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Just after the 2011-12 Stampede season finished, starting center Mikki Moore was called up to the NBA by the Golden State Warriors. Moore, a 12-year NBA veteran, reached his goal of making it back to the NBA, and while there, he averaged 3.4 points and 3.1 rebounds in seven games.
Moore Becomes First Call-Up in 2 YearsVeterans Walker, Moore, Banks lead way
The Idaho Stampede started off the year 0-3 before getting back to 4-4, in a season in which they did not make the playoffs. The Stampede were led by a handful of NBA veterans, including Antoine Walker, Mikki Moore and Marcus Banks. Young talent like Paul Carter and Reggie Larry also aided the team, which finished on a three-game winning streak, including a dramatic 97-96 win against rival Bakersfield on the final day of the season with a buzzer-beating shot from Carter.
557/893/348 - NBA veterans made up a big part of the Stampede roster in 2011-12. Before the season, Mikki Moore had played 557 NBA games, Antoine Walker had played 893 and Marcus Banks played 348.
3 - Portland Trail Blazer assigned player Luke Babbitt played just 3 games with the Stampede, but poured in 63 total points, including 35 in a game against the Bakersfield Jam.
4.9 - The Idaho Stampede held opponents to 4.9 fewer points per game at home than on the road.
132 - Point guard Marcus Banks shot 132 free throws (made 112) in his 19 game, establishing a team-high in free throw attempts for a Stampede player in 2011-12.
“We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors." - Steve Brandes, Stampede President and GM, on the retirement of Antoine Walker immediately after the 2011-12 season.
“Randy is part of the family." - Managing Investor Bill Ilett on Head Coach Randy Livingston.
"Coaching is the best thing ever for me." - Head Coach Randy Livingston on his second season with the Idaho Stampede.
"Everybody thinks they're going to the NBA, but the thing is you have to do the little things." - Head Coach Randy Livingston.
"That's my slogan: I get paid to make shots." - Tony Bobbitt on his role after scoring 11 late points in a dramatic win against the Los Angeles D-Fenders on Jan. 13, 2012.
2011-12 NBA D-League Standings