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Tuesday, November 20

With just a few days before opening night, Tulsa66ers.com spoke with Tulsa native Will Creekmore for Tuesday's practice report. A 6-9 center out of Missouri State, Creekmore is one of the few returning players competing for a spot on the 66ers' opening night roster.

Born and raised in Tulsa, Creekmore talks about training camp, his offseason improvements and playing in front of his hometown.


Tulsa Center Will Creekmore
On playing in his hometown...
ďItís great. When I went to college [at Missouri State], I was three or four hours away from home so it was rare that my family and friends could see me play, but living in Tulsa now itíll be a great chance to play in front of my friends and family.Ē



The 66ers open the regular season at home against the Texas Legends on Friday, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. at the SpiritBank Event Center.

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Tulsa traveled to Carrolton, Texas, for a pair of neutral-site preseason games against the Erie BayHawks and Santa Cruz Warriors. Although Tulsa lost both contests, it provided the 66ers a chance to get some game action in before the start of the season.



The 66ers named Darko Rajakovic as their head coach on October 31. A native of Serbia, Rajakovic is the first head coach born outside of North American in NBA D-League history.

Daniel Orton was called up from Tulsa to the Oklahoma City Thunder on October 31, making him the first NBA D-League player to receive a GATORADE Call Up this season.



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