Adam Johnson – Mark Cuban spoke with ESPN Dallas this weekend and let his feelings known about the one-and-done trend in NCAA hoops. Not only does Cuban believe the NCAA to be a joke, but says the D-Leagues is where players should go to hone their skills instead of ‘attending college’ for a single semester. […]
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Andrew Ford – After P.J. Hairston’s removal from the North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball team for getting in trouble with the NCAA off the court, many wondered loudly what that would mean for his NBA draft stock. Would he fall […]
The New York Knicks are in the headlines again, but for the right reasons this time. According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the Knicks plan to start their own D-League franchise out of White Plains, NY, putting the team much closer to the team’s own location.
You know Travis Leslie can fly. I know Travis Leslie can fly. But watching him dunk will never, ever get old. So, in saying that, here he is throwing down a ridiculously clean, yet extremely powerful, windmill dunk from his Georgia Bulldog days. I, for one, will not complain if Leslie plans on [...]
According to one report, Josh Selby is heading to China this season to play for Tracy McGrady’s former team, Qingdao DoubleStar Eagles. RT @wangyifan314: @HOOPSWORLD Josh Selby, 2011 49th pick, has signed with Qingdao Eagle, according to their GM. so, no T-mac. — HOOPSWORLD [...]
After spending another full season in the D-League – his fourth in six years – Coby Karl decided to pack his bags this summer and head back overseas, this time to Italy, where he is now playing for Grissin Bon Reggio Emila. While their regular season hasn’t started yet, they are playing some pre-season games [...]
After an outstanding season with the Reno Bighorns, which saw him emerge as one of the premier three point shooters in the D-League, Marcus Landry has found himself back in the NBA, this time with the L.A. Lakers. Marcus Landry signs on a one-year, make-good contract w/ the Lakers (meaning [...]