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Report: Leeds Force 83-101 Bristol Flyers

Bristol Flyers scored 101 points on the road as they cruised to a 83-101 victory away at Leeds Force.

Report courtesy of bbl.org.uk

Hameed Ali netted 24 points in the win and dished out seven assists with Brandon Boggs adding a further 20 points to improve Flyers' record to 8-12.

Leeds produced a 7-0 run to lead 14-11 in the first, but the visitors ended the period with an 8-0 run to surge ahead. The Flyers continued to extend their advantage with an 11-2 burst with Boggs scoring seven points.

Bristol led by 15 at the half and the gap marginally increased by the end of the third as the visitors remained in firm control.

Leeds closed to within 11 early in the fourth, but a 13-2 run from the Flyers saw them pull away again before surpassing the century mark with a three from Lewis Pettitt.

Jermaine Sanders posted a double-double of 30 points and 10 rebounds for Force as they fall to 4-14 in the league.

Tickets are now on sale for Bristol Flyers next home game against Glasgow Rocks this coming Saturday, February 11th (7.30pm) at the WISE Arena, click here to buy tickets online.

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