Vipers’ win streak snapped; League suspends play

Chris Clemons’ 3-point shot at the buzzer missed its mark and the RGV Vipers fell in a wildly exciting 128-126 contest to the Iowa Wolves on Wednesday at Bert Ogden Arena. “At the end of the day, we were in that situation because of the way we played the first 24 minutes, not the last 24 minutes,” Vipers head coach Mahmoud Abdelfattah said. “Chris got a good look and took the shot. We’ve just got to bring it all 48 minutes.” That has been a common comment from Abdelfattah throughout the season that looked as if it had been cured during the previous few games. Read the full story at themonitor.com.

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