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2010-11’s Top-10 NBA D-League Call-ups: 5. Jeff Adrien

During the 2010-11 NBA Development League season, 20 different players earned call-ups to the NBA. In all, NBA teams made 27 call-ups last season with some players being called up more than once. D-League Digest is counting down the top 10 call-ups from last season and updating their current playing status. Coming in at number five on the list is

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Grading NBA Teams’ Usage of the D-League: Pacific Division

All NBA teams do not treat the D-League equally. Some organizations have invested a lot into the D-League—in some cases, literally, by buying their affiliate—using it to develop young players and/or call-up unclaimed talents that they’ve scouted during the season. But other organizations have shown very little interest in utilizing the D-League as a developmental tool. The D-League is still

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“Free Reggie!” movement gains steam

Or if not “Free Reggie!”, at least the “Re-sign Reggie for another 10 days!” movement picked up some ground this week. Ridiculous Upside‘s Scott Schroeder mentioned this postgame, but it bears reiterating: Reggie Williams broke out for 28 points and 6 assists in the Golden State Warriors’ 135-131 loss in New Orleans on Monday evening. While it would have been

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AT’s Everywhere Effect on display at next level

Earlier this season, while Anthony Tolliver terrorized the NBA D-League for the Idaho Stampede, I explored the completeness of his all-around game: I can’t find a word more descriptive of Tolliver’s performance than “everywhere.” At 6-foot-9 and 240 pounds, Tolliver is a large man, even by basketball standards. But the seven threes he took weren’t typical of the 21st century

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