Category Archives: NBA

Danny Green, Chris Andersen Headline D-League’s Role in 2013 NBA Finals

Danny Green and Chris Andersen couldn’t be much different upon first glance. Green is the model Spur. He’s not flashy. He’s not in-your-face. He was drafted in the second round of the 2009 NBA Draft by Cleveland after playing four years and winning a national title at North Carolina. Andersen is as bright and bombastic as Miami’s infamous Big-3 welcome

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The Alan Anderson “Do You Remember Me?” Team

The D-League is a place where many second round and undrafted players have a place to shine, somewhere that struggling players can turn their dreams into realities Some people may remember Alan Anderson, the MVP (voted by teammates) of Michigan State’s 2005 Final Four team. He is a perfect example of what the D-League can do for players. Here is

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5 Possible Rookies in D-League

Every year in the NBA draft there are players selected that aren’t quite ready to contribute to NBA teams. The primary reason for the D-League is to turn potential into NBA playing time. Linsanity was truly remarkable and one of the best things to happen to the D-League in its brief 11 year history. It gave the league huge publicity.

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Phil Jackson Expects Lakers Rookies to See Time in D-League

The NBA Development League season opener is still more than a week away, but the rumblings have already begun about player movement from the NBA to the D-League. Multiple sources reported that Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson expects rookies Devin Ebanks and/or Derrick Caracter to spend some time in the D-League this season. “I expect to move them around

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