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Complete Team Statistical History

The trophy never shone brighter than it did after the Idaho Stampede won the NBA D-League title in 2007-08, defeating the Austin Toros in three games. Bryan Gates was again awarded as the Dennis Johnson Coach of the Year, while Randy Livingston, Lance Allred, Cory Violette and Mouhamed Sene all took home all-league honors.
Decade of Destiny
Magical 10th Anniversary Team Wins Title

Boise and the Treasure Valley like their winners. And the franchise's 10th anniversary proved to be the winningest yet. With strong season-long performances from Randy Livingston, Mike Taylor, Brent Petway, Luke Jackson and a host of other key contributors, the Stampede won the D-League title over the Austin Toros in three games. Mike Taylor scored 27 points, draining seven three-pointers that game. Idaho hosted the D-League showcase, a two-day NBA scout and executive extravaganza with each D-League team playing two games in two days in Boise.

- Franchise record fewest number of points allowed in a game by the opponent vs. Los Angeles (2/3/07).

14 - Franchise record number of three-point field goals made in a game vs. Anaheim (3/17/07).

203 - Number of combined NBA games played by Stampede guard Randy Livingston.

"Air Georgia" - Nickname of Stampede 2nd round pick in the 2007 NBA D-League Draft, Brent Petway.

22 - Number of Gatorade NBA Call-Ups during the 2006-07 season.

"We have guys coming back who give us the ability to make a lot of baskets," said Stampede Head Coach Bryan Gates. "Whether we can stop the other team from making baskets remains to be seen."

"It's a fantastic opportunity for me," said forward Cory Violette. "I want a chance to make it to the NBA. What better place to do it than in your hometown with your family and friends watching you?"

"This is a great opportunity for the Magic Valley to see professional basketball," said Burley High School Athletic Director Gordon Kerbs, referring to the Stampede's preseason game vs. the Utah Flash on November 20. "Burley High School is fortunate to host an event of this magnitude."

2007-08 NBA D-League Standings
Central DivisionW-L
Dakota Wizards29-21
Sioux Falls Skyforce28-22
Iowa Energy22-28
Fort Wayne Mad Ants17-33
Southwest DivisionW-L
Austin Toros30-20
Colorado 14ers29-21
Tulsa 66ers26-24
Albuquerque Thunderbirds22-28
Rio Grande Valley Vipers21-29
Western DivisionW-L
Idaho Stampede36-14
Los Angeles D-Fenders32-18
Utah Flash24-26
Anaheim Arsenal23-27
Bakersfield Jam11-39