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Mad Antics

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    You can check out today's coverage of the new affiliation alignments in the D-League -- the Mad Ants have 13 teams -- by
  • Explaining how Mad Ants have 13 NBA affiliations
    If you're wondering why the Mad Ants aren't a full-fledged affiliate of an NBA team, it's because they don't want to be. They don't want to sell their operations, opting to remain the lone independent in the D-League. “Our ownership doesn't
  • 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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Lead that was 19 now 1

The Mad Ants own a 63-62 halftime lead over Rio Grande Valley on Sunday at Memorial Coliseum.

The Ants broke out to a 12-4 lead, then led by as many as 36-17 late in the first quarter before the Vipers made a push to get back in the game.

Tony Mitchell, who scored 47 points in the team's last game played Friday against Austin, leads the Ants with 21 points, followed by Tommy Smith's 14 and 9 offensive rebounds.

The Ants also unveiled a new player in Demetri McCamey. McCamey, a 6-foot-3 guard, played at Illinois. He has five points on 2 of 4 shooting from the floor.

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