Marcus Lewis scored 22 points to lead the Tulsa 66ers in a 109-96 win over the Austin Toros in the team's home opener Saturday at the Convention Center.
The 66ers (4-1) trailed by eleven after the first period and by 12 midway through the second period before going on an 18-to-6 run to tie the game on Dwight Buycks' lay-up with 3:15 until halftime.
Tulsa would lead 63-61 at the break and would take control with a 9-0 run to begin the fourth period.
Joining Lewis in double figures for Tulsa was Jerome Dyson with 19, Buycks with 18, Ryan Reid with 14 and Xavier Alexander with 11.
Justin Dentmon led Austin (2-1) with 22 points.
Tulsa will make the return trip to Austin Wednesday. The next home game for the 66ers is December 16th against Reno.
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