Thanasis Antetokounmpo

Thanasis Antetokounmpo Mimics Victor Oladipo In D-League Dunk Contest With Nearly 540-Degree Jam


Giannis Antetokounmpo underwhelmed during All-Star Saturday's Sprite Slam Dunk Contest. Now we have a better understanding of why – the league clearly just sent its invitation to the wrong Greek Freak. The Westchester Knicks' Thanasis Anetetkounmpo didn't end up winning the D-League's jam-off, but still produced the event's top moment with this nearly 540-degree jam dunk that mimicked Victor Oladipo's from 24 hours prior.

Maine Red Claws

Did Luke Loucks Dish The D-League Dime Of The Year?


Perhaps it was how slick the Maine Red Claw's Luke Loucks flipped the behind-the-back dime when he found Christian Watford for the layup in Sunday's 99-89 Canton Charge win during NBA D-League action.


Dime Q&A: Elijah Millsap on His Future, Overseas Ball & His NBA All-Star Brother


Although pushed aside with ample opportunities to quit, Elijah Millsap is still pursuing his first opportunity in the NBA.


Report: Raptors Want Rochester RazorSharks As D-League Affiliate


According to Time Warner Cable News Rochester, the Rochester RazorSharks of the Premier Basketball League are in talks with the Toronto Raptors to become the team's NBA D-League affiliate.


Knicks D-League Team Will Be Named…The Knicks


In early March, the New York Knicks announced they would be getting their own D-League affiliate in Westchester for the 2014-15 season.


Dime Q&A: Scott Odom, The First One-Legged Pro Basketball Player


There are constantly conversations in the NBA about players wanting more money and leaving teams just to get a few extra million.


Dime Q&A: Senior Producer & Romero Osby Talk “Summer Dreams,” A Drama-Filled Doc About NBA Hopefuls


The new two-hour documentary special, Summer Dreams, from Raquel Productions in association with Mandalay Sports Media, and executive produced by Mike Tollin (Coach Carter, Smallville, 30 For 30) provides a behind-the-scenes look at all that transpires during the NBA's offseason.


Dime Q&A: Aquille Carr Talks NBA Draft & His Road Less Traveled

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There are a handful of American basketball players who have entered the NBA Draft without attending college since the 2005 Collective Bargaining Agreement put a damper on any high schoolers dreaming to jump straight to the pros.

We Reminisce

Dime Q&A: Lamar Butler Reminisces On George Mason’s Final Four Run


Back in 2006, George Mason basketball had perhaps one of the greatest runs in the NCAA Tournament.

Thanasis Antetokounmpo

Meet Thanasis Antetokounmpo: The Greek Freak, Part 2

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The fascination surrounding Giannis Antetokounmpo is at an all-time high.


Looking Back At The Impact of David Stern


Today is David Stern's last as the comissioner of the NBA.

Troy Daniels

10 NBA D-League Players That Deserve Call-Ups


The NBA Development League is often looked upon as a downgrade when players receive an assignment to places like Delaware, Springfield, Rio Grande Valley or Sioux Falls rather than playing in Los Angeles, Chicago, or Detroit.

Scott Skiles

Ron Howard Starts His NBA D-League Takeover Tonight


In 2010, Ron Howard parlayed big-time NBA D-League production into a training camp stint with Milwaukee.

Xavier Silas

Xavier Silas & The Price To Pay To Make It In The D-League


A former Husky from Northern Illinois University, Xavier Silas was one of the best players in the country in 2011, scoring more points than future NBA first-round draft picks MarShon Brooks and Jimmer Fredette.


Video: Jeremy Tyler Blows Up A D-League Game With A Huge Dunk


Jeremy Tyler is more known for the winding way he's arrived at basketball courts around the world than what he's done on them to this point.

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