Little Rock, Arkansas – 4/11: The Enid Outlaws (2-0) traveled to Little Rock, Arkansas for their second game of opening weekend. Both the host Little Rock Lightning (1-1) and the Outlaws struggled to get things going in the early part of the first quarter. Leading 7-4 with 6:13 remaining in the opening stanza, the Outlaws went on a run. By the time the buzzer sounded ending the quarter, the Outlaws led 25-7.

The second quarter saw the Outlaws expand the lead to 55-26. Seven different Enid players scored in the period.

Enid opened their largest lead of the game, 74-43, with 4:48 remaining in the 3rd quarter when Kyle Steward nailed a baseline 3-point shot. The Outlaws did not score for the next three and a half minutes. Tavares Sledge made four free throws to close out the period with the Outlaws leading 78-53.

The fourth quarter had the teams exchanging baskets, with the Outlaws outscoring Little Rock 19-18 during the period. Final score Enid 97- 71.

Chance Comanche, a 6’10 post player, led the way for the Outlaws with 28 points and 14 rebounds. Comanche was 12-18 from the field with several thundering dunks. It was Comanche’s first double-double of the season. Wayne Runnels finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Tavares Sledge finished with 11 points, going 6-6 from the free throw line. Ten players scored for the Outlaws.

The Lightning were led by a trio of players. Percell Washington (14), Deonta Terrell (14), and Jordan Talbert (12). Washington led the Lightning with 6 rebounds.

Enid out rebounded Little Rock 53-40. The Outlaws were 33-66 (50%) from the field, and 11-22 (50%) from beyond the 3pt. arc. The hosts shot 30.8% from the field and 14.3% from the three. Little Rock was 20-25 from the FT line while the Outlaws were 20-30.

The Outlaws travel to Houston, Texas on Friday to face the Houston Push (2-0). The Push are owned by former NBA All-Star, Steve Francis. Moochie Norris, another former NBA player, is the Head Coach for the Push. Francis and Norris were teammates with the Houston Rockets.