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Tamir Goodman's First Two Games

Dunkin is still on the roster, thankfully.

Well, he's probably not on pace to make the PBL All-Star Game just yet.

In game one, a 92-89 home loss to the Wilmington Sea Dawgs, Tamir "was primarily used as the Nighthawks back-up point guard and played 12:28 minutes but did not attempt a shot."

In game two, a 145-121 road loss at the Reading Raiders, Tamir was also scoreless in 10 minutes, recording 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals for a triple double of sorts. The game lowered raised kept his scoring average at 0.0 points.

One of the other recently signed international attractions, Thai phenom Ratdech "J.O." Kruatiwa, started and scored, you guessed it, 0 points in 15 minutes in the loss to the Raiders.

Curiously, the Nighthawks' current roster shows neither the Tyron Alimoe" "The Black Widow" Evans, a streetballing legend who was introduced the same day as Tamir, nor Randy "White Chocolate" Gill, the team's emotional leader.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 10, 2008; 3:25 PM ET
Categories:  Minor League Basketball  
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