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San Diego Surf win season opener - Nov 14, 2010


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The The San Diego Surf opened their 2010-11 ABA season with an impressive, 140-123 win over the San Francisco Rumble Thursday night. The Rumble were ranked third in the ABA power rankings prior to the game. Leading the way in scoring for the Surf was Tim Denson (6'1''-G-86, college: Cal.St.-San Bernar.) with 43 points. Other impressive perfomances included Anthony Danridge (6'5''-G/F-86, college: N.Mexico), who had 33, Cornel Williams (6'4''-F-84, college: Long Beach St.) added 23 and Kalonji Kadima (6'3''-G-78, college: Wisc.-Stevens Point) had 17. San Francisco was led in scoring by DeVaughn Lamont (6'10''-F-84, agency: 011 Sports, college: Cal.St.-Monterey) with 35, Derek Foster (6'0''-G-81, college: Cal-Santa Cruz) had 24. San Diego had a slim, two-point lead at halftime and only a four-point lead at the end of the third quarter, but an aggressive defense and transition game allowed the Surf to open the game up and finish with a 17 point margin of victory.
The Surf will continue their northern trip with a game Saturday November 13 against the Midland Titans in Exeter, CA, then another game Sunday November 14 in Sacramento to face the Heatwave. The Surf then return to HourGlass Arena for their home opener Saturday, November 20 at 7:00 PM against the Santa Barbara Breaker

  




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