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DALLAS IMPACT PREVAIL IN TEXAS SHOOTOUT - Jan 18, 2013


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Keandre
Derrick
Metroplex Lightning of the UBL faced Texas rival Dallas Impact. This game was exciting from start to finish. Back n forth majority of 1st half with Impact leading 76-84 at the half. Sparks weren't the only thing flying in South Dallas that night. Lightning forward Antwain Habersham (6'4''-PF) went 6-7 fg in 1st half scoring 13. Metro had NO ANSWER for Keandre Derrick (6'1''-G-88)! "This kid is something special".
Coach Washington said: Keandre ...finished the half with 30 points. Scoring in all fashions from jumpers to dunks. Metro needed a answer for him but couldn't find one in the 1st half. So they turned to defensive specialist DJ Perkins. He was able to slow down the Derrick to 13 points in the 2nd half.
Lightning star 6th man Deandre Brown (5'11''-G-88, college: Louisiana Tech) matched Derrick both finishing with 41 & 43 points.
Both players had th egym rocking with play after play. Coach Mitchell said "We played better in the 2nd half. No defense on our end was played at all but it hurt us with the bad shooting of SG Torrence Moody (5'10''-G-76). Shooting 2-12 fg.
Key players for Lightning were Jarvis Bradley with 30 points 15 rebounds & Tay Minnieweather 10 points and 10 assists.
Dallas Impact Ginovanni Alexander finished with 21 points 5 rebs 7as zero turnovers. Impact superstar Ken Hewitt had 22 points 16 reb and 7 assist.
Look for updates on both teams. Final score 143-150 Impact!!

Dallas Impact
Butler 11 pts 9reb
Derrick 43 pts 6 reb
Battle 27pts 6 as
Hewitt 22 pts 16 reb 7as
Randle 8pts
Alexander 21pts 5 reb 7as
Jackson 15pts 10 reb
Tate 4pts

Metroplex Lightning
Brown 41pts 5reb
Moody 5pts 4as 2-12 fg
Tay 10pts 10as 7reb
Grimes 14pts 8reb
Bradley 30 pts 15reb 4stls
Habersham 16pts 10reb
Perkins 15pts 9reb
Henry 6pts 2reb
White 5pts 3reb 3as 4stls   



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