About the Blog
Steve Weinman launched D-League Digest on November 27, 2009 as part of the ESPN TrueHoop Network. D-League Digest focuses primarily on coverage of the NBA Development League, although it branches out occasionally to touch on related issues in the NBA, including the NBA Draft and Summer League, NCAA, and basketball in general. After more than seven months as the lead writer, Weinman stepped down from his position at D-League Digest on July 2, 2010, to take a job with the NBA. Before departing, Weinman named Matt Hubert, who began contributing to D-League Digest in February of 2010, as his successor as lead writer and maintainer of the site.
In 2013, Hubert named Gino Pilato to take over as the site’s editor after a stint at SB Nation’s RidiculousUpside.com. Pilato helped expand the role of D-League Digest during the 2014-15 season with his own personalized scouting rerports.
Pilato stepped down from his position after accepting a job with Scorers 1st Sportmanagement as a Recruiting Coordinator.
Pilato tapped Adam Johnson, editor of Santa Cruz Warriors site Sea Dubs Central, to take over as lead writer at D-League Digest. Johnson looks to maintain and continue to lead D-League Digest as the premier destination for anything and everything D-League.
About the Bloggers
Adam Johnson, Lead Writer
Adam Johnson lives in Santa Cruz, California, home of the Santa Cruz Warriors in the NBA Development League. A lifelong fan of basketball, Johnson saw an opportunity to cover the sport when the D-League franchise moved from Bismarck, North Dakota to Surf City in 2012. Johnson is currently the editor of Sea Dubs Central, a site dedicated to covering the D-League Warriors.
Johnson is excited and proud to continue covering the NBADL at what he considers is the highest level on D-League Digest. His hope is to provide readers an inside look at the world of the D-League through fresh and exciting content.
About the Logo
The D-League Digest logo is composed of the acronym D-L-D and features letters modified to look like arrows. The arrows represent the player movement to and from the NBA (via call-ups and assignments) as well as the flow of information to and from D-League Digest (via comments and emails, blog posts and tweets).
The color scheme of (from left to right) blue, white, and red duplicates the color scheme used in the official logo of the NBA Development League. The official web-ready RGB hexadecimal color palette of the D-League Digest logo and dleaguedigest.com consists of the following colors:
Gray 1 (light): #ababab
Gray 2 (dark): #333333