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Mad Antics

  • Bouldin's story
    Make sure you check out today's story on Matt Bouldin, who has been a big part of the Mad Ants' run to a regular-season championship and to the playoff semifinals, which begin Thursday at Sioux Falls, S.
  • Mad Ants to lose affiliation
    The D-League's Springfield Armor has been bought by the SSJ Group and will move to Grand Rapids, Mich., next season and be the new minor-league affiliate of the Detroit Pistons.
  • How Frisby became the star
    It was unlikely that Will Frisby would make the Mad Ants' roster this season.
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Ants could be for real

The Mad Ants showed some grit Thursday night.

The team fell behind visiting Maine by nine points early in the second quarter at Memorial Coliseum. There have been times and teams when the Ants might have folded, but instead, they came back to take a halftime lead, held their own nine-point lead with five minutes remaining, and eventually won, 115-109.

Anthony Harris, who has taken over the point guard job for an injured Ron Howard, handed out 17 assists and had just two turnovers.

Luke Harangody, despite a miserable start shooting the ball, finished with 29 points and 13 rebounds.

Darryl Partin, whose three-point shooting kept the Ants in the game early, finished with 20 points - 18 coming from behind the arc.

And Sadiel Rojas had 13 points, five steals and six rebounds.

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