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BOISE -- it's the moment Stampede fans have been waiting for. With the hype building throughout the off season about the new and improved organization, the Stamps would put it on display in their home opener hosting Austin.

Near the end of the first quarter, a 3-point game became a 5-game, as Aubrey Coleman worked the give-and-go off the in bounds.

In the second, the Toros did it on both ends. First Patrick Sullivan came up with the block on Darrell Summers. The ball - once again - found the hands of Coleman, who blows past his man for the layup.

Later on Will Barton gave the Stamps a spark. Assigned to Idaho by the Portland Trailblazer, he competes the and one. He finished with 18.

After that, Summers chipped in with a pair of the nice take. Then Sean Evans got the hoop and the harm of his own.

Evans had a double-double, but the Stamps fall, 97-82.

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