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Four years ... and a few more minutes

The Mad Ants just ended their fourth season in the NBA D-League, this time with a 110-104 victory over Sioux Falls on Saturday at Memorial Coliseum.

They'll have to wait a little longer to see if they're in the playoffs.

Even coach Joey Meyer admitted that the odds weren't good that both Texas and Idaho would lose Saturday - something that had to happen if the Ants would advance to next week's playoff round.

And if that's the case - that the Ants fall short - it's OK, because there has been improvement, not just in this season, but over the previous teams.

Darnell Lazare, who led the Ants with 30 points and 10 rebounds Saturday, said it's been a good season. And Chris Kramer, the Purdue and Huntington North product who had 25 points, said he feels that he can play at the pro level.

Chances are we saw the last of the Mad Ants on Saturday.

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