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Mad Antics

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Two games left, playoffs to go

For the second time in three days, the Mad Ants won in a runaway.

Sunday, they defeated Texas 109-85. Friday, they beat Reno, 106-86.

The Ants (26-22) got a step closer to nailing down a playoff berth. They have two games remaining in the regular season, both on the road - against Sioux Falls on Friday, and Tulsa on Saturday.

Anthony Richardson and Chris Porter led the wire-to-wire win with 17 points each. Tony Mitchell had 16, Brandon Wallace, 15, and Anthony Harris, 13.

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