The 2021 D-League competition is set to be an entertaining event with eight teams in action at the opening round of the Sal's NBL this week.
The teams will be split into two pools of four, where they will play three pool games ahead of a straight crossover for final places. In all, each team will play four games between Thursday and Sunday.
The D-League Championship game will be broadcast live on Sky Sport 8 from 3pm on Sunday.
The rules to participate in D-League are positioned around all players aged 23-years and under, with an allowance of three over-age players permitted per team.
For spectators, entry to all D-League games is free. All 16 games will be played at Pulman Arena, south Auckland.
Entry to the Sal's NBL games played each night is $10 (adults) and free (U18s) - on nights where double-headers are played, entry is valid for both games.
Sal's NBL tickets are now on sale - CLICK HERE.
Scroll further down the page to see the rosters of all eight D-League teams.
Thursday August 12
10am: Harbour Cyclones vs Auckland (P1)
12pm: Harbour Zephyr vs Rotorua (P2)
2pm: Taranaki vs Northland (P1)
4pm: Capital vs Tauranga (P2)
Friday August 13
9am: Harbour Cyclones vs Northland (P1)
11am: Tauranga vs Harbour Zephyr (P2)
1pm: Auckland vs Taranaki (P1)
3pm: Rotorua vs Capital (P2)
Saturday August 14
9am: Taranaki vs Harbour Cyclones (P1)
11am: Harbour Zephyr vs Capital (P2)
1pm: Northland vs Auckland (P1)
3pm: Rotorua vs Tauranga (P2)
Sunday August 15
9am: D League – Playoff for 7th/8th
11am: D League – Playoff for 5th/6th
1pm: D League – Playoff for 3rd/4th
3pm: D League – Championship Game
Summer Jean Motufoua
Kaihau Pou Poasa
Eden Te Aho
Te Rina Cameron-Tana
Tauranga City Coasters
Safenunuivao Te Nana-Williams
Leata Te Nana-Williams
Jessica Slade (pending approval)
Bex Van Kuyk