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Lodi Flames take McDonald’s Classic basketball title amid controversial ending

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Posted: Monday, December 12, 2011 12:00 am

The Lodi Flames boys basketball team captured the McDonald's Classic on Saturday night in a heated and controversial fashion. Up 69-61 with under five minutes remaining in the final against McNair, the Flames would see the game called by the referees when a fan would not leave the game after exhibting unruly behavior, according to Lodi coach Dave Nutting.

"It was an interesting game," Nutting said. "It was sad that that had to happen. I don't know what the (fans) did. Let the kids play, they're there to cheer and that's it."

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