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Published on Jun 4, 2014
University of Miami product Trey McKinney Jones sits down with NBADLeague.com at the Brooklyn Nets Free Agent Mini-Camp to talk about his offseason following an NBA D-League title run with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.
The NBA Development League, the NBA's official minor league, is now on YouTube, showing over 350 live games on the NBA D-League YouTube Channel and NBADLeague.com. Fans can get a glimpse at the players, coaches and officials competing to ascend to the NBA's ranks. More than 40% of players drafted into the NBA since 2005 have played in the NBA D-League. Ten former NBA players are in the NBA D-League coaching ranks this season.
With 24 percent of players boasting NBA D-League experience when the NBA tipped off the 2013-2014 campaign in October, the NBA D-League YouTube Channel is the best place to see the future now.
The NBA D-League consists of 17 teams for the 2013-2014 season: Austin Toros, Bakersfield Jam, Canton Charge, Delaware 87ers, Erie BayHawks, Fort Wayne Mad Ants, Idaho Stampede, Iowa Energy, Los Angeles D-Fenders, Maine Red Claws, Reno Bighorns, Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Sioux Falls Skyforce, Santa Cruz Warriors, Springfield Armor, Texas Legends and Tulsa 66ers.