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Mad Antics

  • Delving into affiliations for this season
    You can check out today's coverage of the new affiliation alignments in the D-League -- the Mad Ants have 13 teams -- by
  • Explaining how Mad Ants have 13 NBA affiliations
    If you're wondering why the Mad Ants aren't a full-fledged affiliate of an NBA team, it's because they don't want to be. They don't want to sell their operations, opting to remain the lone independent in the D-League. “Our ownership doesn't
  • Mad Ants' affiliation in demand
    As the lone independent team in the D-League, not to mention the reigning champions, the Mad Ants were in demand this season by NBA franchises and potential place to put their prospects.
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NBA Summer League roundup

The Orlando NBA Summer League started Saturday, involving players with either local or Mad Ants ties.

Among them:

Chris Kramer: The former Huntington North and Purdue star had three points and a team-high seven assists for the Rockets in a 95-89 loss to the Pistons.

Frank Gaines: The ex-IPFW standout had nine points and three steals in 21.minutes for the Pacers in a 101-81 loss to the Nets.

Trey McKinney-Jones: The Mad Ants guard scored two points and with two steals for the Heat in an 85-77 loss to the Celtics.

Tim Olbrecht: The Mad Ants center had 11 points and five rebounds for the Pistons in their win over the Rockets.

Tony Mitchell: The Mad Ants standout scored 13 points in 18 minutes for the Pistons.

Peyton Siva: Former Mad Ants guard scored 16 points and dished six assists in 28.minutes for the Pistons.

Chris Watford: Former Indiana star scored 11 points in 17 minutes for the Pistons.

Sadiel Rojas: The Mad Ants did not play for the Pacers in the loss to the Nets.

Matt Bouldin: The Mad Ants guard did not play for the Magic in an 83-77 win over the 76ers.

Jamaal Franklin: The former Mad Ants guard had 10 points and five steals for the Grizzlies in an 84-63 win over the Thunder.

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