It was a big night for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (22-15) as they extended their winning streak to three games against the Westchester Knicks (16-22). The game was played in front of an announced sold-out crowd of 5,114.
Teague is an Indiana native, having played high school basketball at Pike. He played his college ball at Kentucky.
The Mad Ants are hoping Tyler Hansbrough is a fast learner, as the former Pacers forward arrived in Fort Wayne for his first practice with the Ants on Thursday.
Jordan Loyd was the main engine throughout the game for Fort Wayne, scoring 30 points with seven rebounds and 11 assists
Hansbrough has been claimed by the Fort Wayne Mad Ants from the NBA Development League’s available player pool.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Jarrod Uthoff is making the most of his opportunities.
The forward scored 28 points for the Mad Ants on … More »
On Oct. 31, Bentil was acquired by the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the NBA Development League. After appearing in just one D-League game for the Mad Ants, he left the team in mid-November to play in China for the Xinjiang Flying Tigers. On Jan. 16, Bentil returned to the Mad Ants after appearing in 11 games for Xinjiang.
For the Mad Ants, Jarrod Uthoff finished with a game-high 28 points on 9-15 (.600) shooting from the floor, a team-high 13 rebounds, five assists and a game-high three blocks in 42 minutes.
The Mad Ants (19-15) fell short when they faced the Rio Grande Valley Vipers (22-14) on Friday night.
Von Wafer torched the Fort Wayne defense for 35 points.
The Fort Wayne Mad Ants will be retiring Ron Howards’ jersey at halftime during their game on Friday March 3rd at 7:00 p.m. vs. the Westchester Knicks.
In his time in Fort Wayne, Christmas has averaged a total of 23 minutes, 9.4 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.3 blocks over nine games.
The Mad Ants (19-13) were unable to hold on to their lead down the stretch when they took on the Canton Charge (19-15) Tuesday night.
Beginning with the 2017-18 season, the NBA Development League (NBA D-League) will be renamed the NBA Gatorade League (NBA G-League) as part of a multiyear expanded partnership announced today by the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Gatorade.
This marks the first sell-out game in Fort Wayne’s franchise history with an announced crowd of 5,444.
Niang, who was sent down to the D-League on Monday, played just one game with the Ants during his recent stint.
The Mad Ants (19-10) faced a tough challenge Tuesday night as they defeated Central Division Leader Raptors 905 (22-9) 105-92.
Forward will suit up for Eastern Conference all-star squad.
The Mad Ants are getting contributions all across the board, and that includes the play of Jarrod Uthoff and Jordan Loyd.
Niang has played in four games with Fort Wayne this season, averaging 32 minutes, 18 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists.