With the regular season winding down, the Shreveport Mavericks are home for a pair of games Friday and Saturday at the Centenary Gold Dome.
Shreveport (14-6) faces the Enid Outlaws (18-2) Friday and the Waco Royals (5-15) Saturday. Both games tip off at 7:05 p.m.
Shreveport is currently third in The Basketball League’s Central Division. The Houston Push leads at 19-1 and Enid is second.
The Mavericks will be on the road for their final two regular-season games June 25 against Waco and June 27 against the Midtown Prestige.
Friday’s game is Shreveport’s first home game in June.
The Mavericks went 2-2 on a four-game road swing that started with a 126-86 loss to Houston on June 4. They followed that with victories over the Dallas Skyline, 121-109, on June 7, and Omaha’s Finest 129-124 on June 11.
The trip concluded with another loss to Houston, 143-114, on June 13.
Shreveport’s AJ Mosby, a 6-foot-3 guard, and Paul Parks, a 6-4 guard, rank ninth and 10th, respectively, in the league in scoring. Mosby is averaging 25.0 points and Parks 24.8.
Enid’s Chance Comanche, a 6-10 forward who has played in the NBA’s G League, leads the league with a 27.7 average. He is also second in rebounds at 13.2 per game.
Mosby is sixth in the league in assists at 6.3 per game.
Enid’s Charlie Marquardt leads the league in 3-pointers with 80.