After averaging 24.2 points on 55.7% FG in five games with the Memphis Grizzlies during the 2012 Las Vegas Summer League, it seemed as though Josh Selby was ready to come into his own after a quiet rookie season. But for some reason, it didn’t happen. Instead, he wound up playing a total of 58 minutes in 10 games with [...]
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After averaging a team-high 21.4 points per game with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers this season, Andrew Goudelock got called up a little over a week ago to the L.A. Lakers after just one Playoff game. It was great news for Mini-Mamba, but not so great news for the Vipers. Although the Vipers finished the regular [...]
Chris Roberts’ dunk over the 7’5″ Will Foster was, in my mind, the dunk of the year. It was incredible. But don’t let that mislead you, because there is much more to Chris than just that monster dunk. Although he has been known to have pogo sticks for legs, Chris is a much more versatile player that you probably think. While it is always impressive to see a 6’4″ [...]
After upsetting the Canton Charge in three games, the Tulsa 66ers now find themselves in a semi-finals series against the stacked Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Luckily for Tulsa, Jeremy Lamb, Perry Jones III and DeAndre Liggins are still on assignment from the Oklahoma City Thunder, so they have a good chance [...]
Josh Selby’s D-League season came to an end on Saturday night when the Maine Red Claws dropped their second consecutive game to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. But Selby didn’t go out without a fight. In the two games the Red Claws played against the Vipers, Selby gave them a huge spark off the bench [...]
I’ve been following the Rio Grande Valley Vipers for the last three months and I’ve got to say, it’s been a lot of fun. From the development of Terrence Jones to Andrew Goudelock putting up MVP-type numbers, there has been a lot of success and no shortage of excitement. But lets be honest here [...]
In his last six games with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Terrence Jones has been coming off the bench for an average of 21.3 points, 9.1 rebounds, 2.6 steals and 1.6 blocks per. That’s crazy. Let me put it this way: the Vipers’ sixth man averages nearly 20 points and 10 rebounds per contest. However [...]