View Full Version : a good reason to see a flyers game

01-19-2006, 07:02 PM
PORTLAND, Ore., January 15 - The Portland Trail Blazers assigned rookies Martell Webster and Sergei Monia to the Fort Worth Flyers of the NBA Development League today.

Both players were inactive for Sunday's game against Cleveland at the Rose Garden.

Monia, 22, has started in 15 games for the Trail Blazers this season, playing both the guard and forward positions in his first NBA season out of Russia. The Trail Blazers' first round selection (23rd overall) in the 2004 NBA Draft, Monia is averaging 3.3 points and 2.2 rebounds through 23 games.

Webster, 19, joined the Trail Blazers as the team's first round pick (sixth overall) and the No. 1 overall high school selection in the 2005 NBA Draft. Webster has started in seven of 28 games played this season and is scoring 4.2 points per game, while grabbing 1.1 rebound per outing.

Fort Worth (10-9) is the Developmental League affiliate of Portland, Dallas, Golden State and the L.A. Lakers.

Webster and Monia are the 15th and 16th NBA players to be assigned to a D-League affiliate this season, the second and third to the Flyers. They will join Dallas' Rawle Marshall in Fort Worth.

That is cool go to a flyers game and see rawle play along side the 6th pick of the draft

01-19-2006, 07:31 PM
Around the NBA section?

I was hoping for some more Rawle Marshall news.