Arsenal Suffers Tough Road Loss
BISMARCK N.D., January 14, 2007 - The Anaheim Arsenal suffered a tough road loss on Sunday as the Dakota Wizards recorded their seventh straight victory led by Quemont Greer who finished with 32 points in the 114-94 victory.
The Wizards led by as many as 19 points in the first half shooting nearly 53 percent from the field. The Arsenal tried to make it close as they got within eight points in the fourth quarter but were unable to close the gap.
"Our guys are playing well together", said head coach Dave Joerger "We don't have one standout player every night it's who ever wants it, tonight it was Q (Greer) tomorrow may be Major, the guys really play good team ball."
The Wizards had five players finish in double figures including Renoldo Major who netted 25 points. Forward James Maye finished the contest with 19 points as Dontell Jefferson chipped in with 13 to go along with his 14 assists giving him his second straight double-double.
Anaheim, who fell to 8-13, was led by forward Jawad Williams with 27 points. Guard Andre Owens finished with 21 points, while two other Arsenal players finished in double figures off the bench, Daryl Dorsey with 13 points while James Augustine dumped in 10 points and grabbed 10 boards.
The 13-3 Wizards travel to the MLK Showcase in Sioux Falls tonight to face Albuquerque on Monday 8:00p.m. CT. The Arsenal also head to the showcase but will not play until Tuesday at 2pm. All showcase games are live on NBA TV.
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