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Andrew Harrison Leads Iowa Energy to Victory

February 23, 2016 - NBA G League (G League) - Iowa Wolves News Release

Des Moines, Iowa - The Iowa Energy (16-18) won 110-100 over the Raptors 905 (13-23) Tuesday evening at Wells Fargo Arena.

The Energy were led by Memphis Grizzlies draft rights player Andrew Harrison with a game-high 31 points, six rebounds and six assists. Ramon Harris added 17 points and eight rebounds. The 905 were led by Scott Suggs with 19 points and four rebounds.

Andrew Harrison got the Energy off to a quick start with 10 points in the first. Iowa opened up a 14-point lead early in the game. Terry Whisnant added eight first quarter points to help the Energy hold a 32-25 advantage heading into the second. The Energy continued to control the game led by Whisnant and Harris to take a 53-46 halftime lead.

The Raptors started out the second half by closing the Energy's halftime lead. Mid-way through the quarter the 905 were able to take a lead behind 10 points from Shannon Scott. The Raptors outscored the Energy 29-21 to hold a 75-74 lead going into the fourth quarter. In the fourth, Andrew Harrison got hot again scoring 15 points to help the Energy regain the lead. The 905 tried to mount a comeback, but the Energy held strong to take a 110-100 win.

The Energy are home again on Thursday, Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. for Swipe Right Night and Happy Hour beginning at 5:30.

2015-2016 single game tickets on sale now. Group tickets, flex packs and payment plans are available now. For more information, visit IowaNBA.com or contact the Energy at (515)-564-8550. For more information on the Energy, 'like' the Iowa Energy on Facebook or follow on Twitter (@iowaenergy).


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