TULSA -- Former ORU forward Marcus Lewis is having an all-star season but his Tulsa 66ers continue to slump. Maine topped the 66ers 86-84 Tuesday evening at the Tulsa Convention Center.
Lewis posted another double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds (both game-high's.)
The 66ers played without D-League all-star guard Jerome Dyson who suffered a leg injury in Sunday's loss at Sioux Falls.
Tulsa (16-20) is now 9 & 1/2 games out of first place and tied with Idaho for last in the Western Conference.
Former Edison star and recent 66ers addition Will Creekmore played 5:22 in his second appearance. Creekmore was 1-3 from the floor, finishing with 2 points.
Tulsa plays again tomorrow at Austin.
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