Highlights: Top NBA Development League Prospects, 2014-15 Season
Highlights from some of the top NBA Development League prospects from the 2014-15 season, several of whom received Call-Ups to the NBA.
Note: NBA D-League prospects are players unsigned by NBA teams and thus under contract with the NBA D-League. With a few exceptions, these players are technically free agents eligible to be called up to any of the 30 NBA teams.
Included: Hassan Whiteside, Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Langston Galloway, Seth Curry, James Michael McAdoo, Elliot Williams, Tim Frazier, Tyler Johnson, JaMychal Green, Bryce Cotton, Willie Reed, Andre Dawkins, Scotty Hopson, Aaron Craft and Elijah Millsap.
The NBA Development League, the NBA’s official minor league, is now on YouTube, showing over 350 live games on the NBA D-League YouTube Channel and NBADLeague.com. Fans can get a glimpse at the players, coaches and officials competing to ascend to the NBA’s ranks. More than 40% of players drafted into the NBA since 2005 have played in the NBA D-League. Ten former NBA players are in the NBA D-League coaching ranks this season.
With 24 percent of players boasting NBA D-League experience when the NBA tipped off the 2013-2014 campaign in October, the NBA D-League YouTube Channel is the best place to see the future now.
The NBA D-League consists of 17 teams for the 2013-2014 season: Austin Toros, Bakersfield Jam, Canton Charge, Delaware 87ers, Erie BayHawks, Fort Wayne Mad Ants, Idaho Stampede, Iowa Energy, Los Angeles D-Fenders, Maine Red Claws, Reno Bighorns, Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Sioux Falls Skyforce, Santa Cruz Warriors, Springfield Armor, Texas Legends and Tulsa 66ers.
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