Sign in
View: Mobile | Desktop
FOLLOW US:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Men Women
 USA basketball USA Basketball
Men Professional
Men College
High Schools

 Canadian basketball Canadian Hoops
Americas Events
World Events
Upcoming Events
Apr 1: NCAA1: NCAA1 Final Four starts
Jun 17: Nantes (FRA): FIBA 3x3 World Cup 2017 starts
Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover D-League men basketball. Please send us an e-mail.
We can help you
D-League Minor Lgs
D-League Standings
Atlantic Division
 1. Maine RC 28-19 
 2. Delaware 87ers 26-22 
 3. Westchester K. 19-29 
 4. Greensboro S. 18-32 
 5. Long Island N. 16-33 
 6. Erie Bay H. 13-35 
Central Division
 1. Raptors 905 37-11 
 2. Canton C. 29-19 
 3. Ft.Wayne MA 29-20 
 4. Grand Rapids D. 23-23 
 5. Windy City B. 23-25 
Pacific Division
 1. Los Angeles D. 33-15 
 2. Santa Cruz W. 30-19 
 3. N.Arizona S. 22-27 
 4. Reno B. 19-29 
 5. Salt Lake City S. 14-34 
Southwest Division
 1. Oklahoma City B 32-16 
 2. Rio Grande VV 30-18 
 3. Sioux Falls S. 28-20 
 4. Texas L. 25-23 
 5. Austin S. 25-24 
 6. Iowa E. 11-37 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Quinn COOK
  Canton C.
  Avg: 26
 1. Cook, Canton C.26.0 
 2. Harris, Texas L.26.0 
 3. Blue, Los A.24.9 
 4. Patterson, Reno B.24.0 
 5. Jackson, Texas L.23.8 
 6. Crawford, Grand R.23.5 
 7. Murphy, Grand R.22.8 
 8. Holland, Canton C.22.3 
 9. Nader, Maine RC21.6 
 10. Jones, Maine RC21.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Salt L.
  Avg: 13.2
 1. Bolomboy, Salt L.13.2 
 2. Moreland, Canton C.12.1 
 3. Long, Delaware.11.2 
 4. Onuaku, Rio G.10.7 
 5. Benson, Sioux F.10.6 
 6. Webb-III, Delaware.9.3 
 7. McKinnie, Windy C.9.1 
 8. Tobey, Greensbo.9.0 
 9. Jones, Maine RC9.0 
 10. Sims, Salt L.8.8 
Assists Per Game
  Los A.
  Avg: 9.5
 1. Magette, Los A.9.5 
 2. Marshall, Reno B.9.3 
 3. Stone, Ft.Wayne MA8.9 
 4. McGrath, Long I.8.9 
 5. Pressey, Santa C.8.1 
 6. Jackson, Texas L.7.7 
 7. VanVleet, Raptors .7.5 
 8. Weber, Sioux F.7.3 
 9. McCallum, Grand R.7.0 
 10. Cook, Canton C.6.7 
Steals Per Game
 Briante WEBER
  Sioux F.
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Weber, Sioux F.3.3 
 2. Tokoto, Rio G.2.4 
 3. McCallum, Grand R.2.2 
 4. Pressey, Santa C.2.1 
 5. Caruso, Oklahoma.2.1 
 6. Payton-II, Rio G.2.0 
 7. Smith, Delaware.2.0 
 8. Patterson, Reno B.2.0 
 9. Harris, Texas L.2.0 
 10. Evans, Canton C.1.9 
Blocks Per Game
 Stephane LASME
  Texas L.
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Lasme, Texas L.3.4 
 2. Mickey, Maine RC2.9 
 3. Diallo, Greensboro S.2.8 
 4. Moreland, Canton C.2.7 
 5. Tavares, Raptors .2.7 
 6. Papagiannis, Reno B.2.6 
 7. Wood, Greensbo.2.6 
 8. Davis, Iowa E.2.4 
 9. Benson, Sioux F.2.3 
 10. Obekpa, Santa C.2.3 


Next Day Schedule

Day 120 (Regular Season)

Westchester 54% Mar.30 Grand Rapids
Raptors 905 66% Mar.30 Windy City B
Iowa E. 56% Mar.30 Erie Bay H.
Okl.City B 61% Mar.30 Sioux Falls
Rio Grande 55% Mar.30 Texas L.
Red Claws stumble against Delaware - Feb 3, 2017

  follow us on Facebook Twitter

Shawn Long
After three crisp practices this week, Maine Red Claws Coach Scott Morrison felt his team was ready to take on division rival Delaware in the first of a two-game series Thursday night at the Portland Expo. The Claws worked on two areas that proved troublesome lately: turnovers and rebounding. Turns out they still need work. The 87ers held Maine without a basket for the opening five minutes in the D-League game and never trailed on the way to a 109-90 victory before a crowd of 1,410. 'I was real happy with the week,' Morrison said. 'I thought we had great practices. Then we go out there in the first quarter and don't execute things we've done for three days straight, which is the frustrating thing.' Delaware (16-13) forced seven turnovers in the first quarter and 11 by halftime to help end a three-game losing streak and pull within two games of the first-place Claws (19-12) in the Atlantic Division. Shawn Long (6'11''-F-93, college: La-Lafayette) pulled down 11 of Delaware's 14 offensive rebounds (compared to five for Maine's entire team) as the Sevens wound up taking 21 more shots than Maine. 'That's our Achilles heel right now,' Morrison said. 'We're combining turnovers with bad rebounding. It's a real killer.' Long led six double-digit scorers for Delaware with 22 points to go with 16 rebounds. Dionte Christmas (6'5''-G-86, college: Temple) added 21 points. The bulk of Maine's scoring came from three players. Jalen Jones (6'7''-G/F-93, college: Texas A&M) had 28 points, Ryan Kelly (6'11''-PF-91, college: Duke) 27 and Abdel Nader, back from missing a game because of a hip pointer, had 19. Three starters combined for two points (Demetrius Jackson on 1-of-6 shooting). Marcus Georges-Hunt had a rough 0-of-7 night. After Nader, the next- highest scorer was Cameron Ayers (6'5''-G-91, college: Bucknell) with six points on a pair of long balls, one of them hurried in the final second of the opening quarter. 'We're at our best when we have a balanced scoring attack,' Morrison said. 'That's how we've been every season here. This year, sometimes we've gotten away with one or two guys having big games, but over the course of 50 games you need to have a balanced attack in this league to be successful.' After trailing by as many as a dozen in the first quarter, Maine battled back to 47-44 late in the second and Nader had an open look from the right corner for a tying 3-pointer that rimmed out. The Claws never came closer. Delaware scored the final six points of the first half and the first two baskets of the second to build a margin that never again slipped below 10 points. 'I think the positive I took out of it,' Jones said, 'is that even though they were aggressive and making a lot of shots, we were also missing a lot of open shots that we usually make. I thought we kept fighting until the end. It just wasn't our night.' The game marked the third for Kelly, who played sparingly for Atlanta earlier in the season. 'My legs are under me a little bit better,' he said. 'I think I'll continue to get there.' The teams play again Saturday night at the Expo. The Claws won their first meeting 95-91 in Delaware a month ago after draining 10 3-pointers in the opening quarter. 'They're a very good team,' Delaware Coach Eugene Burroughs said. 'They have a bunch of guys who can really shoot the ball. They do a great job attacking the rim. They're a tough team to guard because of their ability to shoot the 3.'
Courtesy of:   

Henry Walker
Skyforce top Energy 132-99 in home finale - 21 hours ago
The Sioux Falls Skyforce (28-20) put on one, final show for their home crowd this season, scoring more than 30 points in every quarter on their way to defeating the Iowa Energy (11-37) at the Sanford Pentagon on Tuesday night. The Energy's largest lead was one point on multiple occasions early in the first quarter, but the Skyforce built a four-point lead heading into the second quarter and never looked back, leading by as many as 35 points down the stretch in the fourth quarter. Sioux Fa...   [read more]

Maine Red Claws land Guerschon Yabusele - 1 day ago
Maine Red Claws landed 22-year old French power forward Guerschon Yabusele (201-95). He started the season at Shanghai Sharks in Chinese CBA league. In 43 games he averaged impressive 20.9ppg, 9.4rpg, 2.0apg, 1.3spg and 1.0bpg this season. The last season Yabusele played at SPO Rouen in French ProA where in 34 games he had 11.5ppg, 6.8rpg, 1.1apg and 1.1spg. It was a very successful season in his career as he was selected to All-French ProA Honorable Mention. Last year Yabu...   [read more]

Jabari Brown
Warriors clinch playoff birth with win over Stars - 2 days ago
The Santa Cruz Warriors (30-19) defeated the Salt Lake City Stars (14-34) 128-123 on Monday night at Lifetime Activities Center. With tonight's victory, the Warriors clinch their fourth playoff birth in the last five seasons. Jabari Brown (6'4''-G/F-92, college: Missouri) who was named "NBA D-League Performer of the Week" earlier today came off the bench to lead all scorers with 29 points for the Warriors. Damian Jones (7'0''-C-95, college: Vanderbilt), on assignment from the Golden State...   [read more]

1 | 2 | 3
1 | 2 | 3

Site Map: Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2017 Eurobasket Inc. Disclaimer

Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.