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- Sixth Man
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Yay new forum So I heard during lockout D-league will be working but can nba players with contracts play in them?
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- Sixth Man
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I don't see how the Dleague will be allowed. I thought there couldn't be any communication in anyway with Players and owners. Wouldn't this kind of side step that? It would let all team brass watch these players.
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Doubt they can play in them. But, it will be interesting to see if it is more competitive and if undrafted college players can sign. Can the D League draw without the promise of the NBA? That is the question that needs to be answered. Pretty safe to say though that most players will choose money abroad.
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Timber72 wrote:I wonder if they'll start televising them during the lockout. That would be a huge plus to the D-League.
The Versus channel televises their regular season games and NBATV shows their playoff games.
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xprt wrote:Yay new forum So I heard during lockout D-league will be working but can nba players with contracts play in them?
http://www.ridiculousupside.com/2011/6/ ... e-d-league
And the update
www.ridiculousupside.com/2011/7/1/22538 ... te-rookies
Guys on a message board could do a better job managing the Wizards than Ernie Grunfeld.