Arsenal Defeat Energy with Winning Dunk
Des Moines, March 19th. The Anaheim Arsenal shocked the crowd as they defeated the Iowa Energy with a dunk by Mo Charlo that put them up by one with less than one second left on the clock. Arsenal forward Kedrick Brown inbounded the alley oop to Charlo, leaving .4 seconds in the game, which wasn't enough for the Energy to convert a final shot. Mo Charlo, Kedrick Brown, and Marcus Campbell all finished with 21 points each. Marcus Campbell and Terrence Crawford both had double-doubles, and guard Will Blalock contributed 11 assists in the victory. Anaheim shot 43.2% from the floor, 75% from the foul line, and 33.3% from the three-point line.
Player of the game Shannon Brown finished with 21 points and 5 rebounds, including a three-point basket that put the Energy up by one with just .9 seconds left on the clock. Cedric Simmons contributed 16 points and 5 rebounds, and five other Energy players also scored in double figures. The Energy shot 50% from the floor, 41.2% from the three-point line, and 61.5% from the foul line.
The Energy dropped to 18-23 on the year after the loss. The next Energy game is on March 21st against the Sioux Falls Skyforce in Sioux Falls. Game time is set for 7:00 p.m. The Arsenal play the Idaho Stampede at home on March 21st. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.
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