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Mad Antics

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  • Mad Ants' affiliation in demand
    As the lone independent team in the D-League, not to mention the reigning champions, the Mad Ants were in demand this season by NBA franchises and potential place to put their prospects.
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Plumlee could be back

The Mad Ants returned to practice Tuesday in preparation for their Thursday homecoming game against Maine.

Veteran guard Ron Howard, who has been nursing a knee injury, did not practice, but worked out individually Tuesday. His status for Thursday remains questionable.

The Ants could see the return of 6-foot-11 forward Miles Plumlee to the team Thursday. Plumlee, a member of the Indiana Pacers, has bounced back and forth from Indianapolis to Fort Wayne and back much of the season.

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