The Tulsa 66ers returned home for the first time since December 3rd on Friday, hosting the Reno Bighorns.
Three of the 66ers best players were absent from the game, as they were competing in different NBA training camps across the country.
Former Kansas Jayhawk Brady Morningstar stepped up, scoring 21 points. A total of five Tulsa players scored in double-figures, but it wasn't enough to top Reno.
Christopher Ayer lead all scorers with 28 points, as the Bighorns had a total of six players in double-figures.
Tulsa turns around and takes the court again on Saturday, when they host Springfield. Tip-off is at 7 P.M. from the Convention Center.