Royce White has been hit hard with a lot of criticism as of late for his failure to participate during his rookie season with the Rockets, but the forward says a solid plan as to how to deal with his anxiety disorder needs to be put in place first.
NBA veteran Mike James took the D-League by storm last season as he looked to prove he still had what it takes to compete in The Association. With the Showcase less than a week away, he's set to do it all over again. The guard spoke w/ RU for a Q&A.
The D-League has already seen a bevy of high profile NBA prospects hit the minor league hardwood this season. This week, however, the NBADL will welcome its first multi-time all-star. Amar'e Stoudemire is set to practice with the Knicks' affiliate.
The tables have turned and the former head blogger for Ridiculous Upside - Scott Schroeder - braved the hot seat to answer a few questions about his new role with the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
The NBA Development League is said to be expanding up in the Northeast once again this summer, but apparently that won't be the only new move this year. The Denver Nuggets are looking to field a new team of their own in the beautiful Midwest.
A D-League game was postponed indefinitely on Thursday night because the floor was too slippery.
NBA All-Star weekend is upon us, meaning there are only about 15 games left in the NBA Development League's regular season. On the bright side, however, that means the D-League Dunk Contest has another chance to blow its NBA competition out of the water.
I put out a call on Twitter last week looking for someone playing in the NBA Development League to write about their D-League season. There were numerous responses, but I realized that not everyone follows my Twitter account (or the website's)and decided to post it here before making a decision on our new contributor.
NBA teams are officially allowed to talk to agents, essentially tipping off what should be an NBA free agency frenzy (even if the names involved aren't exactly the stars of the league). That shouldn't affect D-League call-ups quite yet as teams work to lock up the bigger names first, meaning Ridiculous Upside will have to focus on other things happening around the Development League.
The opening night of the NBA Development League season is just over 48 hours away. Considering the D-League is going to be the only game in town and Ridiculous Upside strives to be the premier site for coverage of the NBA's official minor league, it makes sense that we'll begin to ramp up our coverage this week.
NBA power rankings are always important so it seemed that D-League power rankings might be fun to do too. Ridiculous Upside starts with the Western Conference.
The 2012 D-League Showcase will be televised on NBA TV even if the NBA lockout is still happening.
It might not be as pretty as the sites that Yahoo! and the like set up, but the folks at We Talk Fantasy Sports have set up a mock league featuring the bare bones infrastructure of what would be the only D-League fantasy league on the world wide web.
Yep, the Canton Charge is the name of the newest team in the NBA Development League. Following a long line of tradition that began with names like the Sioux Falls Skyforce and evolved into the Fort Wayne Mad Ants and Texas Legends, the Cleveland Cavaliers have decided to name their D-League team after an offensive foul call.
On NBA 2k12, Paul Mokeski, R. Kelly and other things marginally related to the D-League heading into the weekend.
I actually have a lot of things in the works as far as unfinished projects for Ridiculous Upside are concerned. Unfortunately, they are still all unfinished on this beautiful Monday morning so all 13 of our loyal readers will instead be subjected to links to a few mostly-relevant posts related to the NBA Development League.
I've gotta be honest, I think you know, I'm covered in lies and that's okay the NBA lockout is really cramping my style when it comes to keeping Ridiculous Upside relevant. Next week, this whole website might just be slideshows related to the dominance of Jack Michael Martinez in the FIBA Americas tournament.
Monday was a pretty big day for releasing things. The newest Madden game came out, the D-League released an incomplete schedule and Korean All-Star Rod Benson released his newest music video.
The NBA lockout is in full effect, as everyone that's reading this already knows, I guess. What they might not know, however, is that the lack of news due to said lockout makes it pretty difficult to put together a decent post to start off everyone's work week.
There really isn't a lot going on right now in terms of breaking news regarding any basketball being played stateside. It's my mission to deliver the news, though, so this morning that will include my Monday morning musings on the D-League, Great Britain and ... swag (in case the title didn't make that clear).
Cherokee Parks played his last NBA game for the Golden State Warriors on December 17, 2003. Since then, the 38-year-old has been out of professional basketball ... until now.