Courtesy: Tim Fitzgerald/CMU Athletics
Randall Selected in NBA Development League Draft
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. – Former Central Michigan guard Kyle Randall was selected by the Fort Wayne Mad Ants with the 13th pick in the 4th round of the 2013 NBA Development League Draft on Friday evening.

In 2012, his lone season as a Chippewa, Randall was the Mid-American Conference's leading scorer at 18.3 points per game and was voted to the All-MAC and to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division I All-District Second Teams. He also ranked among the league leaders in assists (12th), free throw percentage (2nd), three-point field goals (7th) and minutes played (2nd).

This summer, Randall received valuable playing experience against pro-level competition, appearing in three games for the Sacramento Kings' NBA summer league squad.

Randall will join NBA affiliate, returning and local tryout players at the Mad Ants’ training camp, which begins on November 7.

Rosters will be reduced from 17 players to opening-day 10-man rosters by November 21 in anticipation of the November 22 tip off of the NBA D-League’s 13th season.

The NBA Development League, founded in 2001, is the NBA’s official minor league. Featuring 16 teams with direct affiliations to NBA franchises, the NBA D-League is a proven developer of talent. There are currently 103 active players in the NBA that have D-League experience.

The NBA D-League season is made up of 50 regular-season games plus a postseason and runs from November to April.

The Mad Ants is an affiliate of six NBA franchises, including the Charlotte Bobcats, Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Memphis Grizzlies, Milwaukee Bucks and Orlando Magic.