Skyrockets suffer first lossNovember 28, 2005 - American Basketball Association (ABA) - Minot Skyrockets Press Release
Arthur Stapleton came off the bench to lead the Skyrockets scoring with 20 points and Lamar Castile added 18. Darius Pope had four three's and ended with 17 points. However, the Skyrockets had a hard time guarding Legends' newly acquired Jerry Dupree who finished with a game high 32 points.
The Skyrockets' Coach Kermit Young commented after the game, "We feel this was a sub-par performance. Although we missed 6-8 lay-ups in the first half, we were still tied with eight minutes to go. Hopefull we will improve as a team as a result of the loss."
The next home game for the Skyrockets is on Tuesday, November 29th againsts the Fresno Heatwave at the San Jose Civic Auditorium. For more information, visit www.sjskyrockets.com or www.abalive.com.
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