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Mad Ants celebrate D-League CHAMPIONSHIP

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Mad Ants team president Jeff Potter holds up the championship trophy while surrounded by the players Saturday after Fort Wayne defeated Santa Cruz 119-113 to win the NBA D-League title. For more, turn to Sports, Pages 1B, 10B.

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