Little else is known about Brown. In an attempt to obtain more info about him, D-League Digest performed a Spokeo search on a phone number reportedly belonging to Brown, only to find out its registered to “LV Dealers” and nothing more. D-League Digest attempted to contact Brown via the phone number provided but there was no answer. D-League Digest was scheduled to interview Amerileague President Jonathan Jordan for this article. Upon clarifying a scheduled time, his email account responded with the following: I have resigned from my position with AmeriLeague. Please refer all inquiries to email@example.com.
Several agents who spoke to D-League Digest said they are highly skeptical of this league moving forward with such little information on Brown or the financial backing. “There’s not a chance I’d let any of my clients sign with that league, it’s too good to be true,” according to one agent. “(Amerileague) needs to build up its own credibility before we put our own on the line,” a second agent representative said.
Adam Johnson: According to one source, Amerileague CEO Cerruti Brown last spoke to one head coach over 2 weeks ago. No contact since.
The AmeriLeague and Henry Walker, have agreed to the terms of a contract that will allow the 6’6 small forward to compete in the 2015-16 season. Per league policy, terms of the contracts were not released.
Jeff Zillgitt: Royce White, the 16th pick by the Rockets in 2012 draft, is the latest player to agree to a contract with the AmeriLeague, based in Vegas.
Sam Amico: Ex-NBA big man Melvin Ely named assistant coach in new AmeriLeague, per source. Ely on Martin Knezevic's staff (Las Vegas High Rollers).
Alex Kennedy: Henry Walker - who spent last year with the Miami Heat - is the latest player to sign in the AmeriLeague, according to league announcement.
Alex Kennedy: Former NBA player Josh Selby has signed a contract to play in the AmeriLeague, according to sources. http://t.co/KamCJjjXdk
Alex Kennedy: Myck Kabongo is the latest player to join the semi-pro AmeriLeague, according to a league announcement.
The AmeriLeague, a potential competitor for the NBA Developmental League, has named former Hawks center and longtime assistant coach Tree Rollins as a coach of one of its six franchises. The league also has added former NBA players Terrence Williams, Antoine Wright, and David Harrison to its rosters. The league will begin play on Nov. 9 at the Cashman Center in Las Vega
Alex Kennedy: Recap: AmeriLeague says they signed Terrence Williams, Dajuan Wagner, Antoine Wright, recruit Ted Kapita. Tree Rollins hired as first coach. Oh, and I left one former NBA player off of the list of players the AmeriLeague announced: former Indiana Pacers big man David Harrison.
The AmeriLeague have acquired forwards Terrence Williams and Antoine Wright. Both have agreed to the terms of a contract that will allow the former 11th (Williams) and 15th (Wright) overall NBA draft picks to compete in the 2015-16 AmeriLeague season.
Adam Zagoria: Speaking of the semi-pro @theAmeriLeague, they are also in talks with Nolan Smith, Negus Webster-Chan and Nick Williams.
Former first-round pick David Harrison has verbally agreed to a deal with the semipro Las Vegas Dealers, who are also in significant discussions with ex-NBA player Royce White. The Dealers are part of the startup Amerileague, which intends to target top high school talent and well-known former NBA players.
Harrison has a contract offer for $200,000, according to his agent Zach Charles. White also has a deal on the table worth a guaranteed $200,000, league commissioner Ethan Norof confirmed to ESPN on Thursday night. "We're excited to have David join the Amerileague and look forward to adding additional NBA talent in the near future," Norof said. "We also plan to stay aggressive in our pursuit of the top high school prospects."
December 6, 2022 | 6:56 pm EST Update
Anthony Slater: Steph Curry, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins will all miss tomorrow’s Warriors’ game in Utah. Curry left ankle soreness, Green left hip tightness, Wiggins right adductor strain. James Wiseman is with team and available.
Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star center Jarrett Allen is back. Sources tell cleveland.com that Allen, who has missed the last five games with a lower back contusion, will return to the lineup Tuesday night. Allen will be back in the starting lineup, hoping to slow down Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis. The four other starters — Darius Garland, Donovan Mitchell, Lamar Stevens and Evan Mobley — will remain the same, sources say.
Brady Hawk: Erik Spoelstra on Victor Oladipo: “Vic is warming up and doing everything with the intent to play tonight.” “He’s really excited about it.” Spo didn’t say minute restriction, but he’s not going to play a TON It’ll be a ramp up process
Tony Jones: Mike Conley is upgraded to questionable for tomorrow night against the Golden State Warriors Rudy Gay is not on the injury report, which suggests he’s good to go. He told media on Monday his intent is to return Wednesday night