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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 | 2013-14

Complete Team Statistical History

In the most well-publicized call-up moment in the history of the D-League, former Stampede guard Sundiata Gaines hit a game-winning, buzzer-beating shot against the Cleveland Cavaliers, featuring MVP LeBron James, on national TV in just his fifth game with the Jazz. The three-pointer was the first in his NBA career. Gaines used the momentum of that moment to sign with the Jazz throughout that season, before signing a multi-year deal with the New Jersey Nets the next year. See the video here. The season proved to be a success for Coby Karl and Anthony Tolliver, who each got called up to the NBA. In addition, Patty Mills spent five games with the Stampede as an assignee from Portland.
Record-Setting Season
MacKinnon's Quick Pace Sets New Heights

The Idaho Stampede achieved new levels of offensive greatness in 2009-10, setting team franchise records for most points in a game, most three-pointers in a game, most threes made in a season and most rebounds per game. All of the offense stemmed from first-year Head Coach Bob MacKinnon. The highlights of the season revolved around a few call-ups, a big shot (left) and a huge game vs. Rio Grande Valley. On March 31, 2010, the Stampede ran and shot their way to a 165-153 win in overtime against the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, setting a new franchise record for points in a game.

- Portland Trail Blazers assignee Patty Mills averaged 25.6 points per game in five games with the Stampede, still a team-record for highest points per game average.

5 - Although 3 Stampede players were called up to the NBA, they were done by 5 different teams. Coby Karl was called up by Golden State and Denver, while Anthony Tolliver was called up by Portland and Golden State.

MIP! - After the year, Mildon Ambres was named D-League Most Improved Player after averaging 14.5 points and 8.1 rebounds per game.

"It was big. It was real big. You never know what's going to happen in a basketball game. That's the best thing about sports, you just never know what the outcome's going to be, and that was one of those crazy, crazy endings." - Now Former Utah Jazz guard Ronnie Price, on Sundiata Gaines' game-winning shot.

"He got the ball in a tough position but there might have been two or three guys on him and he made a hell of a shot. This place is pandemonium right now, unbelievable, unbelievable game. - Now Former Utah Jazz forward Carlos Boozer, on Gaines' game-winning shot.

2009-10 NBA D-League Standings
East ConferenceW-L
Iowa Energy37-13
Sioux Falls Skyforce32-18
Dakota Wizards29-21
Maine Red Claws27-23
Fort Wayne Mad Ants22-28
Erie BayHawks21-29
Springfield Armor7-43
West ConferenceW-L
Rio Grande Valley Vipers34-16
Austin Toros32-18
Reno Bighorns28-22
Utah Flash28-22
Tulsa 66ers27-23
Idaho Stampede25-25
Albuquerque Thunderbirds18-32
Bakersfield Jam17-33
Los Angeles D-Fenders16-34