Energy Acquire Josh Boone
Des Moines, IA March 22, 2014 - The Iowa Energy have acquired center Josh Boone.
Boone (6-10, 237 lbs) was the 23rd overall pick by the New Jersey Nets in 2006. The former Connecticut Husky averaged 5.2 points and 4.9 rebounds in his four years with the Nets. Boone appeared in two games for the Energy last season, averaging 16.5 points and 7.5 boards before an injury.
Boone will wear number 33 and will available for tonight's game.
The Energy will take on the Tulsa 66ers on tonight at 7 PM. The game will be the Energy's final Wells Fargo Big Assist Night with Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Iowa. The game will also feature $2 beer and the first 1,000 fans through the doors will receive a mini Ricky Rubio bobblehead.
Purchase tickets online at DahlsTickets.com, by calling 564-8550, or visiting the Wells Fargo Arena box office.
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