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Harangody to return Wednesday

Mad Ants leading scorer Luke Harangody is expected to return to practice Wednesday, according to coach Duane Ticknor.

Harangody, the 6-foot-8 forward who leads the team in scoring (20.1 average) and rebounding (12.3), is recovering from a knee injury earlier in the month.

The Ants (15-17) returned to the practice court Monday after an extended period off. The Mad Ants' last game was Feb. 9, when they won at Iowa, 119-98. Their next game is Friday in Erie, Pa.

The Ants are five games behind East Division leader Canton, and are 2 1/2 games behind Maine for the eighth and final NBA D-League playoff berth.