Six current NBA players, including five who have earned…

Six current NBA players, including five who have earned GATORADE Call-Ups to the NBA this season, highlight the 12-man East and West rosters in the 2017 D-League All-Star Game. The East team features Yogi Ferrell (Long Island Nets/Dallas Mavericks), Ray McCallum (Grand Rapids Drive/Charlotte Hornets) and Chris McCullough (Long Island Nets/Brooklyn Nets). The West team is headlined by Johnny O’Bryant III (Northern Arizona Suns/Denver Nuggets), Briante Weber (Sioux Falls Skyforce/Golden State Warriors) and Okaro White (Sioux Falls Skyforce/Miami Heat)

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Miami opted to sign White to a two-year contract, with NBA rules for capped out teams prohibiting a longer deal, according to cap expert Albert Nahmad. Per sources, White will be guaranteed 25 percent of his $1.3 million salary if he’s on the team July 1, another 25 percent if he’s on the team Aug. 1, and be guaranteed his full $1.3 million salary if he’s on the opening night roster next season.
Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has signed guard Ray McCallum to a 10-day contract. McCallum joins the Hornets from the NBA Development League’s Grand Rapids Drive, becoming the 17th Gatorade Call-Up this season. The Hornets roster now stands at 15 players.
Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has signed center Mike Tobey to a 10-day contract. Tobey joins the Hornets from the team’s NBA Development League affiliate, the Greensboro Swarm, becoming the Swarm’s first-ever call-up and the D-League’s 16th Gatorade Call-Up this season. The Hornets roster now stands at 14 players.
For those in Quinn Cook's life - whether they be fans, colleagues or others - a question seems to continually surface. "What more does this guy have to do to get an NBA call-up?" Cook, for the record, does not torture himself with that query. At least he doesn't anymore. "I see it literally like 20 times a day on Twitter and Instagram," the Duke product and second-year Canton Charge point guard said about people opining on his NBA chances. "So I see it, but I don't think about it, man. It drove me crazy last year, just feeling sorry for myself, saying 'why this?' and 'why that?' instead of just focusing on the task at hand."
Former 18-year NBA veteran and two-time All-Star Jerry Stackhouse now coaches the D-League's Raptors 905. He has watched Cook average 25.3 points on 50.9 percent shooting from the field in three games against his division-leading team this season. "It's baffling to me how he's not in the NBA," Jerry Stackhouse said. "I've seen this kid make shot after shot after shot, and he does a good job of running the team. It's not like he's a guy that just creates for himself. He has the ability to pass. He has the pedigree. He's a winner. He's a champion. You put those qualities together that he has, it's just a matter of time."
"I understand what's going on and I understand it's a business," Cook said of the Cavs. "For that team, they need a veteran point guard. That's what they're looking for. They have a young guy in Felder and to make a championship run I think the only thing they're missing is a veteran point guard to give Kyrie some breaks. ...; They're trying to win championships."
The Philadelphia 76ers announced today the team has signed guard Chasson Randle. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Randle has appeared in four games since signing two 10-day contracts, the first on January 10 and the second on January 20. He posted 10 points in 16 minutes in a January 16 win over the Bucks in Milwaukee.
The 76ers intend to sign Chasson Randle to a three-year deal, according to an NBA source. The Vertical first reported this news. The third-string point guard will be signed for the remainder of the season and the next two years.
Brooklyn Nets: NETS TRANSACTION: The Brooklyn Nets have signed @QuincyAcy to a multi-year contract. pic.twitter.com/FAEGHzoolH

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The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has signed guard/forward Lamar Patterson to a 10-day contract, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations/Head Coach Mike Budenholzer. Patterson was with the Sacramento Kings in training camp this season and most recently played in 28 games for the Reno Bighorns of the NBA Development League, where he averaged 24.1 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 2.0 steals in 35.8 minutes. He ranked fourth in the D-League in scoring, 12th in assists and tied for 12th in steals.
The Denver Nuggets have signed forward Johnny O’Bryant to a 10-day contract, General Manager and Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations Tim Connelly announced today.
The Orlando Magic have signed guard-forward Anthony Brown to a 10-day contract, General Manager Rob Hennigan announced today. Brown becomes the 12th GATORADE Call-Up from the NBA Development League this season. He will wear #21 with the Magic. Brown (6’7”, 211, 10/10/92) has played and started in 16 games this season with the Erie BayHawks of the NBA Development League, averaging 21.6 ppg., 5.1 rpg., 3.4 apg. and 1.00 stlpg. in 39.2 minpg., while shooting .472 (42-89) from three-point range. He also appeared in nine games this season with New Orleans, averaging 3.8 ppg. and 2.9 rpg. in 15.8 minpg. Brown was signed by the Pelicans on Nov. 21, then waived on Dec. 9.
The Brooklyn Nets have signed Quincy Acy to a second 10-day contract. Acy (6’7”, 240), who was originally signed by the Nets on January 10, has appeared in four games for Brooklyn, averaging 6.3 points and 2.0 rebounds in 7.5 minutes per contest.
Shams Charania: Sources: Brooklyn forward Quincy Acy will re-sign on a second 10-day contract. He averaged 6.3 points/2 rebounds in 4 games of first 10-day.
David 'Dubi' Pick: Okaro White headed to Miami from D-League, per @Shams Charania. Heat, sources said, will sign him tomorrow.
Michael Scotto: Nets will sign Quincy Acy to a 10-day contract today, a league source told Basketball Insiders. @Marc Stein first reported the agreement.
Derek Bodner: Source confirms @Shams Charania report that the #sixers will sign former Stanford guard Chasson Randle. Likely to happen tomorrow. Randle has averaged 20.7 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 3.4 assists per game for the Westchester Knicks, New York's D-League Affiliate.
Keith Pompey: A league source confirms a Vertical report that the #Sixers will sign Chassan Randle on Tuesday.
Marc Stein: Quincy Acy has been playing with the @TexasLegends in the @NBADLeague since his release from the Mavericks on Nov. 17. Mavs teammates were crushed when Quincy Acy was let go to address a backcourt injury crisis. Hard to believe he didn't get a call-up sooner.
Marc Stein: The Nets just released former No. 1 overall pick Anthony Bennett and will sign Quincy Acy to a 10-day deal to replace him, ESPN sources say
Nets Daily: Hearing he's not the only D-League PG getting workout with Philly. - RT: Marc Berman: With Baker contract getting guarantee for season, Knicks D-Leaguer Chasson Randle will work out for Sixers. http://nyp.st/2jgEfKk
With undrafted rookie Ron Baker solidifying his place as a Knick after Friday’s heroics in Milwaukee, Westchester Knicks point guard Chasson Randle has a workout Sunday with the 76ers, according to an NBA source. The Sixers have been looking for perimeter help to offset their glut of big men.
The source also confirmed that guard Jonathan Gibson will be waived to make room on the roster for Jackson. Signed in November, Gibson was pressed into starting duty when the Dallas backcourt had a rash of injuries, but his playing time has drastically dwindled in recent weeks as injured players have returned.
The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has signed guard/forward Reggie Williams. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has signed guard/forward Anthony Brown. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. Brown, 6-7, 211, most recently played for the Erie BayHawks of the NBA Development League after being selected by the club with the first overall pick in the 2016 NBA D-League Draft. Brown appeared in three games for Erie, averaging 29.3 points on .558 shooting from the field, including .650 from three-point range, 4.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists in 41.5 minutes per game. Brown’s signing from the D-League marks the third GATORADE Call-Up of the season.
Ramona Shelburne: Remember when the Lakers cut Anthony Brown at the end of the preseason? The Pelicans are bringing him up from the DLeague, per source.
Point guard Chasson Randle, playing while wearing a mask after fracturing his orbital bone, is averaging 26 points in the first two games for the Westchester Knicks. He was cut by the Knicks in training camp with the idea he would play in Westchester and perhaps be re-signed. Ron Baker, who is not in the rotation, took Randle’s spot. “We’re not going to bring him up unless someone has an injury,’’ Hornacek said. “He’s doing a great job down there, had a nice game [Wednesday] night. Of course, we have an eye on him. With the group we have now with 15 guys, more than likely it’d be an injury for him to come up.’’
Point guard Chasson Randle (fractured orbital bone), who is not on the 15-man roster, is starting his rehab stint with the Westchester Knicks at training camp and is expected to be signed when he’s back in shape. Hornacek, meanwhile, still is trying to find his bench rotation. The new flavor of the week is defensive forward Maurice Ndour, who managed five fouls in six minutes of action and went scoreless. Hornacek has soured on the two rookie Europeans, small forward Mindaugus Kuzminskas and center Willy Hernangomez, because of their inexperience on defense.
D-League call ups since 2011 have earned a total of almost $431M in current and future salaries. This figure does include non-guaranteed, partially guaranteed and fully guaranteed contracts that are currently in place.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have signed guard Dahntay Jones, Cavaliers General Manager David Griffin announced today from Cleveland Clinic Courts. Jones (6-6, 225) appeared in 43 games (39 starts) for the Grand Rapids Drive of the NBA Development League this season, averaging 15.7 points on .546 shooting from the field, 4.2 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 35.7 minutes. He also shot .546 from the field, .413 from the three-point line and .851 from the charity stripe with Grand Rapids.
Chris Reichert: The Boston Celtics have officially signed John Holland to a 2yr deal. He's the 40th call up this season #NBADL
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