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 Rip City Remix

Game Notes: Rip City Remix (16-11) at Stockton Kings (19-9), Sunday, March 17 at 2 p.m.

March 17, 2024 - NBA G League (G League)
Rip City Remix News Release


Match-up History:

The Rip City Remix will face the top-ranked Stockton Kings on the road on Sunday at 2 p.m. The Remix are 7-5 while playing away, while the Kings are 10-4 at Adventist Health Arena. Rip City opened the regular season against Stockton with a 111-106 loss, but hold the advantage in all-time match-ups against the Kings 2-1.

Notable:

SINKING SOUTH BAY: : The Rip City Remix defeated the South Bay Lakers 116-112 at Chiles Center on March 15. Antoine Davis came out on fire, scoring 14 points (5-7 FG, 4-5 3PT) in the first quarter alone. Seven Remix players scored in double-figures to contribute in the team win. Rip city is now 1-1 against the Lakers in the 23-24 regular season.

SPLIT SERIES: The Rip City Remix fell in the first game of a two-game series against the Texas Legends in Portland, 125-119. In the second game of the series, the Remix claimed victory 127-116, after coming back from a 23 point deficit in the first quar-ter. Rip City scored the most points ever in a quarter with 45 in the second frame during their comeback. Taze Moore, a former Legends player, earned one rebound shy of a triple-double for the Remix with 24 points, 13 assists and nine rebounds in the home win.

RUNNING WITH THE WOLVES: The Remix defeated the Iowa Wolves at Chiles Center on March 1, 122-107. Rip City welcomed Kevin Knox II in his first game with the Remix, as he earned 26 points and 11 rebounds in his debut. Antoine Davis scored 21 points from behind the arch with seven three-pointers.

TUSTLE WITH THE HUSTLE: The Rip City Remix fell in the first game of the back-to-back series, 113-109 on March 3. The Remix stormed back in the second game to win 137-111 to earn a the most points scored in a single game in Re-mix history. Rip City also had the most defensive rebounds (44) and field goal shooting percentage (53.3%) of the season. The Remix were led by Kevin Knox II with 33 points, nine rebounds and four assists in the win.

Last Five Games:

RIP CITY REMIX vs. SOUTH BAY LAKERS ... MARCH 15, 2024 ... W, 116-112

Rip City sunk the Lakers, 116-112 with the help of a late 11-3 run in the fourth quarter. Antoine Davis led the Remix with 21 points, including six three-pointers. Alex Reese fol-lowed with 18 points and seven rebounds. Knox II earned 17 points and nine rebounds.

RIP CITY REMIX vs. TEXAS LEGENDS ... MARCH 12, 2024 ... W, 127-116

The Remix took game two of the series, winning 127-116 against the Legends. Taze Moore was one rebound away from a triple-double, earning 24 points, 13 assists and nine rebounds. Both Kevin Knox II and Ashton Hagans also scored 24 points in the win.

RIP CITY REMIX vs. TEXAS LEGENDS ... MARCH 10, 2024 ... L, 125-119

The Rip City Remix fell to the Legends, 125-119. Taze Moore scored 23 points, along with eight rebounds, four assists and three steals against his former team. Two-way player Ashton Hagans returned to the Remix to earn 19 points, nine assists and five rebounds in the home loss.

RIP CITY REMIX vs. MEMPHIS HUSTLE ... MARCH 4, 2024 ... W, 137-111

The Rip City Remix had their best offensive performance this season, scoring a Remix record of 137 points in the victory. Kevin Knox II led the team with 33 points, nine rebounds and four assists. Alex Reese earned a season-high 28 points, going 5-5 from behind the arc.

RIP CITY REMIX vs. MEMPHIS HUSTLE... MARCH 3, 2024 ... L, 113-109

The Remix fell in the first ever match up against the Memphis Hustle, 113-109. Kevin Knox II led Rip City for the second consecutive game with 26 points, along with eight rebounds and four assists. Antoine Davis scored 16 points and recorded four steals.

Broadcast Notes: Fans can tune in on NBAGLeague.com at 2 p.m.


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