SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA (www.incnow.tv) - The Santa Cruz Warriors outscored the Mad Ants in every quarter to pull away for a 110-92 win that completed a two game sweep of the Ants in their first ever NBA playoff series.
The Ants once again could not contain Jeremy Tyler, who led Santa Cruz with 25 points and eleven rebounds, and could not get the job done on the boards, being outrebounded 59-42 in the game.
Fort Wayne trailed by only one at 20-19 after the first quarter, but the margin kept wideneing the rest of the way.
Ron Howard led the Mad Ants with 25 points and Ton Mitchell after his 40 point night in Game One of the series was held to 20 in game two and hit just eight of 24 shots from the field
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