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Adam Johnson: Former LA Laker Anthony Brown has signed an NBADL contract and will be draft eligible on Sunday, league source tells D-League Digest.
Daniel Moldovan: Contrary to reports from earlier today, client @Josh Childress has not signed to play in the D-League.
Adam Johnson: NBA vet Jannero Pargo has signed an NBADL contract, league source tells D-League Digest. Pargo will play for the Oklahoma City Blue.
Adam Johnson: Briante Weber has signed an NBADL contract, league source tells D-League Digest. He'll return to the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
Adam Johnson: Jarell Eddie has signed an NBADL contract, league source tells D-League Digest. He'll return to the Austin Spurs.
Adam Johnson: Darius Morris has signed an NBADL contract, league source tells D-League Digest. His returning rights are with RGV Vipers.
Adam Johnson: NBA vet Elijah Millsap has signed a D-League contract, league source tells D-League Digest. His rights are held by Northern Arizona Suns.
Adam Johnson: NBA vet Xavier Henry has signed a D-League contract and will be a returning player for the SC Warriors, league source tells D-League Digest.
Chris Reichert: Bulls' camp cut Thomas Walkup will join the Windy City Bulls as an affiliate player, per @AJohnsonSports #NBADL
Tim MacMahon: A source said C Jaleel Cousins, DeMarcus' younger brother, is expected to join the D-League Texas Legends if he clears waivers following his release from the Mavs. All of the Mavs' cuts are open to joining the team's D-League affiliate with the exception of G Kyle Collinsworth, who plans to play overseas. However, there is a decent possibility that final cut Jonathan Gibson gets claimed by another NBA team.
Chris Reichert: NBA veteran Shannon Brown has signed with the NBA D-League and will be draft eligible, sources tell Upside & Motor #NBADL
Chris Reichert: Former lottery pick ('04) Josh Childress has signed a contract with the NBA D-League, per a league source
Chris Reichert: The Texas Legends have acquired Chris Douglas-Roberts as a returning player. @Marc Stein was first to report the move #NBADL
Celtics draft pick Marcus Thornton has returned from Australia’s National Basketball League and joined the Maine Red Claws, according to his father, Wayne Thornton. The Celtics selected Thornton 45th overall last June with the intention of having him play overseas. He signed with the Sydney Kings of the NBL and had some success despite tumult within the franchise. The Kings had a midseason coaching change and their star forward, former NBA player Josh Childress, was hampered by injuries. “I think it was a good experience,” Wayne Thornton said. “The team had some of their own issues, but overall it was a good experience for him.”
David Pick: Source: Dwight Buycks is joining D-League's OKC Blue. He was Top 10 in dimes in China.
Chris Reichert: NBA veteran Keith Bogans will sign with the NBA D-League in coming days, per a league source #NBADL
A couple of weeks ago he reconnected with his former agent, Todd Ramasar, and Saturday held a private workout for the Dallas Mavericks. They supposedly remain interested, but as with everyone else, they want to see him play first. While a source close to Davis says interest also has been expressed by teams in Finland, Israel and Australia, where former Knicks teammate Al Harrington is currently playing for the Sydney Kings, going overseas would probably push a return to the NBA to next season. It also might make it difficult for him to keep up his maintenance work with Hines and Dr. Khaziran. Forging his way back through the no-frills D-League actually holds a certain appeal. He doesn't want to come back because of who he was. He wants to make it back because of who he is.
So could he possibly recapture any of that, at 36, after a three-plus-year absence? "I don't know that people know the shape he's in," says Hollins, who worked out with him between being released by the Memphis Grizzlies in late October and picked up by the Washington Wizards at the end of November. "He can still play a couple years in this league."
Two of Baron's former coaches, Mike Dunleavy and Paul Silas, are certain he still could contribute even without an ability to attack the rim. "He's one of the smartest players I've ever coached," Dunleavy says. "That part of the game is never leaving him. Because of his size you could also throw him down in the post, and he's a terrific ball-handler, has vision and can get you into your sets. I'd have no concerns about bringing him in as a third guard and mentor to the young guys."
Two-time NBA All-Star guard Baron Davis is expected to sign a contract with the NBA's Development League by Wednesday, his agent Todd Ramasar told Yahoo Sports.
Davis, 36, decided over the weekend that he would sign a contract to join the D-League after contemplating the move for two years. Ramasar said that Davis' wife recently gave birth to their second child, which pushed his hopes of joining the D-League until after Jan. 20.
The Dallas Mavericks, who have been known to add NBA veterans to the roster of their D-League affiliate, the Texas Legends, worked out Davis in Los Angeles last Sunday, Ramasar said. "He is looking forward to playing in the D-League and showing teams what he is capable of," Ramasar told Yahoo Sports. "He feels that the timing is right. More than anything Baron has put in the training and is confident in his body. He feels he is ready to return to the NBA."
Davis has been working out daily with former NBA assistant and player development coach Rico Hines, his former UCLA teammate, in Los Angeles. The 6-foot-3 combo guard last played competitively in the Drew League Pro-Am in Los Angeles last summer. "Every pro athlete wants to retire on his terms," said Ramasar, who also played with Davis at UCLA. "His current last game wasn't the way he wanted to go out. He is very excited about the D-League."
Chris Reichert: Former Philadelphia 76er Xavier Silas has signed an NBA D-League contract, per a source #NBADL
Chris Reichert: Former Grizzlies guard Russ Smith has signed with the NBA D-League, per a league source
Each D-League team has a $183,000 salary cap, and players are afforded accommodations – typically with a roommate – in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, health insurance, league-related transportation, and a $50 per day per diem on the road.
Chris Reichert: The Idaho Stampede announce they have officially re-acquired Pierre Jackson. Team waived Travis Relaford to open roster spot. #NBADL
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