66ers Climb Career Charts in 2010-11

Several Tulsa 66ers rewrote the organizationís career leader charts this past season. Larry Owens, Latavious Williams, Marcus Lewis and Cole Aldrich all stamped their names into the 66ers record books with successful seasons in 2010-11.

Owens, Williams and Lewis all completed their second seasons with the 66ers, while Aldrich (assigned player from the Oklahoma City Thunder) played in his first season in Tulsa.

Williams became Tulsaís all-time leading rebounder (710), overtaking Mike Hall (627, 2006-08). This past season, Williams led the 66ers with 8.6 rebounds per contest. On Dec. 16 against Fort Wayne, Williams posted a season-best 21 rebounds.

Williams also moved up the charts in career blocked shots, becoming Tulsaís third all-time leading blocker with 75 total over the past two seasons.

Larry Owens, who earned two GATORADE Call-Ups during the 2010-11 season, also used a big season to move up several career categories. Owens became Tulsaís all-time leader in steals (128), overtaking Jeremy Kelly and Will Conroy (both with 125). In 2010-11, Owens averaged 1.2 steals per game. Owens also became the organizationís all-time leader in minutes played (3,138). He averaged a team-best 30.7 minutes per contest during the past season.

Additionally, Owens moved into second all-time in points scored with 1,321. He trails first-place Desmon Farmer (1,423) and surpassed third-place Mike Hall (1,279). Owens averaged 12.4 points per game in 2010-11.

Owens also currently appears in the top five in career rebounds (third, 491), assists (fourth, 301) and games played (tied-third, 93).

Lewis appears in two career charts, including total rebounds (fourth, 406) and games played (fifth, 91).

Finally, Aldrich needed just one season to move into fourth all-time in career blocked shots with 55 swats in 2010-11.

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