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Baker scores 53 but Lolar steals the spotlight in Rangers win - Feb 17, 2017


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Damien Lolar
During the preview leading up to this game it was stated that the battle would come down to Steve Baker (6'2''-G-90, college: Green Bay) and Lolar and thats exactly what happend on Saturday. The Rangers pretty much controlled the game starting off as it looked as if Wisconsin couldnt find the inside of the basket but once they got rolling it was a close contest throughout with Steven Steve Baker setting the tempo for the red hot Game Changers. At one point in the 4th period the Game Changers were leading 106-101 with 4:13 remaining but the Rangers was just not having it as they went on a small run. During the final seconds it looked as if we were headed into overtime but out of nowhere Damien Lolar (6'5''-F-84, college: W.Texas A&M) hit a desperation shot to give the Rangers the victory 121-118.
Box Score
Game Changers
#4 Steven Steve Baker 53pts 10reb 10assist 5steals
#32 Deitric Gray 6pts 6reb
#40 David Bergfeld 15pts 5reb
#0 Cornelius Steele 6pts 15reb 1stl
#3 Marcus Ruh 16pts 6reb 6assist
#30 Chandler Janse 0pts 8reb
#6 James Devault 16pts 8reb
#10 Deandre Quinn 0pts 1blk
#17 Arthur Clark Jr 6pts 8reb

Rangers
#14 Roc Rogers 11pts 13reb 2stl
#41 Dominique Dawson 12pts 8reb 1assist
#23 Quinton Jackson 3pts 4reb 3assist 1stl
#25 Demetrius Williams 16pts 6reb 6assist 3stl
#30 Tim Lott 7pts 6reb 2assist 2stl
#5 David Hicks 4pts 5reb 2assist 1stl
#8 A.J Wilson 12pts 4reb
#34 Latrell Love 17pts 4reb 1assist 2blks
#21 Shane Bosek 16pts 5reb 2assist
#11 B.J. Moore 0pts 1steal
#32 Damien Lolar 19pts 4reb 9assist 3stl
#3 Kenny Bass 4pts 4reb 1assist.
Courtesy of: officialmbl.org   




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