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Mad Antics

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    You can check out today's coverage of the new affiliation alignments in the D-League -- the Mad Ants have 13 teams -- by
  • Explaining how Mad Ants have 13 NBA affiliations
    If you're wondering why the Mad Ants aren't a full-fledged affiliate of an NBA team, it's because they don't want to be. They don't want to sell their operations, opting to remain the lone independent in the D-League. “Our ownership doesn't
  • Mad Ants' affiliation in demand
    As the lone independent team in the D-League, not to mention the reigning champions, the Mad Ants were in demand this season by NBA franchises and potential place to put their prospects.
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Comeback comes up short

The Mad Ants' second-half comeback fell short in their 112-104 loss to the Erie BayHawks on Tuesday at Memorial Coliseum.

The Ants (16-19) fell behind by as many as 26 points in the first half, then spent the rest of the game trying to catch up to Erie (20-15).

Ron Howard's free throw with 3:03 remaining got the Ants within 104-99, but Erie was able to hold on for the win.

Howard led the Ants with 28 points, and Tony Mitchell added 25.

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