TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — The Salt Lake City Stars led a balanced attack against the Windy City Bulls, picking up a 124-103 win on Wednesday night at Bruin Arena.
Salt Lake City’s Naz Mitrou-Long scored the game’s first points of the night on a 3-pointer from an assist by Isaiah Cousins. With that basket, the Stars never looked back building a 13-point lead to end the first half. The Jazz’s NBA G League affiliate pulled away in the third quarter, leading by as many as 29 and continued to keep their double-digit lead for the entire fourth quarter.
The Stars shot .489 (46-of-94) from the field and .429 (12-of-28) from downtown, while also outscoring the Bulls 60-38 in the paint.
Eight Stars players scored in double-figures, including all five starters. Utah Jazz assignee Tony Bradley paced the Stars with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Two-way player Georges Niang notched his first double-double with Salt Lake City, finishing with 20 points and 10 rebounds, while Naz Mitrou-Long contributed 17 points and eight assists.
Windy City’s Brandon Wood had a game-high 28 points. Daniel Ochefu and reserve Karrington Ward each added 18 points.