RENO, Nevada – Despite all but two Bighorns scoring in double digits, and the Bighorns netting 152 points, they took a loss in Los Angeles tonight, falling 175-152 to the LosAngeles D-Fenders.
Quincy Miller, who led the Bighorns was one rebound short of a double-double, finishing with28 points, 9 rebounds, and four steals. Miller was followed by Brady Heslip, who notched 24 points, two assists, and three rebounds. David Wear followed close, adding 21 points and seven rebounds.
Two Bighorns recorded a double-double tonight. Tajuan Porter tallied 20 points, 12 assists, four rebounds, and four blocked shots. David Stocked racked-up 15 points, and 10 assists.
The D-Fenders received strong performances from Manny Harris, who recorded a triple-double. Harris finished with 39 point, 13 assists, and 10 rebounds. D-Fenders guard Jabari Brown recorded 28 points, and nine rebounds. Vander Blue contributed 26 points and 12 assists.
The Bighorns continue on the road next week to take on the Idaho Stampede on Thursday, December 25.
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