Thursday, December 16, 2010

66ers win over Fort Wayne with free throws and a historic rebounding night

Latavious Williams rewrote his own record on Thursday night, grabbing a team-record 21 boards and scoring 12 points as Tulsa won in overtime over Fort Wayne, 100-93.

That was impresssive to be sure, but don't overlook what Tulsa did at the free-throw line. The 66ers hit 28-of-30 attempts, including all 24 tries in the fourth quarter and overtime to earn a win on what 66ers head coach Nate Tibbetts called, "a night when neither team had its best stuff."

Seven 66ers scored in double figures as Tulsa won its third straight game to improve to 6-4.

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