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Bighorns Season Ends with Playoff Loss

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Bighorns Press Release

4/13/14

The Reno Bighorns fell to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants 115-93 Sunday night in Indiana, ending their 2013-14 season. The Mad Ants advance to the second round of the NBA Development League playoffs.

The Bighorns kept the game close through three quarters, but the Mad Ants pulled away in the fourth scoring 44 points to Reno's 25. Reno committed 30 turnovers in the game, which led to 31 points for Fort Wayne.

The Bighorns were led by Trent Lockett's 20 points and seven rebounds. KC Rivers and Ra'shad James each added 15 points for Reno.

Fort Wayne was paced by Tony Mitchell's 21 points. Will Frisby added 20 points and 11 rebounds, and Sadiel Rojas poured in 18 for the Mad Ants.

Reno ends their season with a record of 27-23, their best outing since the 2010-11 season.

 

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