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Jaylen Adams Gets NBA Opportunity With the Portland Trail Blazers

Jaylen Adams of the Wisconsin Herd is signing for the Portland Trail Blazers for the remainder of the season, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Adams is believed to have been brought in as a substitute player for the Trail Blazers. This was after Trevor Ariza announced that he would not be part of the […]

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NBA G League Recognize Wisconsin Herd and Salt Lake City Stars

For finishing top of their respective conferences, the NBA G League has recognized the Wisconsin Herd and Salt Lake City Stars. As a way of honoring their achievements, the G League will donate $10,000 to a community organization of each team’s choosing. The Herd have selected the National Urban League, while Salt Lake City selected […]

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New G League Select Team With Elite Prospects: What We Know So Far

On April 16, the NBA G League shocked the basketball world as they announced the coup of top high-school prospect, Jalen Green. The 18-year-old passed on college to join the NBA’s minor league in a “reshaped” professional pathway program. On the same day, shortly after, it was announced that fellow top prospect, Isaiah Todd, would […]

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2019-20 All-NBA G League Teams, All-Rookie Team and All-Defensive Team Announced

On June 26, the NBA G League announced the 2019-20 All-NBA G League Teams, All-Rookie Team, and All-Defensive Team. The league’s 28 head coaches and general managers selected each team. The All-NBA G League First Team is headlined by NBA G League Most Valuable Player, Frank Mason III, of the Wisconsin Herd. He is joined […]

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Frank Mason III Named 2019-20 NBA G League Most Valuable Player

On June 25, it was announced that Frank Mason III had been named the 2019-20 NBA G League Most Valuable Player. The 26-year-old earned the honor as a way of vote by the league’s 28 head coaches and general managers. The 5-foot-11 guard, who is on a two-way contract, averaged 26.4 points (league-high), 5 assists, […]

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Salt Lake City Stars Pick up G League Coach/Executive of the Year Awards

On June 24, the Salt Lake City Stars scooped up a double in the NBA G League end of season awards. Head Coach Martin Schiller was named the 2019-20 NBA G League Dennis Johnson Coach of the Year. While Vice President of Basketball Operations Bart Taylor was named the 2019-20 NBA G League Basketball Executive […]

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Season Review: Christ Koumadje, Delaware Blue Coats

Christ Koumadje has taken the NBA G League by storm this past season. The 23-year-old rookie led the league in blocks per game, with 4. He also led the league in total number of blocks by quite a distance, with 133. Kenny Wotten who sits second on the list, recorded 96 blocks. Alongside the blocks, […]

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The Top Rebounding Players in the NBA G League

It’s easy to get caught up in the glamorous statistic of points per game when looking at G League players. But rebounding can be just as important, if not more. It can shore up a team’s defense and limit opponents to just the single look. On the offensive end, it can provide extra possessions, as […]

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The NBA G League International Challenge

The first-ever edition of the NBA G League International Challenge was introduced in 2018. As an All-Star selection of G League players under the name of Team USA, coached by Jeff Van Gundy, faced-off against Mexico’s senior men’s national team. Team USA picked up a 88-67 victory at the Verizon Up Arena, in Los Angeles. […]

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Interview: D.J. McCall, Guard of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants

Call-Ups brings you an interview with guard D.J. McCall of the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. D.J. has just completed his rookie season in the G League with the Mad Ants. The Mad Ants are the G League affiliate of the Indiana Pacers. D.J. speaks about his basketball journey to-date, being the first-ever Fort Wayne native […]