.
Though the NBA D-League season has come to an end, up to forty of the league's top players will continue to be showcased in front of select big league executives during the fourth annual "Elite Mini-Camp" this weekend.
Though the likes of Andrew Goudelock & Courtney Fortson are two of the D-League's better players, making a living off varied modest salaries can prove to be difficult for these minor league stars if call-ups don't follow their success.
After leaving the Rockets' minor league squad just weeks short of them emerging as NBADL champions, is Royce White costing himself opportunities as Houston perhaps begins to run out of patience?