The Springfield Armor continue to finish their season strong with a 95-86 victory over the Canton Charge. The Armor were led by Larry Anderson, who dropped a team-high 19 points on Canton, nine of which came in the third quarter.
Springfield started the game from behind, trailing Canton by six after one. The Armor shot 1-of-11 from beyond the arc in the first half, but they got hot enough towards the end of the half to cut the lead to two, 46-44. L.D Williams led the Armor's come back in the second quarter, scoring nine points on four-of-nine shooting.
The Armor were 3-9 entering last night's contest when trailing at the end of the first half, but their comeback in the second quarter turned into a lead in the third. On the back of Larry Anderson, the Armor took the lead as they outscored the Charge 32-18 in the third frame. The Armor's stifling defense only allowed the Charge to take 15 shots in the third quarter as they built a 76-64 lead.
Springfield would go up by as much as 14 in the final frame before the Charge would battle back and cut the deficit to four. Although, Anderson would knock down three free throws in the final minutes to put the game away. Willie Reed went for a double-double in the team's final game at home, scoring 14 points and pulling down 16 rebounds. Big man Jeff Foot went for 13 points on 7-of-13 shooting.
The Armor have now won 20 games, their second most in franchise history, second to the 2011-2013 Eastern Division Champions, who won 30 games. The Armor finish their season with a five-game road trip, but end their season at home with their first sell-out in team history.