Brown Leads 66ers Past Arsenal
Anaheim, Calif. (Feb. 13, 2007)-Denham Brown scored 23 points and collected nine rebounds to lead the Tulsa 66ers to the 108-97 victory against the Anaheim Arsenal Tuesday night in Anaheim. Brown now has two consecutive impressive outings in Anaheim, scoring 32 points in his last performance back in December.
Desmon Farmer also had a solid performance for the 66ers, scoring a team-high 25 points. Will Conroy, the D-League's assist leader, continues to spread the ball out well to his teammates, recording 14 assists to go along with his 12 points.
The game was tied at 51 at the half, and 66ers shot the ball extremely well in the second half, including a notable 69 percent in the fourth quarter.
"It was definitely good to get a win, we haven't had many of those lately," said Tulsa head coach Joey Meyer. "We had great contributions off the bench tonight, which was key for us to get this victory."
Jawad Williams led the Arsenal with 29 points, nine rebounds and five assists. Majic Dorsey also had an outstanding performance for the Arsenal, just missing a triple-double for the second consecutive game. Dorsey scored 22 points, dished out 14 assists, and grabbed eight rebounds.
"We did not show what we were capable of tonight," said Arsenal head coach Reggie Geary. "If we don't come out mentally and physically prepared in this league, we are going to suffer bad losses."
The Arsenal (15-18) will return to action Friday night when they host the Colorado 14ers for a two-game series at the Convention Center in Anaheim. The 66ers (14-18) will travel to Los Angeles to face the D-Fenders Thursday night.
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