(6/17) The Philadelphia Soul showed their championship mettle on Saturday night as they came back from a 12-point deficit in the final minute to shock the Albany Empire, 75-74, in front of 9,534 at the Times Union Center. ...
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Soul Score at the Death to Beat EmpireRyan McCarthy, ArenaFan.com
The Philadelphia Soul showed their championship mettle on Saturday night as they came back from a 12-point deficit in the final minute to shock the Albany Empire, 75-74, in front of 9,534 at the Times Union Center. Empire Lose Heartbreaker to Soul
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The Albany Empire (5-4) was defeated by the Philadelphia Soul (5-4) 75-74 Saturday night at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY in front of a crowd of 9,534. Digest (June 15): Brigade blast past Valor for seventh win
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