TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — The Salt Lake City Stars (21-19) overcame a strong showing from the Iowa guard trio of Brandon Goodwin, C.J. Williams and Darius Johnson-Odom to defeat the Wolves (17-26) in overtime 121-117 on Monday night.
Two-way forward Tyler Cavanaugh paced the Stars offensively, scoring a game-high 32 points while securing his seventh double-double of the season. Iowa State University alum Naz Mitrou-Long finished with 25 points, six rebounds and three assists in the win.
Together the three guard — Williams, Johnson-Odom and Goodwin –combined for 80 of the Wolves’ 117 final points.
Goodwin scorched the net with a team-high 29 points on 13-of-21 shooting. The Denver Nuggets two-way guard also added a team-high eight rebounds to go along with four assists.
Williams tied a season-high of 27 points while shooting 4-of-8 from downtown. The four made field goals from deep tied a game-high.
Johnson-Odom notched his fourteenth straight game of at least 20 points, tallying 24 points while dishing out a season-high 10 assists.
Both teams were evenly matched shooting from the field. Iowa shot 46.5% (46-99) from the field and 32.4% (11-34) from deep while the Stars shot 44.8% (43-96) from the field and 32.4% (11-34) from beyond the arc.
Iowa allowed Salt Lake City to attempt 28 shots from the foul line (24-28, 85.7%), where the home team finished with a 10-point advantage for the game.
The Wolves are now 0-2 this season against the Stars.