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Posted: January 11th, 2013

The Erie BayHawks split two games in the NBA Development League Showcase in Reno. The BayHawks (10-6) beat the Texas Legends, 86-83, after losing 94-90 to the Bighorns (7-8)

The BayHawks have the second-best record in the D-League behind Texas (11-6). They is back home Saturday to play the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (9-10).

The Mad Ants are tied with the Canton Charge with the D-League’s longest current winning streak of six games.

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Posted: January 6th, 2013

The Erie BayHawks (9-5) are now atop the East Division after winning 110-104 at Springfield (4-10) on Saturday night. They have a half game lead on Maine (10-7).

D.J. Kennedy had 20 points in last night’s win for the BayHawks, who have won seven of their last eight games. The BayHawks’ next two games will be in Reno at the NBA Development League Showcase.

They play the host Bighorns and the Texas Legends.

Posted: January 5th, 2013

Former Gannon University standout Kyle Goldcamp had 16 points off the bench in leading the Erie BayHawks past the Maine Red Claws, 98-85, Saturday at the Portland Expo. Erie (8-5) is just a half game behind Maine (10-6) in the East Division.

The BayHawks play at Springfield (4-9) today.

Posted: January 3rd, 2013

The Erie BayHawks will try to do a better job on the glass in tonight’s game at Maine. The BayHawks allowed 25 offensive rebounds in their last game that ended in an 106-84 loss against the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.

Posted: December 30th, 2012

The Erie BayHawks had their five-game winning streak snapped in an 106-84 loss to Fort Wayne at Erie Insurance Arena on Saturday night.

The Mad Ants (5-10) won their first road game in seven tries and avenged a season-opening loss to the BayHawks (7-5). Ron Howard and Tony Mitchell each had 26 points to lead Fort Wayne while Henry Sims scored a team-high 22 points for the BayHawks.

Posted: December 29th, 2012

The Erie BayHawks were part of the top two plays of the D-League Top 5 Plays of the Week for Dec. 17-24.

No. 2. Mychel Thompson’s reverse lay up at Springfield. The BayHawks won 127-119.

No. 1. Boston Celtics rookie 7-footer Fab Melo blocked a D-League single-game record 14 shots for the Maine Red Claws against BayHawks. Erie won the game, 85-78.

Me personally, the best play of them all is No. 3: JaJuan Johnson, who used to play for the Boston Celtics, served up a facial on Melo.

Nasty.

Posted: December 29th, 2012

D.J. Kennedy scored 22 points to lead the Erie BayHawks to a fifth consecutive win, 105-91, at Erie Insurance Arena on Friday night. The BayHawks (7-4) have the longest active winning streak in the D-League.

Demonte Harper had a season-high 18 points off the bench for the BayHawks, who shot 10-of-20 from 3-point range. Cory Joseph led the Toros (7-6) with 21 points. Last season, Austin eliminated Erie in the first round of the D-League playoffs.

The BayHawks play Fort Wayne tonight at 7 at Erie Insurance Arena. The Indiana Pacers have sent down Miles Plumee and Orlando Johnson to the Mad Ants (4-10), who have added former Clevleand Cavaliers forward Luke Harangody. Fort Wayne also has the top pick from the 2012 D-League draft in JaJuan Johnson.

Posted: December 27th, 2012

The Erie BayHawks take a four-game winning streak into Friday night’s game against defending D-League champion Austin at Erie Insurance Arena.

The Toros beat the BayHawks in the first round of the 2012 D-League playoffs en route to winning the league title.

Posted: December 27th, 2012

The Erie BayHawks have won four straight games with the final two being on the road against Springfield and Maine. Here’s a look at highlights from both games.

Posted: December 16th, 2012

The Erie BayHawks pulled out a thrilling 101-100 win against the Maine Red Claws on Sunday at Erie Insurance Arena. Here’s the exciting finish.

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