Press release from the Mad Ants:
Mad Ants Waive Kramer Due to Injury
Team Acquires Goods
(December 8, 2010)- The Fort Wayne Mad Ants announced today that they have signed Anthony Goods and have waived Chris Kramer due to an Injury. Kramer suffered a knee sprain in the Ants road victory over the Springfield Armor on Saturday night.
Goods, a 6-3 guard from Stanford, was a member of the Mad Ants training camp roster and was waived on November 18th. Goods scored 7 points in the Ants pre-season game against the Erie BayHawks.
Kramer is expected to miss 2-3 weeks of action due to his injury. Goods will be active on the Ants roster for this weekend’s double header against the Texas Legends.
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