Idaho Beats Reno 108-80 to stay Undefeated
BOISE, Idaho -- The Idaho Stampede defeated the Reno Bighorns 108-80 for their third consecutive win. The victory keeps the Stampede unbeaten in the West Division of the NBA Development League.
The Stampede took a 13 point lead into halftime after Dee Bost knocked down a 3-pointer just before the halftime buzzer. Idaho controlled the third quarter, extending their lead 82-65. Reno closed the deficit to 10 points early in the fourth but the Stampede slowly pulled away.
Idaho was led by Richard Howell, who posted his third consecutive double-double with 23 points and 12 rebounds. Pierre Jackson pitched in with 20 points and five assists. Dee Bost added 14 points and eight assists as five Stampede players scored in double digits.
The Bighorns, who out-rebounded the Stampede 56-47, were led by Mo Charlo with 19 points and eight rebounds. K.C. Rivers added 15 points while Reginald Larry grabbed 11 rebounds off the bench.
Idaho is back in action on Friday, December 6 when they visit the Springfield Armor. The game will be the first of an eight game road trip.
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