The College Park Skyhawks fell to the Capital City Go-Go for the second straight game 113-107 in NBA G-League action on Tuesday night in Washington.

The Go-Go jumped out to a 12-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back in the contest, leading by as much as 18 points in the second quarter before the Skyhawks used a late run to trail by only one by halftime.

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Seven turnovers were key in the third as Capital City pushed its lead back into double-digits, leading by no less than six points in the fourth quarter before landing the victory.

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The Skyhawks were led by Malik Ellison with a game-high of 26 points, Jalen Johnson with 24 and Justin Tillman with 22 points. Tillman also snagged 10 rebounds.

With the loss, College Park falls to an 0-6 record on the new season. They head to Westchester for a back-to-back series with the Knicks starting Thursday.

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The Skyhawks are the NBA G-League affiliate of the Atlanta Hawks, while the Go-Go are the G-League affiliate of the Washington Wizards.