Westchester Knicks vs. Texas Legends
Delaware 87ers vs. Oklahoma City Blue
Maine Red Claws vs. Bakersfield Jam
Raptors 905 vs. Sioux Falls Skyforce
Delaware 87ers vs. Texas Legends
Source: NBA D-League Schedule
Top 25 Prospect Watch - Northeast Region
Jimmer Fredette, the 2011 AP College Player of the Year, has put up big numbers for the Westchester Knicks this season. On the season, he averages 23.4 points, 4.4 rebs, and 4.6 assist per game. The Knicks currently hold a record of 11-5 and are two games behind the Austin Spurs in the loss category for the best record in the league.
Ronald Roberts Jr of the Raptors 905 has been one of the hottest prospects in the NBA D-League. Over his first six games, he's averaged 16.2 points per game and 10.5 rebounds. He managed to score 21 points and grab 20 rebounds against the best team in the league, the Westchester Knicks (9-3). Keep an eye out for him as the season progresses.
Sean Kilpatrick of the Delaware 87ers has been one of the hottest prospects in the NBA D-League. The former Cincinnati Bearcat is averaging 27.3 point per game, 4 rebounds, 1.3 steals, in just a shade under 36 minutes per game. Kilpatrick currently has a player efficiency rating of 24.20. The 6'4" 219 pound guard is shooting the ball well from long range at 46% through the first four games. He has a true understanding of how to use his size to defend, which compliments his competitive nature.
DaJuan Summers - Westchester Knicks | #35 | 6'8" 240 | F |
39.6 Min | 29.0 PTS | 10.0 REB | 2.0 AST | 1.0 STL | 2.5 TO | PER: 24.68
Bruno Caboclo - 905 Raptors | #20 | 6'9" 220 | F |
33.5 Min | 20.5 PTS | 9.5 REB | 2.5 AST | 1.5 STLS | 2.5 TOV | PER: 22.12
Thanasis Antetokounmpo - Westchester Knicks | #43 | 6'7" 215 | F |
37.7 Min | 13.0 PTS | 6.0 REB | 3.0 AST | 1.0 STL | 2.5 TO | PER: 12.89
Delaware 87ers selected Rysheed Jordan with the 5th overall pick in the draft. This could be a great selection for both sides. Rysheed is a Philadelphia native. Many people know his back story and being close to home could potentially help him mature and focus on basketball. Rysheed brings elite athleticism and size to the point guard position. He finishes well through contact but still needs to improve his decision making on the court. Click here for his 2014-2015 profile.
Many around the basketball community may not know of David Laury, but he represents a complete forward. He handles the ball well and seems to have a great court presence. The 2014-2015 MAAC Player of the Year most impressive attribute is his efficiency. He finished the 2014-2015 season with a PER of 21.40, ranking #10 in the nation. Click here for his 2014-2015 profile.
Jamal Branch was selected in the third round to the LA D-Fenders. Branch is a true point guard who looks to pass first and get his teammates going. He reads the court well and rarely makes mistakes. His quickness allows him to excel, add that to his craftiness, Branch can be a major factor for the team. Click here for his 2014-2015 profile.