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Globetrotters defeat Generals in Trenton

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Trenton, N.J. – The Washington Generals returned as the Harlem Globetrotters opponent this season. However, they continue to lose to the famous Harlem Globetrotters.

The Globetrotters defeated the Generals, 86-80, on Saturday night at the CURE Insurance Arena.

Animal dunking the basketball against the Washington Generals (Photo by Anthony Caruso III)

Animal dunking the basketball against the Washington Generals (Photo by Anthony Caruso III)

Cager, aka DeAndre Medlock, Generals center, dressed as an official and changed the score after the Globetrotters were leading. He made the score 160-78 with 1:10 left in the game.

The official changed the score to 78 all. The Globetrotters would go on an 8-2 run to end the game.

The Globetrotters led 78-70 with four minutes left in the game. They also led 76-67 with 6:34 left in the contest.

At the end of the third quarter, Porter “Primetime” Maberry scored on a dunk, with the assistance of two Globetrotters teammates, for a 70-59 lead. The Globetrotters led 66-57 in the third quarter with 45.7 seconds left.

The Generals trailed 61-54 with 6:37 left in the third quarter. The Globetrotters saw the Generals get within six points, 61-55, with 2:46 in the third.

The game was tied at 45 all at halftime. The Generals had a 45-43 lead with 30.6 seconds, before the Globetrotters made a basket to tie the game before halftime.

The game was also tied at 43 all with 1:25 left before halftime. The Globetrotters held a 41-39 lead with 2:13.

The Globetrotters had a 36-34 lead in the second quarter. They also had a 37-30 lead at the 7:22 mark in the second quarter.

The Generals had a 34-30 lead at the 8:34 mark in the second.

The Globetrotters had a 28-26 lead at the end of the first quarter. The game was tied at 20 all at 3:26 in the first quarter.

At the 4:11 mark in the first quarter, the Globetrotters led 18-16.


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