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Ants easily beat Texas

The Mad Ants won in a breeze again.

For the second time in three nights, the Ants (26-22) cruised to an NBA D-League win at Memorial Coliseum, this time beating Texas 109-85 at Memorial Coliseum.

The win gave the Ants a little more breathing room in their playoff quest, pushing them ahead of Maine (25-23).

Anthony Richardson and Chris Porter tied for game-high scoring honors with 17 points. Tony Mitchell had 16, Brandon Wallace had 15, and Anthony Harris had 13.

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