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Skyforce drops in

Greetings from Steve Warden's stunt double, standing in for the real thing as the Mad Ants prepare to host the Sioux Falls Skyforce in Memorial Coliseum.

The Ants (14-15) will be looking to extend a six-game home winning streak that stretches back to December. It's the Ants' third game in the last five days; they beat Canton here 94-81 Monday night.

For the Ants, Luke Harangody, who leads the D-League in scoring (21.2 ppg) and rebounding (12.7 rpg), will not play tonight because of a knee injury.

Forward Tony Mitchell is coming off a 32-point, six-rebound, three-steal effort against Canton.

See ya at halftime.

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