It appears three-point bomber Brian Silverhorn is moving on after two seasons with the Halifax Rainmen.
The six-foot-six forward is coming off an injury-plagued campaign in Halifax but is expected to try his luck in the NBA Development League next season.
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“We feel Brian can play at the D-League level and we’re going to put him in a situation where he can get a shot to play there,” said Rainmen owner Andre Levingston.
Silverhorn missed nine games with knee problems but averaged 14.3 points per game, a four-point drop-off from 2007-08. He shot a deadly .457 from three-point range.
“It’s time for him to take that step,” Levingston said.