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March 12, 2006

Matchup -- Blast (15-8) @Milwaukee Wave (14-8)

Time -- 2:05 p.m.

Radio -- 680 AM

Outlook -- A Blast win and/or a Philadelphia loss would clinch a Baltimore playoff spot. This is the final meeting between the Blast and Milwaukee, and a Wave victory would give it the edge (4-2) in the season series and the tiebreaker for second place if the two teams finish tied. The Blast will be without No. 2 scorer Giuliano Celenza, who didn't travel with the team yesterday and missed practice all week with an illness. Recently signed Dante Washington (Oakland Mills) went on the trip for the Blast and could play for the first time. The Blast's Adauto Neto (50 points) has been on a roll lately and is second in the league in scoring. Milwaukee's Greg Howes (52) is the league's top scorer, and Todd Dusosky (42) gives the Wave some more offensive punch.

Jeff Seidel

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