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RECAP: Motor City Cruise Defeat Ontario Clippers 106-93

A strong 12-0 fourth quarter run anchored the Motor City Cruise to their second victory of the season.

DETROIT, MI – A strong 12-0 fourth-quarter run anchored the Motor City Cruise to their second victory of the season.

Why It Matters

The Motor City Cruise snapped a five-game losing streak with this victory over the Ontario Clippers. After losing Sunday's matchup, the Cruise were able to split with the double-digit victory on Monday.

  • The Cruise pushed the lead to double digits with a 12-0 fourth-quarter run.
  • The Clippers struggled to stop the Cruise from scoring, allowing them to shoot 52% from the field.
  • Motor City found a strong scoring balance with five players in double figures.

Motor City Cruise By The Numbers

  • Keifer Sykes led the Cruise with 27 points and 6 assists.
  • The Cruise pushed the lead to double digits with a 12-0 fourth-quarter run.
  • After a career-high 39 points on Sunday, the Cruise limited Keaton Wallace to 12 points on Monday.

The Big Picture

The Motor City Cruise gained some much-needed momentum snapping a five-game losing streak and improving their regular season record to 2-7. With one more road game Thursday, the Cruise can end this away stretch with newfound confidence before heading back home.

What's Next

The Cruise play the South Bay Lakers Thursday, January 19 in their final game of a three-game road trip.

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