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2001-02 Preseason

2001-02 Regular Season Transactions

Nov. 3: League
NBDL Conducts Supplemental Draft
The Roanoke Dazzle selected Lorenzo Coleman, a 7-foot-0, center from Tennessee State University ‘98, with the number one overall selection in the NBDL’s Supplemental Draft.

Nov. 2: Asheville waived Jeff Boese (Acquired by Roanoke), Brett Carey, Lorenzo Johnson, Kevin Melson, Corey Tarrant and Jaquay Walls. Asheville acquired Jeff Brower off waivers.
Columbus waived Michael Chadwick, Allen Griffin, Alvin Jefferson (Acquired by Roanoke), Max Owens and Fred Warrick.
Fayetteville waived Raphael Edwards, Nate James, Edward Johnson, Mike King, Tim Kisner, Rodney Morning and Joe White (Acquired by Huntsville). Fayetteville acquired Osiris Ricardo and Steve Hart off waivers.
Greenville waived Ian Chadwick, Pate Diene, James Griffin, Rob Griffin, Mark Karcher and Shenard Long. Greenville acquired Chris Crosby off waivers.
Huntsville waived Jeff Brower (Acquired by Asheville), Deng D’Awol, Antonio Jackson, Cedric McGinnis, Mohamed Niang and Reed Rawlings. Huntsville acquired Joe White off waivers.
Mobile waived Chris Crosby (Acquired by Greenville), Alan Barksdale, Le’ Andrew Bass, Steve Hart (Acquired by Fayetteville), Brian Jones, Maurice Linton and Osiris Ricardo (Acquired by Fayetteville). Mobile acquired Chris Bacon and Joe Brown off waivers.
North Charleston waived Chris Bacon (Acquired by Mobile), Joe Brown (Acquired by Mobile), Michael Canady, Luther Clay and Cedric Smith.
Roanoke waived Harold Deane, Cheikh Fall, Keith Friel, Ceedric Goodwyn, Charles Hathaway, Cornelius Jackson and Terry Sellers. Roanoke acquired Jeff Boese and Alvin Jefferson off waivers.

Nov. 1: League
NBDL Announces Inaugural Draft Results
The Fayetteville Patriots selected Chris Andersen, a 6-foot-10, power forward from Blinn Community College (Texas), with the number one overall selection in the NBDL’s Inaugural Draft.

Oct. 10: League
NBDL Makes Final Player Allocations
The National Basketball Development League allocated the final two players to each of the charter teams.

Oct. 3: North Charleston
Doug Marty named assistant coach of North Charleston Lowgators.

Sept. 27: Fayetteville
Fayetteville Patriots named Sam Worthen the team's assistant coach.

Sept. 25: League
NBDL Announces First Player Allocations
The National Basketball Development League allocated two players to each of the charter teams.

Sept. 18: Asheville
Michael Sanders named Asheville Altitude assistant coach.

Sept. 18: Huntsville
Huntsville Flight named Ralph Lewis the team's assistant coach.

Sept. 18: Mobile
Mobile Revelers add Dell Demps to coaching staff.

Sept. 10: Columbus
Columbus Riverdragons named Rob Werdann assistant coach.

Sept. 5: Roanoke
Harold Ellis named Roanoke Dazzle assistant coach.

Aug. 15: Greenville
Stephanie Ready, the first woman to coach in men's professional sports, named assistant coach of the Greenville Groove.

June 28: Roanoke
Kent Davison named head coach of Roanoke Dazzle.

June 27: Columbus
Jeff Malone named head coach of Columbus Riverdragons.

June 21: Asheville
Joey Meyer named head coach of Asheville Altitude.

June 11: Greenville
Milton Barnes named head coach of Greenville Groove.

May 10: Huntsville
Bob Thornton named head coach of Hunsville Flight.

May 9: Mobile
Sam Vincent named head coach of Mobile Revelers.

Mar. 20: North Charleston
Alex English named head coach of North Charleston Lowgators.

Jan. 31: Fayetteville
Nate "Tiny" Archibald named head coach for Fayetteville Patriots.



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