Dodge City Drops First Game of Road Trip
For the first half of Thursday night's game against the Northeast Pennsylvania Breakers, the Legend looked unstoppable, building up a 72-50 halftime lead. But in a torrid second-half comeback, the Breakers overcame the deficit to down the Legend 120-119 on a buzzer-beater by Corey Hightower.

Jermaine Williams battles the Breaker's Steve Castleberry
Dodge City outscored NEPA 23-33 in the first quarter, and 39-27 in the second, but the breakers turned the tables in the third, outscoring the Legend 36-17.

Dodge City was led by Renaldo Major with 20 points, James Reeves scored 19 and had nine rebounds, and Julian Banks had 14 points. Lazarus Sims had nine assists, and scored 12 points, while Deng Gai blocked six shots and scored six.

Leading scorer for the Breakers was Lennox McCoy with 34 poiints.

Dodge City's 7-9 center, Sun Ming-Ming saw his first action of the season, playing 2:25 at the end of the second quarter. Ming-Ming looked good on the floor, seeming to have overcome his ankle injury, and will likely see increased playing time in upcoming games.