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Bob MacKinnon Tabs 200th Win over Westchester

January 17, 2019 - NBA G League (G League) - Texas Legends News Release

FRISCO, TX - The Texas Legends (9-19) used a 27-point performance from Wade Baldwin IV to hold off the Westchester Knicks (16-12) 126-108 for head coach Bob MacKinnon's 200th career win.

Knicks two-way Kadeem Allen grabbed the first points of the game and the back-and-forth ensued. After five lead changes, Justin Dentmon closed the first with a long ball to give Texas the 32-28 edge. The Knicks tied it up three minutes in and Jameel Warney tipped in three straight to help push Westchester to a double-digit lead midway through the second. The home team chipped away with help from eight of nine active players and jumped back on top 60-59 heading into the locker room.

Texas followed up a 55% half by hitting 56% in the third to cancel out Warney's 13-point effort and build a 94-85 advantage going into the final minutes. The Legends would hold Westchester to 23 in the fourth to extend the gap and seal their victory.

Baldwin knocked down 13-of-22 to lead the Legends with 27 points, 6 rebounds, and 8 assists. Dentmon added 22 points off the bench, knocking down 6-of-11 from outside. Ray Spalding finished with a double-double of 20 points, 14 rebounds, and 4 steals and Xavier Johnson added a second off the bench with 16 points, 10 rebounds.

Warney finished with a Westchester-high 25 points, 4 rebounds while Allen, Zak Irvin and Sekou Wiggs added 15 points each. Irvin led the boards with 9 while grabbing 3 steals, and Allen dished out a game-high 9 assists with 2 steals.

The Legends will hit the road for a game against the Northern Arizona Suns Saturday at 8:00pm CT before returning home for three straight. Fans can catch all the action live at www.TexLegends.com.


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