Year in review: How players with local ties fared in the NBA, D-League

While the NBA playoffs are still in progress, the season has come to an end for all the players with local ties.

Some players had productive seasons with important contributions on good teams, while others tried to adjust to new surroundings, new teammates and a completely new style of basketball in their first year of pro basketball. There were also plenty of ups and downs, including record-setting scoring nights, trades and serious injuries.

Here is a look how the NBA and D-League players with local ties performed during the regular season and in the playoffs.

Andrew Bogut, Utah

Dallas Mavericks, Philadelphia 76ers, Cleveland Cavaliers


Bogut began the season with the Dallas Mavericks where he was in and out of the lineup because of injuries, but still managed to be a solid contributor before he was moved at the trade deadline to the Philadelphia 76ers. After he was waived by the 76ers, he joined the Cleveland Cavaliers, but made just one appearance before he suffered a season-ending injury. One of his best showings was in a 25-point win over the Chicago Bulls when he scored eight points on 4 for 4 shooting from the floor and added 11 rebounds, two steals and an assist in 21:54 minutes of play.

In 26 games with the Mavericks, he averaged 3.0 points on 46.9 percent shooting with 8.4 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.0 blocks in 22.4 minutes.

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