With the 2010-11' NBA season's midpoint right around the corner, there has already been a bevy of players that have been sent down to the D-league (NBDL), such as rookie PG Jeremy Lin, rookie center Garret Siler, Terrence Williams, Oklahoma City Thunder rookie center Cole Aldrich, and the Lakers' rookie small forward Devin Ebanks.
Some players have already fought their way back to the NBA, while others still remain in the NBDL developing their talents.
Sending rookie's down to the D-league to further develop has now become a very popular move across the NBA, which may make teams like the Philadelphia 76ers contemplate the possibility of sending their top draft pick, Evan Turner, on a short stint in the NBDL.
The following slides present 16 players that could use a trip to the D-League.
*Stats are compiled from ESPN and are as of 1/7/11