After stumbling out of the gates with a first game of the season loss to the Sugarland Imperials, the Enid Outlaws bounced back with a 126-112 win over the Beaumont Panthers.
In their debut season, Enid won the TBL Championship, also posting the best record in TBL history, 33-3. The Outlaws’ Lindy Waters III made it to the NBA after his time in Enid and started for the Thunder Wednesday night. Although losing Waters and reigning league MVP Chance Comanche, Enid added new firepower to their roster for 2022.
Ricardo Artis II joins Enid for the 2022 campaign. Artis averaged 22 points and 6 rebounds per game with the Dallas Skyline in 2021. Artis won player of the in Sunday’s Enid win over Beaumont, dropping 33 points and 9 rebounds.
Also joining the Enid Outlaws is rookie guard Kadavion Evans. Evans has played for LSU-Shreveport and UL-Lafayette in the past and will make an immediate impact in Year 1.
Dynamic scorer Daylon (Chuck) Guy comes over to Enid from the Atlanta Empire. Guy was fourth in the TBL in scoring in 2021, averaging 26.2 PPG.
Returning from the 2021 Enid Outlaws are the familiar faces of Devin Harris and Omega Harris.
Enid plays two games this weekend at the Stride Bank Center.
Friday, March 11 @ 7 PM vs. Potawatomi Fire
Sunday, March 13 @ 4 PM vs. Waco Royals