G-League Weekly Report 2/9-2/16

By DJ Harding –

In the past week leading up to the all star break there has been tons of G-League action. The G-League All-Star Game will take place on February 19th at 3pm ET.

Maine Celtics 

The Maine Celtics won back to back games against the Cleveland Charge with a 110-84 win on the 10th and a 116-105 win on the 11th. The Celtics now have a record of 13-7 which is third best in the Eastern Conference. Those two wins also make it five straight for the Celtics dating back to February 4th.

Long Island Nets

For the Nets they beat the College Park Skyhawks on February 11th to make it 11 wins in a row. They currently sit first in the eastern conference and with the best record in the league at 17-3 they last lost on January 6th to the Westchester Knicks. David Duke Jr is their lone All-Star playing for team Scoot.

Westchester Knicks

The Knicks would play four games in the past week splitting them going 2-2. They lost the first two games versus the Sioux Falls Skyforce 114-96 (February 10th) and the Raptors 905 124-123 (February 12th). Before winning their last two versus Raptors 905 113-104 (February 13th) and the Capital City Go-Go 111-109 (February 15th). The Knicks are at 8-11 which is 11th in the Eastern Conference.

Capital City Go-Go

Capital City would lose both of their matchups in the past week losing to the Wisconsin Herd 141-130 on February 10th and the Westchester Knicks 111-109 on February 15th. The Go-Go are currently 11-9 which is 5th in the Eastern Conference.

College Park Skyhawks

The Skyhawks lost the last two matchups in the past week. First to the Delaware Blue Coats 130-104 on February 13th and then to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants 141-135. The Skyhawks are currently 9-11 which is 9th in the Eastern Conference.

The G-League will return to action after the All-Star break on February 22nd. The Long Island Nets will return on the 22nd, The Capital City Go-Go will return on the 23rd, while the Maine Celtics Westchester Knicks and College Park Skyhawks all return on the 24th

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