When the Dakota Wizards traded for Edwin Ubiles, they felt they were getting a special player. That decision was validated one more time when Ubiles was named to the D-League’s first-team on Wednesday.
Dakota Wizards head coach Nate Bjorkgren praised Stefhon Hannah as being perhaps the best on-ball defender in the D-League.
“Cecilia, you’re breaking my heart ...”
The Dakota Wizards’ 2011-12 season was overshadowed by the question of the team’s future in Bismarck. But there were plenty of noteworthy developments on the basketball side during what was apparently the team’s final season here.
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What could be more fitting than having the outcome of the Dakota Wizards’ final game in Bismarck in the hands of Renaldo Major and Maurice Baker?
Maurice Baker and Renaldo Major will go head-to-head when the Dakota Wizards take on the Bakersfield Jam today in the D-League playoffs. But there will be another one of the franchise’s greatest players involved in the festivities for what could be the Wizards’ final game in Bismarck.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — The Dakota Wizards could be making their last stand in Bismarck.
Two years ago, the Iowa Energy was hosting an open tryout for a couple of hundred players in the Chicago suburbs. Just when the Energy coaching staff was ready to get things started, three players burst in.
Maurice Baker said that he and long-time Dakota Wizards teammate Renaldo Major wanted to give the fans in Bismarck one more Mo and Renaldo show.
The Dakota Wizards’ proposed move to California is closer to becoming reality.
The Dakota Wizards will be going to California — whether the franchise moves or not.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — All Dakota needed Saturday night was a win or a Springfield loss and the Wizards would win the East Conference.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. — The Dakota Wizards’ drive to the Eastern Conference championship took another big step forward Friday.
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While Dakota Wizards fans are preoccupied with the news of the team’s impending move to Santa Cruz, Calif., the Wizards themselves have more immediate concerns — namely winning a conference title.