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2006-07 NBA D-League MVP Randy Livingston led the Stampede to a league-best 33-17 record, and a Western Division title. He also earned more hardware with a First Team All-D-League honor while dishing out 10.6 assists per game before being called up to the Sonics towards the end of the season.

"I honestly think Randy reminded his opponents where to go sometimes. 'You're supposed to be standing over there'," said Idaho Head Coach Bryan Gates.

New League, Same Success
Idaho saw NBA affiliation in positive light, with two call-ups and two assignments

In their first year in the NBA Development League, the Stampede started out with an early 1-6 record, but finished with a league-best 33-17 record and a division title. They got hot midway through the campaign, winning 11 straight games and 12 road games in a row, the latter a D-League record. Fan interest peaked down the stretch as Idaho was pushing for a bye in the first round of the playoffs, and eventually ran out of gas in the Western Division Finals. All in all, it was one of the best seasons ever in Stampede history, coupled with two NBA call-ups (Luke Jackson, Randy Livingston) and two NBA assignments from their affiliates (Mouhamed Sene, C.J. Miles).

- Guard Ronell Taylor, who eventually became the driving force of the Stampede the second half of the season, was picked in the 6th round of the 2006 NBA D-League Draft.

16 - In the final 16 games of the regular season, center Lance Allred took advantage of his opportunity with more playing time, averaging 17.8 points and 9.8 rebounds per game.

2 - Number of NBA assigned players from the first season of official NBA affiliation for the Stampede (Mouhamed Sene from Seattle, C.J. Miles from Utah).

"It's obvious to anyone nationwide that Boise is a city that likes winners. Boise has a real winner in the Idaho Stampede. Come be a part of the Stampede Nation," said Barbara M. of Boise.

"Winning rhymes with fun, and fun thymes with winning," said Stampede Head Coach Bryan Gates, utilizing a quote from former Stampede coach Bobby Dye. "Certainly, we're having some fun."

2006-07 NBA D-League Standings
Eastern DivisionW-L
Dakota Wizards33-17
Sioux Falls Skyforce30-20
Fort Worth Flyers29-21
Tulsa 66ers21-29
Austin Toros21-29
Arkansas RimRockers16-34
Western DivisionW-L
Idaho Stampede33-17
Colorado 14ers28-22
Albuquerque Thunderbirds24-26
Los Angeles D-Fenders23-27
Anaheim Arsenal23-27
Bakersfield Jam19-31

Ronell Taylor

Luke Jackson