List of NBA Development League yearly standings

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These are regular season standings and playoff results for the NBA Development League (NBA D-League). The NBA D-League is the official minor league basketball organization owned and run by the National Basketball Association (NBA). The league was formed in 2001 as the National Basketball Development League (NBDL). The league adopted its current name in 2005 to reflect its close affiliation with the NBA.

2001–02[edit]

Main article: 2001–02 NBDL season
Team W L Win % GB
North Charleston Lowgators 36 20 .643
Greenville Groove 36 20 .643
Columbus Riverdragons 31 25 .554 5
Mobile Revelers 30 26 .536 6
Huntsville Flight 26 30 .464 10
Asheville Altitude 26 30 .464 10
Fayetteville Patriots 21 35 .375 15
Roanoke Dazzle 18 38 .321 18
  Semifinals
(Best-of-3)
NBDL Championship
(Best-of-3)
                 
2  Greenville 2  
3  Columbus 1  
    2  Greenville 2
  1  North Charleston 0
1  North Charleston 2
4  Mobile 1  

2002–03[edit]

Main article: 2002–03 NBDL season
Team W L Win % GB
Fayetteville Patriots 32 18 .640
North Charleston Lowgators 26 24 .520 6
Mobile Revelers 26 24 .520 6
Roanoke Dazzle 26 24 .520 6
Asheville Altitude 23 27 .460 9
Columbus Riverdragons 23 27 .460 9
Greenville Groove 22 28 .440 10
Huntsville Flight 22 28 .440 10
  Semifinals
(Best-of-3)
NBDL Championship
(Best-of-3)
                 
1  Fayetteville 2  
4  Roanoke 0  
    3  Mobile 2
  1  Fayetteville 1
3  Mobile 2
2  North Charleston 0  

2003–04[edit]

Main article: 2003–04 NBDL season
Team W L Win % GB
Asheville Altitude 28 18 .609
Charleston Lowgators 27 19 .587 1
Huntsville Flight 24 22 .522 4
Fayetteville Patriots 21 25 .457 7
Roanoke Dazzle 20 26 .435 8
Columbus Riverdragons 18 28 .391 10
  Semifinals NBDL Championship
                 
1  Asheville 116  
4  Fayetteville 111  
    1  Asheville 108
  3  Huntsville 106
3  Huntsville 108
2  Charleston 100  

2004–05[edit]

Main article: 2004–05 NBDL season
Team W L Win % GB
Columbus Riverdragons 30 16 .625
Asheville Altitude 27 21 .563 3
Huntsville Flight 27 21 .563 3
Roanoke Dazzle 26 22 .542 4
Fayetteville Patriots 17 31 .354 13
Florida Flame 17 31 .354 13
  Semifinals NBDL Championship
                 
1  Columbus 96  
4  Roanoke 89  
    2  Asheville 90
  1  Columbus 67
2  Asheville 90
3  Huntsville 86  

2005–06[edit]

Team W L Win % GB
Fort Worth Flyers 28 20 .583
Albuquerque Thunderbirds 26 22 .542 2
Florida Flame 25 23 .521 3
Roanoke Dazzle 25 23 .521 3
Arkansas RimRockers 24 24 .500 4
Austin Toros 24 24 .500 4
Tulsa 66ers 24 24 .500 4
Fayetteville Patriots 16 32 .333 12
  Semifinals D-League Championship
                 
2  Albuquerque 80  
3  Florida 71  
    2  Albuquerque 119
  1  Fort Worth 108
1  Fort Worth 87
4  Roanoke 78  

2006–07[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Notes

  • x indicates a team that had qualified for the playoffs
  • Number in parentheses indicates the team's seeding for the playoffs.

Playoffs[edit]

Three teams with the best regular season records in each division qualified for playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with single elimination format. Teams with the better regular season record holds home-court advantage in the first and second rounds, while teams with higher seed holds home-court advantage in the Finals. The division winners received a bye from the first round. The remaining teams faced each other in the first round.

  First round
(April 17–18)
Second round
(April 20–21)
D-League Championship
(April 29)
                           
        
  1  Dakota 115  
Eastern Division
    2  Sioux Falls 113  
2  Sioux Falls 128
  3  Fort Worth 105  
    E1  Dakota 129*
  W2  Colorado 121
          
        
1  Idaho 91
Western Division
    2  Colorado 94*  
2  Colorado 130
  3  Albuquerque 100  

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • An asterisk (*) denotes overtime period(s).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Finals[edit]

April 29, 2007
Colorado 14ers 121, Dakota Wizards 129 (OT)
Pts: Eugene Jeter 30 Pts: Darius Rice 52

2007–08[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Western Division[edit]

Team W L PCT GB Home Road
x-Idaho Stampede (1) 36 14 .720 21–4 15–10
x-Los Angeles D-Fenders (4) 32 18 .640 4 19–6 13–12
Utah Flash 24 26 .480 12 14–11 10–15
Anaheim Arsenal 23 27 .460 13 14–11 9–16
Bakersfield Jam 11 39 .220 25 9–16 2–23

Notes

  • x indicates a team that had qualified for the playoffs
  • Number in parentheses indicates the team's seeding for the playoffs.

Playoffs[edit]

The three division winners, along with the next three teams with the best regular season records regardless of division, qualified for the playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with single elimination format for the first two rounds and best-of-three format for the finals. Teams with the better regular season record holds home-court advantage in every rounds. The three division winners were seeded from 1 to 3 based on their regular season records, while the remaining teams were seeded from 4 to 6 based on their regular season records. The two division winners with the best regular season records received a bye from the first round. The remaining division winners faced the lowest seeded teams, while the two remaining teams faced each other.

  First round
(April 15)
Second round
(April 19–20)
D-League Championship
(April 21–25)
                           
        
  1  Idaho* 1  
    4  Los Angeles 0  
4  Los Angeles 1
  5  Colorado 0  
    1  Idaho* 2
  2  Austin* 1
          
        
2  Austin* 1
    6  Sioux Falls 0  
3  Dakota* 0
  6  Sioux Falls 1  

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • The numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round.
  • The division winners are marked by an asterisk (*).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Finals[edit]

April 21, 2008
Idaho Stampede 89, Austin Toros 95
Scoring by quarter: 26–14, 18–28, 17–26, 28–27
Pts: Cory Violette 20
Rebs: Cory Violette 14
Asts: Randy Livingston 9
Pts: Justin Bowen 25
Rebs: Darvin Ham 13
Asts: Andre Barrett 7
Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas
Attendance: 2,299
Referees:
  • #56 Haywoode Workman
  • #15 Eric Dalen
  • #34 Kevin Cutler
April 24, 2008
Austin Toros 89, Idaho Stampede 90
Scoring by quarter: 33–27, 12–22, 29–23, 15–18
Pts: Andre Barrett 27
Rebs: Ian Mahinmi 12
Asts: Andre Barrett 8
Pts: Cory Violette 19
Rebs: Jason Ellis 16
Asts: Luke Jackson 7
Qwest Arena, Boise, Idaho
Attendance: 3,659
Referees:
  • #30 Curtis Blair
  • #55 Marat Kogut
  • #58 Josh Tiven
April 25, 2008
Austin Toros 101, Idaho Stampede 108
Scoring by quarter: 22–29, 24–26, 23–26, 32–27
Pts: Andre Barrett 29
Rebs: Ian Mahinmi 15
Asts: Barrett, Ham, Johnson, Mahinmi 2 each
Pts: Mike Taylor 27
Rebs: Ellis, Violette 14 each
Asts: Luke Jackson 10
Idaho wins series, 2–1
Qwest Arena, Boise, Idaho
Attendance: 4,124
Referees:
  • #30 Curtis Blair
  • #15 Eric Dalen
  • #55 Marat Kogut

2008–09[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Western Division[edit]

Team W L PCT GB Home Road
x-Utah Flash (2) 32 18 .640 17–8 15–10
x-Idaho Stampede (5) 31 19 .620 1 20–5 11–14
x-Bakersfield Jam (8) 26 24 .520 6 16–9 10–15
Reno Bighorns 25 25 .500 7 18–7 7–18
Los Angeles D-Fenders 19 31 .380 13 11–14 8–17
Anaheim Arsenal 15 35 .300 17 9–16 6–19

Notes

  • x indicates a team that had qualified for the playoffs
  • Number in parentheses indicates the team's seeding for the playoffs.

Playoffs[edit]

The three division winners, along with the next five teams with the best regular season records regardless of division, qualified for the playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with single elimination format for the first two rounds and best-of-three format for the finals. Teams with the better regular season record holds home-court advantage in every rounds. The three division winners were seeded from 1 to 3 based on their regular season records, while the remaining teams were seeded from 4 to 8 based on their regular season records. The three division winners had to choose their opponents in the first round from among the four lowest seeded teams. The fourth seeded team would be paired with the remaining team that is not chosen as an opponent by the three division winners .

First round
(April 14–16)
Second round
(April 18–20)
Finals
(April 22–24)
                 
1 Colorado* 1
7 Erie 0
1 Colorado* 1
4 Austin 0
4 Austin 1
5 Idaho 0
1 Colorado* 2
2 Utah* 0
2 Utah* 1
8 Bakersfield 0
2 Utah* 1
6 Dakota 0
3 Iowa* 0
6 Dakota 1

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • The numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round.
  • The division winners are marked by an asterisk (*).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Finals[edit]

April 22, 2009
Colorado 14ers 136, Utah Flash 131 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 36–23, 42–38, 23–33, 21–28, OT: 14–9
Pts: Sonny Weems 28
Rebs: Josh Davis 8
Asts: Eddie Gill 8
Pts: Ronald Dupree 37
Rebs: J. R. Giddens 17
Asts: Dupree, Giddens, Kruger 4 each
McKay Events Center, Orem, Utah
Attendance: 4,058
Referees:
  • #52 James Williams
  • #51 Kane Fitzgerald
  • #58 Josh Tiven
April 24, 2009
Utah Flash 104, Colorado 14ers 123
Scoring by quarter: 24–26, 35–26, 27–36, 18–35
Pts: Almond, Kruger 18 each
Rebs: J. R. Giddens 15
Asts: Giddens, Kruger 5 each
Pts: Sonny Weems 25
Rebs: Dabbert, Davis, Gilder 7 each
Asts: Sonny Weems 7
Colorado wins series, 2–0
Broomfield Event Center, Broomfield, Colorado
Attendance: 3,059
Referees:
  • #34 Kevin Cutler
  • #36 Brent Barnaky
  • #55 Marat Kogut

2009–10[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Notes

  • x indicates a team that had qualified for the playoffs
  • Number in parentheses indicates the team's seeding for the playoffs.

Playoffs[edit]

The Eastern and Western Conference winners, along with the next six teams with the best regular season records regardless of conference, qualified for the playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with best-of-three format. Teams with the better regular season record holds home-court advantage in every rounds. The teams were seeded from 1 to 8 based on their regular season records. The top three seeds had to choose their opponents in the first round from among the four lowest seeded teams. The fourth seeded team would be paired with the remaining team that is not chosen as an opponent by the top three seeds.

First round
(April 7–13)
Second round
(April 16–21)
Finals
(April 25–27)
                 
1 Iowa* 2
7 Utah 1
1 Iowa* 1
8 Tulsa 2
4 Sioux Falls 1
8 Tulsa 2
8 Tulsa 0
2 Rio Grande Valley* 2
2 Rio Grande Valley* 2
6 Reno 1
2 Rio Grande Valley* 2
3 Austin 1
3 Austin 2
5 Dakota 1

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • The numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round.
  • The conference champions are marked by an asterisk (*).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Finals[edit]

April 25, 2010
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 124, Tulsa 66ers 107
Scoring by quarter: 27–27, 34–32, 33–21, 30–27
Pts: Mike Harris 24
Rebs: Will Conroy 16
Asts: Will Conroy 11
Pts: Larry Owens 21
Rebs: Latavious Williams 13
Asts: Wink Adams 7
Tulsa Convention Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Attendance: 5,453
Referees:
  • #58 Josh Tiven
  • #14 Nick Buchert
  • #52 James Williams
April 27, 2010
Tulsa 66ers 91, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 94
Scoring by quarter: 22–24, 21–18, 24–22, 24–30
Pts: Larry Owens 25
Rebs: Latavious Williams 8
Asts: Wink Adams 8
Pts: Mike Harris 26
Rebs: Mike Harris 16
Asts: Antonio Anderson 9
Rio Grande Valley wins series, 2–0
State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas
Attendance: 6,198
Referees:
  • #34 Kevin Cutler
  • #36 Brent Barnaky
  • #33 J. T. Orr

2010–11[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Notes

  • x indicates a team that had qualified for the playoffs
  • Number in parentheses indicates the team's seeding for the playoffs.

Playoffs[edit]

The Eastern and Western Conference winners, along with the next six teams with the best regular season records regardless of conference, qualified for the playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with best-of-three format. Teams with the better regular season record holds home-court advantage in every rounds. The teams were seeded from 1 to 8 based on their regular season records. The top three seeds had to choose their opponents in the first round from among the four lowest seeded teams. The fourth seeded team would be paired with the remaining team that is not chosen as an opponent by the top three seeds.

First round
(April 6–14)
Second round
(April 15–20)
Finals
(April 24–29)
                 
1 Iowa* 2
7 Utah 1
1 Iowa* 2
4 Tulsa 0
4 Tulsa 2
8 Texas 0
1 Iowa* 2
3 Rio Grande Valley 1
2 Reno* 2
5 Erie 1
2 Reno* 0
3 Rio Grande Valley 2
3 Rio Grande Valley 2
6 Bakersfield 1

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • The numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round.
  • The conference champions are marked by an asterisk (*).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Finals[edit]

April 24, 2011
8:00 p.m. ET
Iowa Energy 123, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 106
Scoring by quarter: 28–37, 31–26, 36–29, 35–34
Pts: Curtis Stinson 29
Rebs: Curtis Stinson 10
Asts: Hannah, Stinson 10 each
Pts: Mouhammad Faye 22
Rebs: Mouhammad Faye 9
Asts: Terrel Harris 6
State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas
Attendance: 4,096
Referees:
  • #40 J. T. Orr
  • #32 Tre Maddox
  • #43 Kevin Scott
April 27, 2011
8:00 p.m. ET
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 141, Iowa Energy 122
Scoring by quarter: 27–29, 38–34, 41–24, 35–35
Pts: Jerel McNeal 37
Rebs: Mouhammad Faye 12
Asts: Jerel McNeal 8
Pts: Moses Ehambe 33
Rebs: Curtis Stinson 10
Asts: Curtis Stinson 12
Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa
Attendance: 14,036
Referees:
  • #17 Scott Twardoski
  • #31 Karl Lane
  • #12 Scott Bolnick
April 29, 2011
8:00 p.m. ET
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 111, Iowa Energy 119
Scoring by quarter: 39–34, 22–28, 27–19, 23–38
Pts: Jerel McNeal 29
Rebs: Jerel McNeal 11
Asts: Jerel McNeal 6
Pts: Stefhon Hannah 31
Rebs: Stanley Robinson 11
Asts: Curtis Stinson 4
Iowa wins series, 2–1
Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa
Attendance: 9,054
Referees:
  • #31 Karl Lane
  • #32 Tre Maddox
  • #40 J. T. Orr

2011–12[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Notes

  • x indicates teams that have qualified for the playoff

Playoffs[edit]

The Eastern and Western Conference winners, along with the next six teams with the best regular season records regardless of conference, qualified for the playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with best-of-three format. Teams with the better regular season record holds home-court advantage in every rounds. The teams were seeded from 1 to 8 based on their regular season records. The top three seeds had to choose their opponents in the first round from among the four lowest seeded teams. The fourth seeded team would be paired with the remaining team that is not chosen as an opponent by the top three seeds.

First round
(April 11–16)
Second round
(April 19–22)
Finals
(April 24–28)
                 
1 Los Angeles* 2
8 Iowa 0
1 Los Angeles* 2
6 Bakersfield 0
4 Dakota 0
6 Bakersfield 2
1 Los Angeles* 1
3 Austin 2
2 Springfield* 1
7 Canton 2
7 Canton 1
3 Austin 2
3 Austin 2
5 Erie 1

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • The numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round.
  • The conference champions are marked by an asterisk (*).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Finals[edit]

April 24, 2012
8:30 p.m. ET
Los Angeles D-Fenders 109, Austin Toros 101 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 19–18, 20–24, 25–24, 29–27
Pts: Elijah Millsap 33
Rebs: Malcolm Thomas 25
Asts: Orien Greene, Mardy Collins, Malcolm Thomas 3 each
Pts: Terrance Woodbury 23
Rebs: Woodbury 11
Asts: Cory Joseph 8
Cedar Park Center, Cedar Park, Texas
Attendance: 3,621
Referees:
  • #13 Steve Anderson
  • #37 Matt Myers
  • #57 Don Hudson
  • #11 Lauren Holtkamp
April 26, 2012
10:00 p.m. ET
Austin Toros 113, Los Angeles D-Fenders 94
Scoring by quarter: 30–15, 19–23, 30–20, 34–36
Pts: Julian Wright, Justin Dentmon 26 each
Rebs: Wright 11
Asts: Justin Dentmon, Brad Wanamaker 5 each
Pts: Malcolm Thomas 18
Rebs: Thomas 14
Asts: Orien Greene 6
Toyota Sports Center, El Segundo, California
Attendance: 350
Referees:
  • #63 Ben Taylor
  • #12 Scott Bolnick
  • #20 Sir Allen Conner
  • #26 Brett Nansel
April 28, 2012
9:30 p.m. ET
Austin Toros 122, Los Angeles D-Fenders 110
Scoring by quarter: 37–31, 30–29, 27–28, 28–22
Pts: Justin Dentmon 30
Rebs: Eric Dawson 10
Asts: Dentmon, Brad Wanamaker, Carldell Johnson 5 each
Pts: Mardy Collins 31
Rebs: Malcolm Thomas 11
Asts: Mardy Collins 6
Austin wins series, 2–1
Toyota Sports Center, El Segundo, California
Attendance: 400
Referees:
  • #13 Steve Anderson
  • #39 C.J. Washington
  • #63 Ben Taylor
  • #26 Brent Nansal

2012–13[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Western Conference[edit]

Team W L PCT GB Home Road
x-Bakersfield Jam (1) 36 14 .720 21–4 17–8
x-Santa Cruz Warriors (3) 32 18 .640 4.0 19–6 13–12
Los Angeles D-Fenders 19 31 .380 17.0 13-12 6–19
Idaho Stampede 19 31 .380 17.0 10–15 9–16
Reno Bighorns 16 34 .320 20.0 11–14 5–20

Notes

  • x indicates teams that have qualified for the playoff

Playoffs[edit]

The three conference winners, along with the next five teams with the best regular season records regardless of conference, qualified for the playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with best-of-three format. Teams with the better regular season record holds home-court advantage in every rounds. The teams were seeded from 1 to 8 based on their regular season records. The top three seeds had to choose their opponents in the first round from among the four lowest seeded teams. The fourth seeded team would be paired with the remaining team that is not chosen as an opponent by the top three seeds.

First round
(April 10–13)
Second round
(April 17–21)
Finals
(April 25–29)
                 
1 Bakersfield* 0
6 Austin 2
6 Austin 0
3 Santa Cruz* 2
3 Santa Cruz 2
5 Fort Wayne 0
3 Santa Cruz 0
2 Rio Grande* 2
2 Rio Grande* 2
8 Maine 0
2 Rio Grande 2
7 Tulsa 0
4 Canton 1
7 Tulsa 2

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • The numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round.
  • The conference champions are marked by an asterisk (*).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Finals[edit]

April 25, 2013
9:30 p.m. ET
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 112, Santa Cruz Warriors 102
Scoring by quarter: 24–31, 30–26, 28–28, 30–17
Pts: Glen Rice, Jr. 33
Rebs: Rice, Daniels, Murry 10
Asts: Toure Murry 10
Pts: Travis Leslie 19
Rebs: Lance Goulbourne 8
Asts: Stefhon Hannah 5
Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, California
Attendance: 2,505
Referees:
  • #13 Steve Anderson
  • #20 Sir Allen Conner
  • #42 Brenda Pantoja
  • #26 Brett Nansel
April 27, 2013
8 p.m. ET
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 102, Santa Cruz Warriors 91
Scoring by quarter: 23-14, 33-27, 17-26, 29-24
Pts: D.J. Kennedy 27
Rebs: Glen Rice, Jr. 13
Asts: D.J. Kennedy 6
Pts: Travis Leslie, Scott Machado 16
Rebs: Lance Goulbourne 8
Asts: Maurice Baker 6
Rio Grande Valley wins, 2-0
State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas
Attendance: 6,132
Referees:
  • #12 Scott Bolnick
  • #39 CJ Washington
  • #63 Ben Taylor

2013–14[edit]

Regular season[edit]

West Division[edit]

Team W L PCT GB Home Road
x-Los Angeles D-Fenders (2) 31 19 .620 - 17-8 14–11
x-Santa Cruz Warriors (6) 29 21 .580 2.0 16–9 13–12
x-Reno Bighorns (8) 27 23 .540 4.0 15–10 12–13
Idaho Stampede 24 26 .480 7.0 13–12 11–14
Bakersfield Jam 24 26 .480 7.0 13–12 11–14
  • Idaho won the season series against Bakersfield, 3-2.

Notes

  • x indicates teams that have qualified for the playoffs with seeding in (parentheses).
  • If Los Angeles had not been involved in a three-way tie with Iowa and Sioux Falls, Iowa still would have won the Central Division championship. Iowa and Sioux Falls split their regular-season series, 3-3. Iowa was 13-14 (.481) against opponents with records of .500 or better compared with Sioux Falls's record of 12-13 (.480) in such games. If Sioux Falls had not been involved in a three-way tie with Iowa and Los Angeles, or if the league broke ties within divisions before interdivisional ties, Iowa would have been the #2 seed based on head-to-head record against Los Angeles, since Iowa won the only game the teams played.
  • If the league broke ties for non-playoff teams in the same way as it does to determine playoff seeding, the tie among Texas, Tulsa, Idaho and Bakersfield would have been broken using a multiple-team tiebreaker by considering the teams' records in games they played against one another. Tulsa was 5-4 (.556), Bakersfield was 6-5 (.545), Idaho was 5-5 (.500) and Texas was 6-8 (.429) in such games. This would have given Tulsa fourth place in the Central Division, Bakersfield fourth place in the West Division, Idaho last place in the West Division and Texas fifth place in the Central Division.

Playoffs[edit]

The three division winners, along with the next five teams with the best regular-season records regardless of division qualified for the playoffs. The playoffs consist of three rounds with a best-of-three format. Teams with the better regular-season record hold home-court advantage in each round but play Game 1 on the road and Games 2 and 3 (if necessary) at home. The teams were seeded from 1 to 8 based on their regular-season records. Division winners were not given any special consideration in the seeding and could be the #8 seed. The three division winners, which may or may not be the three top seeds, had to choose their opponents in the first round from among the four lowest seeded wild-card teams. The top-seeded wild-card team was paired with the remaining team that was not chosen as an opponent by the three division winners. The two division winners which are not the top seed were placed in the lower half of the bracket which meant they would meet in the semifinals should they both advance. This would also result in the top two seeds meeting in the semifinals if they were from the same division and both advanced.

Quarterfinals
(April 8–15)
Semifinals
(April 17–21)
Finals
(April 24–28)
                 
1 Fort Wayne* 2
8 Reno 0
1 Fort Wayne* 2
4 Sioux Falls 0
4 Sioux Falls 2
7 Canton 1
1 Fort Wayne* 2
6 Santa Cruz 0
2 Los Angeles* 0
6 Santa Cruz 2
6 Santa Cruz 2
5 Rio Grande Valley 1
3 Iowa* 1
5 Rio Grande Valley 2

Notes

  • The numbers to the left of each team indicate the team's seeding.
  • The numbers to the right indicate the number of games the team won in that round.
  • The division champions are marked by an asterisk (*).
  • Teams in bold advanced to the next round.
  • Teams in italics have home-court advantage in that round.

Quarterfinals[edit]

April 8, 2014
8:00 p.m. ET
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 146, Iowa Energy 135
Scoring by quarter: 38–38, 40–33, 36–29, 32–35
Pts: Darius Morris 29
Rebs: Dario Hunt 10
Asts: Darius Morris 11
Pts: Patrick Christopher 32
Rebs: Jackie Carmichael 10
Asts: Curtis Stinson 8
State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas
Attendance: 4,130
Referees:
  • #20 Sir Allen Conner
  • #11 Lauren Holtkamp
  • #29 Jaston Carter
April 10, 2014
7:00 p.m. ET
Canton Charge 99, Sioux Falls Skyforce 86
Scoring by quarter: 26–28, 24–20, 19–21, 30–17
Pts: Shane Edwards 29
Rebs: Arinze Onuaku 19
Asts: Will Cherry 9
Pts: Craig Smith 24
Rebs: Liggins, Oriakhi 5
Asts: Tre Kelley 5
Canton Memorial Civic Center, Canton, Ohio
Attendance: 2,875
Referees:
  • #33 Justin Van Duyne
  • #62 Jeff Wooten
  • #12 Scott Bolnick
April 10, 2014
9:30 p.m. ET
Santa Cruz Warriors 140, Los Angeles D-Fenders 127
Scoring by quarter: 32–38, 27–33, 39–28, 42–28
Pts: Seth Curry 44
Rebs: Lance Goulbourne 18
Asts: Seth Curry 7
Pts: Terrence Williams 27
Rebs: S. Williams, Hyman 8
Asts: Terrence Williams 7
Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, California
Attendance: 2,000
Referees:
  • #37 Matt Myers
  • #25 Brett Nansel
  • #20 Sir Alllen Conner
April 11, 2014
5:00 p.m. ET
Fort Wayne Mad Ants 97, Reno Bighorns 96
Scoring by quarter: 21–25, 27–21, 23–25, 26–25
Pts: Matt Bouldin 20
Rebs: Sadiel Rojas 11
Asts: Matt Bouldin 5
Pts: Mo Charlo 22
Rebs: Willie Reed 9
Asts: Walker Russell, Jr. 8
Reno Events Center, Reno, Nevada
Attendance: 1,586
Referees:
  • #30 Mitchell Ervin
  • #22 Tyler Ford
  • #53 Josue Nieves
April 12, 2014
1:00 p.m. ET
Iowa Energy 145, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 142 (OT)
Scoring by quarter: 32–40, 30–29, 42–42, 37–30, OT: 4-1
Pts: Patrick Christopher 34
Rebs: Curtis Stinson 14
Asts: Curtis Stinson 8
Pts: Darius Morris 51
Rebs: Dario Hunt 14
Asts: Darius Morris 18
Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa
Attendance: 3,236
Referees:
  • #66 Dedric Taylor
  • #60 Charles Watson
  • #67 Ray Acosta
April 12, 2014
8:00 p.m. ET
Sioux Falls Skyforce 86, Canton Charge 82
Scoring by quarter: 22–18, 24–26, 19–19, 21–19
Pts: DeAndre Liggins 21
Rebs: DeAndre Liggins 9
Asts: Tre Kelley 7
Pts: Antoine Agudio 16
Rebs: Arinze Onuaku 12
Asts: Will Cherry 4
Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Attendance: 2,374
Referees:
  • #57 Don Hudson
  • #48 Vladimir Voyard-Tadal
  • #54 Jason Goldenberg
April 12, 2014
9:30 p.m. ET
Santa Cruz Warriors 138, Los Angeles D-Fenders 126
Scoring by quarter: 24–33, 40–25, 44–34, 30–34
Pts: Cameron Jones 33
Rebs: Ognjen Kuzmić 18
Asts: Nwaelele, Goulbourne 5
Pts: Brandon Costner 39
Rebs: Shawne Williams 12
Asts: Josh Magette 7
Santa Cruz wins, 2-0
Toyota Sports Center, El Segundo, California
Attendance: 400
Referees:
  • #11 Lauren Holtkamp
  • #24 Deldre Carr
  • #47 Garrick Shannon
April 13, 2014
7:00 p.m. ET
Fort Wayne Mad Ants 115, Reno Bighorns 93
Scoring by quarter: 20–24, 30–22, 21–22, 44–25
Pts: Tony Mitchell 21
Rebs: Frisby, Ohlbrecht 11
Asts: Matt Bouldin 9
Pts: Trent Lockett 20
Rebs: Reed, B. Davis 8
Asts: Walker Russell, Jr. 4
Fort Wayne wins, 2-0
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Attendance: 1,976
Referees:
  • #12 Scott Bolnick
  • #38 Greg Danridge
  • #39 CJ Washington
April 14, 2014
8:00 p.m. ET
Sioux Falls Skyforce 105, Canton Charge 98
Scoring by quarter: 21–27, 24–20, 25–31, 35–20
Pts: Tre Kelley 26
Rebs: DeAndre Liggins 6
Asts: DeAndre Liggins 7
Pts: Agudio, Cherry 21
Rebs: Arinze Onuaku 14
Asts: Will Cherry 12
Sioux Falls wins, 2-1
Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Attendance: 2,534
Referees:
  • #66 Dedric Taylor
  • #22 Tyler Ford
  • #26 Brett Nansel
April 14, 2014
8:00 p.m. ET
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 131, Iowa Energy 126
Scoring by quarter: 32–32, 31–32, 35–29, 33–33
Pts: Darius Morris 36
Rebs: Covington, Hagins 9
Asts: Darius Morris 8
Pts: Patrick Christopher 35
Rebs: Moses Ehambe 9
Asts: Curtis Stinson 8
Rio Grande Valley wins, 2-1
Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa
Attendance: 4,637
Referees:
  • #57 Don Hudson
  • #30 Mitchell Ervin
  • #54 Jason Goldenberg

Semifinals[edit]

April 17, 2014
8:00 p.m. ET
Fort Wayne Mad Ants 113, Sioux Falls Skyforce 111
Scoring by quarter: 24–28, 34–29, 21–34, 34–20
Pts: Sadiel Rojas 20
Rebs: Chris Porter 7
Asts: Tony Mitchell 7
Pts: Henry Walker 24
Rebs: DeAndre Liggins 13
Asts: Tre Kelley 10
Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Attendance: 2,701
Referees:
  • #33 Justin Van Duyne
  • #39 CJ Washington
  • #62 Jeff Wooten
April 17, 2014
9:30 p.m. ET
Santa Cruz Warriors 135, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 104
Scoring by quarter: 41–23, 32–29, 28–29, 34–23
Pts: Cameron Jones 24
Rebs: Ognjen Kuzmić 18
Asts: Lance Goulbourne 8
Pts: Isaiah Canaan 25
Rebs: Dario Hunt 9
Asts: Darius Morris 8
Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, California
Attendance: 2,544
Referees:
  • #11 Lauren Holtkamp
  • #12 Scott Bolnick
  • #22 Tyler Ford
April 19, 2014
7:30 p.m. ET
Fort Wayne Mad Ants 126, Sioux Falls Skyforce 118
Scoring by quarter: 36–20, 43–30, 16–30, 31–38
Pts: Ron Howard 25
Rebs: Sadiel Rojas 12
Asts: Matt Bouldin 8
Pts: Craig Smith 20
Rebs: Craig Smith 9
Asts: Tre Kelley 10
Fort Wayne wins, 2-0
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Attendance: 2,812
Referees:
  • #30 Mitchell Ervin
  • #54 Jason Goldenberg
  • #20 Sir Allen Conner
  • #60 Charles Watson
April 19, 2014
8:00 p.m. ET
Rio Grande Valley Vipers 136, Santa Cruz Warriors 113
Scoring by quarter: 28–28, 35–31, 37–20, 36–34
Pts: Isaiah Canaan 43
Rebs: Covington, Hagins 12
Asts: Darius Morris 10
Pts: Mychel Thompson 22
Rebs: Kevin Kotzur 10
Asts: C. Jones, Gardner 8
State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas
Attendance: 4,670
Referees:
  • #26 Brett Nansel
  • #39 CJ Washington
  • #66 Dedric Taylor
April 21, 2014
8:00 p.m. ET
Santa Cruz Warriors 147, Rio Grande Valley Vipers 128
Scoring by quarter: 36–23, 37–38, 37–34, 37–33
Pts: Lance Goulbourne 29
Rebs: Lance Goulbourne 14
Asts: Seth Curry 8
Pts: Isaiah Canaan 35
Rebs: Tony Bishop 9
Asts: Darius Morris 6
Santa Cruz wins, 2-1
State Farm Arena, Hidalgo, Texas
Attendance: 4,123
Referees:
  • #57 Don Hudson
  • #33 Justin Van Duyne
  • #30 Mitchell Ervin
  • #39 CJ Washington

Finals[edit]

April 24, 2014
9:30 p.m. ET
Fort Wayne Mad Ants 102, Santa Cruz Warriors 92
Scoring by quarter: 31–23, 28–28, 15–22, 28–19
Pts: Tony Mitchell 25
Rebs: Sadiel Rojas 11
Asts: Ron Howard 8
Pts: Cameron Jones 24
Rebs: Lance Goulbourne 11
Asts: Curry, Gardner 3
Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, California
Attendance: 2,544
Referees:
  • #11 Lauren Holtkamp
  • #39 CJ Washington
  • #66 Dedric Taylor
April 26, 2014
7:30 p.m. ET
Fort Wayne Mad Ants 119, Santa Cruz Warriors 113
Scoring by quarter: 27–27, 38–21, 26–32, 28–33
Pts: Tony Mitchell 32
Rebs: Sadiel Rojas 10
Asts: Ron Howard 6
Pts: Seth Curry 29
Rebs: Lance Goulbourne 14
Asts: Cameron Jones 6
Fort Wayne wins, 2-0
Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Attendance: 4,719
Referees:
  • #33 Justin Van Duyne
  • #12 Scott Bolnick
  • #60 Charles Watson
  • #30 Mitchell Ervin

2014–15[edit]

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