Thursday, August 29, 2013

Jerome Dyson Selected in D-League Expansion Draft

Jerome Dyson was selected by the Delaware 87ers in the 2013 NBA Developmental League expansion draft.

All returning 2012-13 NBA D-League teams were able to protect the rights of up to 12 players each. The player rights available to Delaware in the expansion draft were comprised of unprotected players from 2012-13 NBA D-League team rosters. Delaware was able to select up to 16 unprotected players, with no more than two selections from any NBA D-League team.
 The 87ers, owned and operated by the Philadelphia 76ers, will debut this season in the NBA Development League and play their home games at the Bob Carpenter Center on the campus of the University of Delaware.
Following are the complete results of Delaware’s 2013 NBA D-League Expansion Draft:

Josh Akognon                            5-11              185                  Cal State Fullerton
Chris Cooper                              6-10              245                  Old Dominion
Jerome Dyson                            6-3                180                  Connecticut
Frank Hassell                             6-8                235                  Old Dominion
Darrington Hobson                    6-7                210                  New Mexico
Kyle Fogg                                  6-3                188                  Arizona
Jeremy Green                             6-4                195                  Stanford
Leo Lyons                                  6-9                235                  Missouri
Ramone Moore                          6-4                190                  Temple
Hamady N’Diaye                       7-0                240                  Rutgers
Reeves Nelson                           6-8                235                  UCLA
Jerome Randle                           5-9                170                  California
Ish Smith                                    6-0                175                  Wake Forest
Willie Warren                             6-4                200                  Oklahoma    
Tyler Wilkerson                          6-8                240                  Marshall
Sean Williams                            6-10              235                  Boston College

Oh yes, and this happened:

But then, it's looked for the past week or so like Chukwu wasn't going to choose UConn, anyway.

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