The D-League had a record 50 players called up to the NBA this season, the league announced Tuesday.
The D-League also set a record with 64 NBA player assignments.
The records are pleasant news for the D-League but not surprising given the abbreviated NBA training camps and the proliferation of injuries in this truncated 66-game season. The previous records were 40 call-ups in the 2009-10 season and 56 assignments in the 2010-11 campaign.
All 30 NBA teams currently have at least one player who played in the D-League. The NBA has a total of 108 players with D-League experience, or roughly 25 percent of the entire NBA roster.
Among the players with D-League experience who made their mark in the NBA this season were Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks, Gerald Green of the New Jersey Nets, Ramon Sessions of the Los Angeles Lakers and C.J. Watson of the Chicago Bulls.
The D-League also cleared 1 million in attendance for the third straight season, drawing 1,055,239 fans.
The D-League playoffs begin Wednesday.