Basketball Analysis

Prospect Report: Jonathan Kuminga Of The G League Ignite

by Rafael Uehara

Jul 6, 2021 3:28 PM

Jonathan Kuminga's number one appeal to teams is his combination of age, physical profile, and pedigree as a scorer at the youth level. Read more »

Tags: Jonathan Kuminga, NBA G League Ignite, NBA, NBA NBA Draft, D-League, NBA Draft General, D-League Teams

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Prospect Report: Jalen Green Of The G League Ignite

by Rafael Uehara

Jun 29, 2021 8:25 PM

Jalen Green is one of the best scorers in the draft with two-way potential and will be a case study either way for his newly created path to the NBA. Read more »

Tags: Jalen Green, NBA G League Ignite, NBA, D-League, D-League Teams

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Tim Frazier Fighting For Another Call-Up

by Cameron Schott

Mar 6, 2015 2:36 PM

If an NBA organization is looking for an all-around contributor with an unselfish style and demeanor, Tim Frazier is that guy. Read more »

Tags: Tim Frazier, Philadelphia Sixers, Maine Red Claws, NBA, D-League, D-League Teams

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Scouting Report: Earl Barron

by Cameron Schott

With the lack of centers in Phoenix, Earl Barronís experience will help him make an immediate impact. Heís an effective pick-and-pop center that can hit mid-range jumpers. If he can add rebounding and energy off the bench, Barron could find a role for the remainder of the season. Read more »
Scouting Report: Henry Walker

by Cameron Schott

Henry Walker showcased his ability to shoot it from deep in Sioux Falls and should add some depth for Miami. Walker should be penciled in as a small forward, but could be moved around to create bigger or smaller lineups. Read more »
Scouting Report: David Stockton

by Cameron Schott

Although David Stockton isnít an ideal prospect physically, he has an elite feel and IQ for the game. After spending this season with the Kings' affiliate, he obviously made a strong enough impression to earn the NBA opportunity. Read more »
Scouting Report: Quincy Miller

by Cameron Schott

Quincy Miller was the best prospect in the D-League after averaging 26.3 points per game and has a chance to stick with an NBA roster. Heís a versatile offensive player that can handle, shoot, and drive. Defensively, he blocks shots and can get out to run the floor. Read more »
Scouting Report: JaMychal Green

by Cameron Schott

JaMychal Green is a productive, high-energy power forward that will make his greatest impact in the pick-and-roll. With Jeff Ayres, Aron Baynes and Matt Bonner in the final years of their contract, Green has a chance to prove he can contribute and earn a roster spot for not only this year but long-term. Read more »
How James Johnson Resurrected His NBA Career, Choosing D-League Instead Of Overseas

by Shams Charania

From out of the NBA and nearly overseas, to becoming a top contributor with the Grizzlies last season and a guaranteed $5 million deal now with Toronto, James Johnson is the best case going of career resurgence. Read more »
Suns' Rookies Highlight D-League Opener

by Cameron Schott

Rookie first round picks T.J. Warren and Tyler Ennis took the floor for the Bakersfield Jam and made a nice impression on opening night of the D-League season. Read more »
Pierre Jackson's Rookie Season: Everywhere Except The NBA

by Cameron Schott

Pierre Jackson spent his rookie season as an "asset" without a roster spot and then ruptured his Achilles just after being traded to the 76ers. Here's his unique basketball story. Read more »
Troy Daniels Rewards Rockets, Proves Detractors Wrong With Game-Winner In Game 3

by Shams Charania

The Bulls, Bucks and Magic closely monitored and had interest in Troy Daniels before he signed with the Rockets, sources told RealGM. And yet, these Rockets were the benefactors of Danielsí 3-of-6 shooting from three-point range Friday, honoring his commitment to the Summer League and D-League route to the NBA. Read more »
Aquille Carr's Second Chance

by Shams Charania

Upon his release from the D-League, Aquille Carr started a purifying process around him, eliminating distractions and creating a gym regimen. Read more »
RealGM's D-League Weekly Wrap-Up (Mar. 11-Mar. 17)

by Cameron Schott

On the excellent week for Shawne Williams, along with Five-Star performances for Josh Akognon, Frank Gaines, Daniel Orton, Henry Walker and more. Read more »
Kevin Murphy Working Towards Another NBA Opportunity

by Cameron Schott

At this point, Kevin Murphy has done basically all he can do to earn a 10-day contract in the NBA. He hopes to continue winning in Boise for the time being, but the obvious goal is to earn another chance in the NBA. Read more »
Troy Daniels Pursuing NBA Dream In D-League

by Cameron Schott

As the best shooter in the D-League, Troy Daniels could see his NBA dream become a reality very soon. Until then, heíll continue to rewrite the record books while raining threes for a championship contending squad. Read more »
P.J. Hairston Excellent In D-League Debut

by Cameron Schott

P.J. Hairston finished with a team-high 22 points (9-16 FG, 4-9 3FG) and six steals in 28 minutes of action to lead the Legends to a 109-99 victory that wasnít nearly as close as the score indicated. He scored in a variety of ways, including high-flying dunks, mid-range jumpers, and his well-documented deep threes. Read more »
Pierre Jackson's D-League Scoring Surge

by Cameron Schott

It isnít often that a 5-foot-10 point guard is scoring 40 points at the professional level, but thatís exactly what Pierre Jackson has done this season for the Idaho Stampede. Three times this month, to be exact. Read more »
Seth Curry Developing In D-League

by Cameron Schott

Seth Curry is more aggressive off ball screens and has been excelling in pick-and-rolls that he would see in the NBA. At Duke, Curry saw most of his time at shooting guard, but heís the primary ball handler in Santa Cruz while averaging 36.9 minutes per contest. Read more »
D-League's Tre Kelley Driven To Turn Ruthless Past Into Success Story

by Shams Charania

Once the Grizzlies waived him in the 2010 training camp, Tre' Kelley played parts of two seasons overseas where he starred in Europe, and where he scored two 50-point performances in China. Through it all, his sights remained on finding a way back into the NBA, so he decided to return to the D-League with Austin. Read more »
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