D-Fenders News: Manny Harris Leads Team To Win Over Stampede

The Los Angeles D-Fenders would finish out a close game with a 114-112 win over the Idaho Stampede on Wednesday night.

The D-Fenders had a hot start to the game, but allowing Idaho to shoot 56.0 percent from the floor in the first quarter would mean the D-Fenders would have to play catch up. As the game continued, Los Angeles would close the gap and eventually take the lead going into the second half. This lead would slip once again with two minutes left in the game, but Terrence Williams would make two jumpers allowing the D-Fenders to beat out the Stampede by just two points.

Manny Harris was a top performer in Wednesday’s game. He would have yet another double-double with 27 points and 15 rebounds, marking his fifth double-double of the season. Top contributors would include Brandon Costner with 22 points and eight rebounds, Terrence Williams with 20 points, and Travis Hyman with 10 points. The performances from the D-Fenders bench would also be a huge factor on Wednesday’s win. In total, the bench scored 48 points with 16 rebounds.

The D-Fenders are 18-12 and will look for their next win against the Reno Bighorns next Monday.

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