Tag Archives: Rio Grande Valley Vipers

Does RGV’s System Put Players At A Disadvantage In Terms Of Scouting?

The skilled group of writers over at Grantland.com are in the process of celebrating “D-League Week”, with their typical thoughtful and in-depth coverage. To little surprise, Rio Grande Valley and it’s “system” were recognized, but is RGV’s “Amazing Pace” really that amazing for the future of it’s players? Let it be known, I enjoy watching RGV’s “system” as much as

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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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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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2010-11’s Top 10 NBA D-League Call-ups: 6. Mustafa Shakur

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. Today’s post covers Mustafa Shakur. Details on the call-up(s):

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Change of Scenery for Antonio Anderson and Matt Janning Could Benefit Red Claws and Vipers

Two NBA prospects were swapped for each other yesterday when the Rio Grande Valley Vipers sent guard Antonio Anderson to the Maine Red Claws in exchange for guard Matt Janning. Both players have NBA experience, albeit brief. Anderson earned a call-up from the Vipers to Oklahoma City last season, but he played in just one game for the Thunder. After

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