Thursday, November 15
The Tulsa 66ers get their first taste of game action this weekend when they head to the IAD Center in Carrolton, Texas for the Texas Legends Preseason Jamboree. The 66ers will take on the Erie BayHawks on Friday at 4:00 p.m. and the Santa Cruz Warriors at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday.
The preseason games will provide Tulsa with a chance to see its training camp roster compete against other competition and provide the coaching staff with critical insight as the roster deadline approaches. The 66ers roster, currently sitting at 16 players, needs to be trimmed down to 10 guys by November 21.
Tulsa Head Coach Darko Rajakovic spoke after practice with Tulsa66ers.com about this weekend's purpose and how the first six days of camp have gone.
Tulsa Head Coach Darko Rajakovic
On what he's looking for in Tulsa's preseason games:
"We’ve been practicing for six days with [the team] and this weekend will give us much more information on those guys and how they can go in a game situation. It’s a great opportunity for us to know those guys better and also for them to show their capability of being part of our team.”