Springfield Armor

Armor backcourt hits 46 points in win over 87ers

The Armor won their second straight for the first time this year --and third in their last six-- Saturday, beating the Delaware 87ers 115-112 with three players --Darius Johnson-Odom, Willie Reed and Larry Anderson-- are scoring 20 or more.

DJO continues hot shooting in Springfield

Darius Johnson-Odom continued his high scoring ways and Adonis Thomas got back on track after two mediocre outings and the Armor defeated the Knicks affiliate, the Erie Bayhawks, 115-105, in front of a season-high home crowd of 4,548 Friday.

Former Net, Sundiata Gaines acquired by Armor

Former Nets starting guard Sundiata Gaines was acquired by the Nets' D-League affiliate, the Springfield Armor in a small trade.

Armor, unlike Nets, can't get on a winning path

Like the parent club, the Armor (6-17), started slowly but unlike the Nets, they've stayed slow, despite having most of their best players back from the last two years. Friday night, it was the same story.

Horner excels but Armor lose again to Erie

The Erie BayHawks, the Knicks D-League affiliate, led by as many as 24 Thursday, but the Springfield Armor (6-16), led by former New Jersey Net Dennis Horner, cut the lead to one before falling 100-94 Thursday night in Erie. Horner scored 26.

Who NBA players follow on Twitter?

Hoopshype did an analysis of who NBA players follow on Twitter. It's all public so they went through them, apparently threw them up at a spreadsheet, then ranked them. At the top of the 100 most popular is NBA.com. The rest? A hodgepodge.

Armor auditioning for 10-day contracts?

As of Tuesday, the Nets will have an open roster spot and an ability to sign a 10-day contract. No one's saying that the Nets will call up anyone soon ... or that they'll limit themselves to the Springfield roster. But there are prospects.

Adonis Thomas leads Armor to upset win

The Armor had their most satisfying win of the season Friday as they beat East-leading Canton and their top NBA prospects all played well. Adonis Thomas, the 6'7" swingman, finished with 23 and six, continuing his hot streatk.

Poor defense hurting Armor

The Armor's defensive woes continued on the road Wednesday when they lost 124-112 to the Erie Bayhawks, in Erie. Five Armor players finished in double figures, led by 20 points efforts from Willie Reed and Darius Johnson-Odom. Adonis Thomas had 14.

Johnson-Odom, Thomas combine for 52 in Armor win

Adonis Thomas, the Nets 6'7" project, scored 25 points, his best game in Springfield, and Darius Johnson-Odom, who the Nets added to the Armor roster last week, scored 27, continuing his hot shooting as the Nets affiliate beat the Delaware 87ers.

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