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Former NBA D-League MVP Justin Dentmon is making yet another case for such a high honor, and he's doing so in quite the efficient of manners.
Since the trade for Kris Joseph, the Springfield Armor have been on a roll. The Syracuse alum's hot start has been infectious, as a bevy of his teammates have displayed elevated efforts as of late too.
The Rio Grande Valley Vipers are the hottest team in the NBA D-League right now. The Rockets' affiliate has won 10 of its last 12 contests, despite dropping a 102-99 decision to the Erie Bay Hawks...
One of the key contributors in the Santa Cruz Warriors' ongoing success this season, former Clippers' guard Travis Leslie is making progress and angling himself for an NBA call-up sooner than later.
With Jon Leuer recalled by the Cavaliers earlier this week, former NBA first round selection JaJuan Johnson has an opportunity to shine for the Canton Charge and potentially earn himself a call-up of his own.
The D-League has already seen a bevy of its prospects get called up to the NBA this season, but a trio of Erie BayHawks highlight some of the better talent still available in the minors. Here's RidiculousUpside.com's resident scout's take on all 3.
Lakers' young stud Darius Johnson-Odom has been tearing up the NBA D-League while on assignment. After watching teammate Robert Sacre make his way back to The Association, however, the guard too has his eyes set on an NBA return.
With the Sioux Falls Skyforce off to a very strong start, many of the team's players are sure to be considered for NBA call-ups this season. With that in mind, Jarvis Varnado and Andrew Goudelock are two players making strong early cases for a shot.