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Slam win tenth straight

Slam win tenth straight

Bellingham Slam's Mo Anderson Photo: KPUG/Courtesy of Bellingham Slam

Mo Anderson’s game-high 26 points and Blake Poole’s game-high 20 rebounds powered the Bellingham Slam to a tenth straight win, defeating the Seattle Flight, 115-106, in International Basketball League action Saturday in Seattle.

Anderson collected three rebounds, while Poole added 16 points. Anderson and Poole also shared a team-high seven assists.  Jacob Stevenson chipped-in 16 points.

Bellingham (11-2) shot 48.3% as a team and held Seattle to 38.8% shooting, along with forcing 19 turnovers.

The Slam return to the hardwood Friday, June 13 against the Lone Star Strikers at Blaine High School, with tip-off set for 7 p.m.

(KPUG Newsroom – Tysen Allumbaugh)

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