One reason the Springfield Armor are doing so well this season is its chemistry. The Armor have had less roster turnover than any D-League team. Now, as they begin their playoff push, they'll have Dennis Horner back. Horner told Andy Vasquez Sunday that the Nets will not renew his current 10-day contract.
"I’d rather be here," Horner said. "But it’s definitely going to be great for us as a team. … Hopefully we can get some playoff wins." The Armor play the Canton Charge in the first round best-of-three series Friday and have the overall #2 seeding in the playoffs. The Nets are hoping the Armor win the D-League and are unlikely to disturb their roster. The Nets have 14 players currently, but only 11 healthy bodies.
- Nets Notes: Dennis Horner back to D-League - Andy Vasquez - The Record
Springfield Armor head into NBA D League playoffs as No. 2 seed - Jeff Thomas - Springfield Republican