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Click below for season recaps of every year in Stampede history!

1997-98 | 1998-99 | 1999-00 | 2000-01 | 2002-03 | 2003-04 | 2004-05 | 2005-06 | 2006-07 | 2007-08 | 2008-09 | 2009-10 | 2010-11 | 2011-12 | 2012-13

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Dexter Boney and Ira Newble led the charge for the Stampede throughout the season, as the franchise continued their string of post-season appearances.

Ben Davis (right) powered the middle of the paint, averaging 15.7 points and 7.4 rebounds throughout the season, earning him a call-up to the Phoenix Suns.

Playoff Run and Fun, yet no ring
Idaho makes the playoffs for a third straight season, despite worst record in young franchise history

Though the Stampede suffered through an early season coaching change as Russ Bergman stepped aside for current L.A. Clippers assistant coach Rory White, and a not so stellar record, Idaho made the playoffs for the third straight year. Though Idaho was trying to find the right chemistry of players, the core of the team finished the season strong, all while continuing the connection between professional basketball and the Treasure Valley.

Factoids
2
Number of times a Stampede player was called up to the NBA (Rusty LaRue, Ben Davis).

15.4 Points per game scored in 53 games by current Cavaliers forward Ira Newble.

18 points, 16 rebounds Stats in the double-double produced by Stampede forward Jerald Honeycutt during a playoff loss.

More Factoids
8.4 - Average assists per game dished out by Rusty LaRue, tops in the league.

21 - Franchise record number of steals in a single game vs. Connecticut on March 17, 2000

5 - Current Cavs forward Ira Newble led the Stampede in five of six major statistical categories for the 99-00 season (points, rebounds, blocks, steals and minutes).

1999-00 CBA Standings
American ConferenceW-L
Rockford Lightning30-26
Grand Rapids Hoops29-27
Connecticut Pride29-27
Fort Wayne Fury26-30
National ConferenceW-L
Quad City Thunder35-21
Yakima Sun Kings33-23
Sioux Falls Skyforce30-26
La Crosse Bobcats21-35
Idaho Stampede19-37