Calm day on the Mad Ants front.
Center Chris Hunter is still resting his knees, and won't be back on the roster for another week or two. In his place is 6-foot-8 Adam Zahn, who was fairly ineffective in the opening game against Sioux Falls. He's a big body who can bang, and until Hunter gets back, that's what the Ants need.
The team will be looking for its second win when it plays Sioux Falls again tonight at the Coliseum.
Only a few times down the floor did former Purdue teammates Chris Kramer (Mad Ants) and Keaton Grant (Skyforce) share the same space. Kramer guarded Grant on only a few possessions.
Coming in next to play the Mad Ants is Erie, which has three players sent down from the NBA.
Solomon Alabi, a 7-1 center, is from Toronto, as is Ed Davis, the former North Carolina forward. And Cleveland sent 6-5 swingman Christian Eyenga down to Erie for some seasoning.