The Reno Bighorns (13-21) lost a close game to the Tulsa 66ers (20-15) 92-88 Friday night in Tulsa.
Despite having five players score in double-digits, the Bighorns were not able to hang on for the win. Reno led by 87-84 with 1:21 left to play when Tulsa's Jeremy Lamb hit a three-pointer. The 66ers pulled away for good after the Lamb, who is on assignment from the Oklahoma City Thunder, three-pointer.
The Bighorns were led by Dar Tucker's 20 points. Samardo Samuels had another double-double with 17 points and 14 rebounds. Desmon Farmer had 14
points and Will Blalock and Orien Greene each had 10 points for the ‘Horns. Lamb led Tulsa with 23 points. Chris Quinn chipped in 20 points and Perry Jones added 16 points. The 66ers shot 50.7% from the field, compared to the Bighorns 40%. The Bighorns continue their road trip on Saturday, taking on the Texas Legends.Reno returns home on Thursday, March 7th to face the Idaho Stampede.