The 2011-12 D-League season hasn’t started yet and the Erie BayHawks have already made three roster moves.
Fortunately for the BayHawks, the D-League increased roster moves from 10 to 12 this season.
Let’s take a look at the latest one, which may give a good indication of how things are going to be for the BayHawks being in a hybrid partnership with the New York Knicks, who led by Allan Houston is running their basketball operations.
A former star guard with the Knicks, Houston is their assistant general manager.
A day after the draft, Erie traded veteran point guard Blake Ahearn and second-round pick Taj McCullough, a small forward, to Reno for point guard Donald Sloan and its seventh-round pick, veteran forward/center Joe Kennerly III.
Let’s start with the appetizer part of the trade.