NBA D-League Failing Its Greatest Player

Posted: 26th February 2010 by Alex Akita in NBA
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Entering the 2009-10 season, Will Conroy was the NBA Developmental League’s career leader in the following categories: minutes played, field goals made, field goals attempted, free throws made, free throws attempted, assists, turnovers—and perhaps most importantly—points scored. He was amongst the top 10 in six other categories: games played (eighth), three-point field goals made (sixth), three-point field goals attempted (fifth), steals (third), assists per game (fourth), and assist percentage (eighth). Yet in spite of all he has accomplished in basketball’s minor leagues, Conroy, the Crash Davis of the hardwood, cannot get a job in the NBA. No matter that the D-League was established to reward players like Conroy for their efforts. No matter that the former Unive ...

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