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Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 11/4/15

NBA teams cut as much as 25% of their rosters at the end of the preseason, but franchises that have D-League affiliates have a way to maintain ties to many of the players they release from the NBA roster. An NBA team can claim the D-League rights to up to four of the players it waives, as long as the players clear waivers, consent to join the D-League, and don’t already have their D-League rights owned by another team. These are known as affiliate players, as our Hoops Rumors Glossary entry details. NBA teams allocated a total of 46 affiliate players to the D-League at the beginning of the season last year, and this year, that number has risen to 56, according to the list the D-League announced on Tuesday. These players are going directly to the D-League affiliate of the NBA team that cut them and weren’t eligible for the D-League draft that took place Saturday.

This brings me to the topic/question for today: Which D-League affiliate player has the best shot at making an impact in the NBA this season? Click here to see the full list.

Take to the comments section below to share your thoughts, opinions, and insights on the matter. We look forward to what you have to say.

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5 thoughts on “Hoops Rumors Community Shootaround 11/4/15

  1. Chuck Myron

    I’m going to go with the guy who’s already been called up to the NBA: Phil Pressey. He’s done it before, and all he needs is the opportunity to do it again. The Sixers will give him that.

    • Hunter

      I said the same thing haha

  2. Robert Upshaw. Has a chance to be a really nice defensive player

    • Eddie Scarito

      I like Upshaw’s potential quite a bit, but he’s not ready for the NBA this season (physically or mentally).

  3. Hunter

    I’m going with Pressey, already called up obviously and he was very productive when he got a chance to play for the Celtics, I was actually pretty upset when we picked Rozier just because I knew Pressey was gone for sure.

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