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5 keys to Mad Ants' win over Maine

Mad Ants center Tommy Smith goes up for one of his two blocks in the Ants' win over Maine on Thursday at Memorial Coliseum. (Photo by Reggie Hayes of The News-Sentinel)
Mad Ants center Tommy Smith goes up for one of his two blocks in the Ants' win over Maine on Thursday at Memorial Coliseum. (Photo by Reggie Hayes of The News-Sentinel)

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Fort Wayne impresses with unselfish play

Friday, February 01, 2013 12:01 am
The Mad Ants beat the Maine Red Claws 115-109 on Thursday at Memorial Coliseum. Here are the five keys to the win:The Mad Ants dished out 31 assists to only 12 turnovers, led by point guard Anthony Harris. Harris, who played 47+ minutes, had 17 assists with only two turnovers.Six players scored in double figures, led by Luke Harangody's 29 points and Darryl Partin's 20.The Ants' maintained their late-game lead by answering Maine's quick-attack offense with strong ball-handling and free throws. Harangody, Sadiel Rojas and Harris hit free throws late.Fort Wayne had 11 steals and nine blocked shots. Rojas had five steals in 28 minutes of play. Miles Plumlee, assigned by the Pacers, had three blocks.Returning home after a long road trip, the Ants looked fresher than the Red Claws, and a 28-11 edge in second-chance points reflected that.

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