Last Season: 11.7 PPG, 4.4 ASG, 2.8 RPG, 44% FG, 38% 3FG with the Charlotte Hornets
Lin suited up for only one game with the BayHawks but it certainly foreshadowed the Linsanity to come. He posted a triple-double behind 28 points (9-of-17), 11 rebounds, and 12 assists against the Maine Red Claws in leading the BayHawks to victory, 122-113.
Last Season: 6.8 PPG, 1.5 ASG, 1.4 RPG, 45% FG, 45% 3FG with the Sacramento Kings
Curry signed a two-year deal worth just under $2M with the Sacramento Kings following a successful 2014-15 campaign with the BayHawks that saw the guard average 23.8 points. Curry was lights out from behind the arc with Erie, shooting 47% while playing in 43 games.
Last Season: 7.3 PPG, 1.8 ASG, 2.7 RPG, 40% FG, 35% 3FG with the Washington Wizards
In 15 games with the BayHawks, Temple averaged just under 15 points-per-game. Temple found some success with Erie, signing two 10-day contracts during the 2010-11 season, but it wasn’t until the following season that he stuck on with an NBA team. Temple has become a crucial role player for the Washington Wizards after signing a two-year, $2M dollar deal.
Last Season: 7.0 PPG, 4.4 ASG, 2.8 RPG, 44% FG, 38% 3FG with the Brooklyn Nets
Sloan played in nine games with the BayHawks during the Cleveland Cavaliers affiliation. He was exceptionally efficient – putting up 20.6 points on 50% shooting while dishing out 6.7 assists per game. His stellar game management earned him three NBA call-ups while with the BayHawks (Cleveland Cavaliers, New Orleans Pelicans, & Atlanta Hawks).
Last Season: 7.2 PPG, 1.8 ASG, 3.8 RPG, 38% FG, 33% 3FG with the San Antonio Spurs
Danny Green put on the BayHawks uniform just twice but found his stroke from behind the line, shooting 50% from three. His sharp shooting led to 25.5 points per game. Green also snatched 5.5 rebounds before Cleveland Cavaliers noticed his potential and recalled him to the NBA.
Last Season: 5.0 PPG, 0.8 ASG, 3.5 RPG, 36% FG, 40% 3FG with the Cleveland Cavaliers (preseason)
Daye joined the BayHawks after being waived by the San Antonio Spurs in the 2014-15 season. He immediately proved to be a standout player in the D-League, averaging 16 points, 7 rebounds, and 2.5 rebounds per game. His strong play was awarded with a multi-year deal from the Atlanta Hawks after just nine games with Erie.
Solomon Alabi (TOR)
Chris Copeland (NYK)
Branden Dawson (LAC)
Dewayne Dedmon (ORL)
Christian Eyenga (CLE)
Danny Green (CLE)
Aaron Harrison (CHA)
Darnell Jackson (CLE)
Jerome Jordan (NYK)
Jeremy Lin (NYK)
Devyn Marble (ORL)
Adreian Payne (MIN)
Marvin Phillips, Jr.
Samardo Samuels (CLE)
Chris Smith (NYK)
Lenzelle Smith, Jr.
Amar’e Stoudemire (NYK)
Jeremy Tyler (NYK)
James White (NYK)