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Apr. 17: Boston Celtics sign Fayetteville guard Omar Cook.

Apr. 9: Seattle SuperSonics sign former Greenville forward Ansu Sesay for the remainder of the season.

Apr. 1: Columbus waived forward Gabe Muoneke.
Greenville signed forward Fred Williams .

Mar. 29: Greenville forward Ansu Sesay signs 10-day contract with Seattle SuperSonics.

Mar. 26: NBDL terminates contract of Columbus center Kareem Poole for repeated violations of league policy; Columbus re-signs Johnny Phillips.

Mar. 21: NBDL has terminated the contracts of Asheville forward Stais Boseman and guard Jimmy King; and Fayetteville forward Clifton Terry effective immediately for repeated violation of league policy.
Asheville has signed guard Allen Griffin.

Mar. 18: North Charleston center Makhtar N’diaye was suspended one game without pay by the NBDL for a violation of league policy.

Mar. 15: LA Clippers signs former Columbus forward Tremaine Fowlkes for the remainder of the season.

Mar. 14: Asheville guard Scoonie Penn has been suspended for one game for throwing a punch.
Mobile waived forward Kaniel Dickens and re-signed guard Isaac Fontaine.
Columbus has signed forward John Strickland.

Mar. 12: Mobile has waived forward John Strickland and signed center David Crouse.

Mar. 11: Columbus guard Terrance "Doc" Martin has suffered a season-ending injury.

Mar. 8: Fayetteville has signed forward Scott Burrell.

Mar. 7: Mobile signed guard Lawrence Moten.
Huntsville signed Jason Dixon and released David Crouse.
Fayetteville forward Antwain Smith has suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Mar. 6: Columbus has waived guard Chris Garner and claimed guard Terrance Martin.

Mar. 5: The Los Angeles Clippers signed former Columbus forward Tremaine Fowlkes to a second 10-day contract. Fowlkes, who has started the Clippers' last 3 games, has averaged 5.8 points and 3.3 rebounds in 4 contests this season. Fowlkes signed his first 10-day contract with Los Angeles on February 23.

Mar. 3: Mobile guard Isaac Fontaine signs 10-day contract with the Memphis Grizzlies.

Mar. 1: Columbus forward Nate Johnson has been suspended one game for accumulating his sixth flagrant foul point of the season .
Asheville waived guard Johnny Hemsley .
North Charleston signed Jamal Kendrick and released C.J. Black.

Feb. 27: Columbus released center Johnny Phillips and signed forward Tang Hamilton.

Feb. 26: Roanoke waived center Kris Hunter and signed forward Johnny Taylor.

Feb. 25: Columbus claimed center Sean Daugherty.
Huntsville center Eric Chenowith has been suspended for one game without pay for an elbowing incident.

Feb. 23: Fayetteville signed Tony Harris and waived guard Joe Brown.
Tremaine Fowlkes of Columbus has signed a 10-day contract with the Los Angeles Clippers.

Feb. 22: Roanoke signed center Sah-u-Ra Brownand waived guard Danny Earl.
Greenville has signed guard Merl Code and forward Jason Williams.

Feb. 21: Utah Jazz sign guard Rusty LaRue, formerly of Asheville, for the remainder of the season.
Contracts for Greenville forward DeeAndre Hulett and guard Terrance Roberson have been terminated for violations of league policy.

Feb. 15: Fayetteville forward Mike Smith has been suspended for the remainder of the season due to an unauthorized departure from the team. Guard Joe Brown has been signed to a contract to take his place.
Columbus center Kareem Poole has been suspended for one game without pay for violating league policy.
Fayetteville has signed forward Jameel Watkins.

Feb. 13: Fayettevillecenter Darrell Johns has suffered a season-ending injury as a result of an on-court collision with teammate Terrell McIntyre.
Mobile signed forward John Strickland and waived Dwayne Schintzius.

Feb. 12: Fayetteville signed Clifton Terry.
Rusty LaRue, a former guard for Asheville, was signed to a second 10-day contract with the Utah Jazz.

Feb. 11: Mobile signed Vernon Jennings, waived Tezale Archie.
Columbus claimed Livan Pyfrom, released Sah-u-ra Brown.

Feb. 9: Asheville signed Stais Boseman.

Feb. 6: Gabe Muoneke rejoins Columbus, Riverdragons release Tes Whitlock.

Feb. 5: Fayetteville signed Tai Crutchfield and waived Danny Johnson and forward John Strickland.
Asheville signed center John Coker.
Huntsville claimed former Fresno State University guard Demetrius Porter.

Jan. 30: Fayetteville signed forward Bayonne Taty.

Jan. 29: Greenville waives guard Kenny Gregory and sign guard Donald Hand.
Asheville waived forward Edmund Saunders.

Jan. 28: Huntsville forward Shelly Clark's contract was terminated.
The New Jersey Nets re-signed Mobile guard Anthony Johnson for remainder of the season.
Rusty LaRue, a guard for Asheville, has been signed to a 10-day contract with the Utah Jazz.

Jan. 25: Greenville waived forward Brent Wright and signed forward Kimani Ffriend.
Mobile waived guard Damond Edwards and signed guard Tezale Archie.
Fayetteville waived guard Ramel “Rock” Lloyd.

Jan. 24: Columbus claims guard Tes Whitlock.

Jan. 23: Roanoke waived guard Ricky Moore and signed forward Martin Lewis.

Jan. 19: Columbus power forward Gabe Muoneke has left the team for personal reasons.

Jan. 18: Fayetteville signed forward Mike Smith.

Jan. 17: Mobile The New Jersey Nets have re-signed guard Anthony Johnson to a second 10-day contract. Johnson signed his first 10-day contract with the Nets on January 7, 2002 after playing for the Mobile Revelers in the NBDL, the NBA's minor league.

Jan. 16: Roanoke center Lorenzo Coleman underwent eye surgery today. He is listed as day-to-day.

Jan. 15: Roanoke waived forward Skip Youngblood and signed center Anthony Pelle.
Mobile signed forward Kaniel Dickens.
Fayetteville waived forward Osiris Ricardo.
NBDL suspended Greenville head coach Milton Barnes one game without pay for verbally abusing an official.

Jan. 14: Columbus trades forward George Reese to Asheville for forward Sah-u-Rah Brown.

Jan. 13: Asheville waived guard Sergio McClain and signed point guard James "Scoonie" Penn.

Jan. 12: North Charleston signed shooting guard Terry Dehere and waived Tes Whitlock.
Greenville trades center Eric Chenowith to Huntsville for forward Terrance Roberson in the second ever NBDL trade.

Jan. 10: Asheville signed forward Edmund Saunders.

Jan. 8: Fayetteville named Jeff Capel head coach after coach Nate "Tiny" Archibald resigned to join the NBA’s Community Relations department.
Roanoke signed forward/center omm'A Givens.

Jan. 7: Greenville waived guard Merl Code and sign center Thomas Hamilton.
Fayetteville waived forward Ron Kelley and signed guard Omar Cook.
Mobile: Anthony Johnson, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound guard for the Mobile Revelers, has signed a 10-day contract with the New Jersey Nets, making him the first player to sign a 10-Day Contract with an NBA team this season, and the third player “called up” to the NBA from the NBDL since the league launched on Nov. 16, 2001.

Jan. 6: Huntsville waived guard Doc Martin and claimed guard Chris Robinson.

Jan. 4: Huntsville suspends forward Shelly Clark for one game without pay.
Columbus forward Gabe Muoneke has been fined $250 for unsportsmanlike retalitory conduct.

Jan. 3: Columbus waived guard Stais Boseman and claimed guard Jeremy Veal.

Jan. 2: Roanoke waived center Thomas Hamilton.

Jan. 1: Asheville re-signed forward/center Sah-U-Ra Brown .

Dec. 31: Fayetteville signed guard, Ramel Lloyd, and waived forward Curtis Haywood.

Dec. 29: North Charleston signed guard Nate Green and released Chris Robinson.

Dec. 27: Roanoke released forward JaRon Rush and signed center Kris Hunter.

Dec. 24: Huntsville released guard Jeremy Veal and claimed former Rice University guard Michael Wilks.

Dec. 20: Mobile waived Martin Lewis and signed forward Ajani Williams.

Dec. 19: Asheville
Second NBDL Player "Called Up" to NBA
Jason Hart, a 6-foot-3 point guard for the Asheville Altitude, has signed a contract with the San Antonio Spurs, making him the second player “called up” to the NBA from the National Basketball Development League since the league launched on November 16.

Dec. 17: NBDL suspends Roanoke's JaRon Rush for one game without pay.
Huntsville trades forward John Jackson to Columbus for center David Crouse in first NBDL trade.

Dec. 14: Greenville waived Jason Miskiri and signed guard Eric Harris.
Asheville waived Sah-u-ra Brown and signed forward Tim James.
Huntsville released Walter Craft and claimed center Jason Heide.

Dec. 13: Fayetteville signed forward Antwain Smith.
Mobile signed forward Martin Lewis and waived guard Troy Rolle.

Dec. 12: Columbus waived Chris Crosby and claimed center David Crouse.

Dec. 7: Fayetteville granted Rasul Salahuddin an indefinite leave of absence due to personal reasons.
Mobile signed guard Anthony Johnson and waived Mike Wilks.

Dec. 5: Greenville waived forward Tony Christie and signed Billy Thomas.

Dec. 4: Roanoke waived center Keli Zepernick and signed Andre McCollum.

Dec. 3: Columbus waived guard Harold Arcenaux and signed Ray Tutt.

Nov. 30: Fayetteville waived forward Terquin Mott and signed guard Danny Johnson.
Mobile waived forward Jason Skaer and signed guard Troy Lester Rolle.
Asheville waived guard Tyson Patterson and signed guard Rusty LaRue.

Nov. 25: Greenville signed Kenny Gregory and Jason Miskiri and waived guards Eric Coley and Ed Daniels.

Nov. 24: Fayetteville waived Kaniel Dickens and signed Terquin Mott and John Strickland.
Columbus waived Rineo Vlijter and signed Chris Crosby.
Asheville waived forward Maurice Jeffers and signed Jason Hart.

Nov. 21: Fayetteville
First NBDL Player "Called Up" to NBA
Chris Andersen, a 6-foot-10, power forward for the Fayetteville Patriots has signed a contract with the Denver Nuggets, making him the first player "called up" to the NBA from the National Basketball Development League, the NBA's new minor league.

Nov. 14: League
NBDL Teams Make Final Opening Day Rosters
NBDL Teams trim rosters to 11 players to open the inaugural NBDL regular season.

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