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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

Justin Holiday did it all for the Stampede, leading the team in scoring and blocked shots, while also leading the league in steals per game and setting a new Stamepde individual season record for steals with 114. Holiday turned his abilities into a GATORADE call-up on April 1, 2013.
Holiday leads the way for Idaho
Brother of NBA All-Star produces

The Idaho Stampede were a big story in Boise, Idaho and the Pacific Northwest, as the team became the hybrid single-affiliate of the Portland Trail Blazers in the summer of 2012. The team's basketball operations became controlled by the Portland Trail Blazers, leading to great games and players, like Justin Holiday, Sean Evans, Carlon Brown and Josh Owens. Long-time veterans Coby Karl and Jason Ellis also joined the team, producing a great product for all fans to enjoy.

114 - Justin Holiday became a defensive stud, leading the league in steals per game, making 114 thefts during the year in 47 games.

4 - 4 Portland Trail Blazer players were assigned to the Stampede during 2012-13: Will Barton, Victor Claver, Joel Freeland and Nolan Smith.

2nd - The Idaho Stampede saw two participants come in 2nd place during the BOOST Mobile All-Star Weekend: Josh Owens got 2nd in the dunk contest, while Holiday took 2nd in the 3-point contest.

4 (v 2.0) - Justin Harper made a 4-point play with 16.1 seconds left to help the Idaho Stampede beat the Austin Toros on January 3, 2013 in a thriller.

“I'd like to thank you all, the fans, the organization, everybody who came out to support us. You all made it fun and I enjoyed my time here and thank you guys for the opportunity." - Justin Holiday, after hearing he was called up to the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers.

“For me to get out of the TV booth and on the floor and help the guys in a classroom setting, help them become professional basketball players, after my 15-year career, I really enjoy it." - Assistant Coach Scott Williams on his role on the team's coaching staff.

"Education is the most important thing there is." - Head Coach Mike Peck on the KeyBank Read to Achieve program.

2012-13 NBA D-League Standings
Central ConferenceW-L
Rio Grande Valley Vipers35-15
Austin Toros27-23
Tulsa 66ers27-23
Sioux Falls Skyforce25-25
Texas Legends21-29
Iowa Energy14-36
East ConferenceW-L
Canton Charge30-20
Fort Wayne Mad Ants27-23
Maine Red Claws26-24
Erie BayHawks26-24
Springfield Armor18-32
West ConferenceW-L
Bakersfield Jam36-14
Santa Cruz Warriors32-18
Los Angeles D-Fenders21-29
Idaho Stampede19-31
Reno Bighorns16-34