SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Kasib Powell scored 26 points to lead the Sioux Falls Skyforce to a 94-90 NBA Development League victory over the Utah Flash Saturday at the Sioux Falls Arena.

The loss was Utah's second straight on a two-game road swing to the Dakotas and dropped the Flash to 12-10 overall. Sioux Falls improved to 10-14.

Utah returns to the McKay Events Center in Orem on Monday, hosting the

Anaheim Arsenal at 7 p.m.

Trailing by eight points at the end of three quarters, the Flash clawed back to take an 82-81 lead on a three-pointer by Andre Ingram with 4:04 to play. From there, Sioux Falls scored the next eight points and kept Utah off the scoreboard for the next 3:22.

Kevin Kruger's fourth three-pointer cut the Skyforce lead to 92-90 with nine seconds left, but David Bailey made a pair of free throws one second later to seal the Sioux Falls victory.

Kruger scored 20 points to lead Flash scorers. Brian Hamilton chipped in 15 points for Utah, while James Lang and Ingram finished with 13 apiece. Utah Jazz assignee Kyrylo Fesenko scored 10 and blocked six shots and Britton Johnsen led Flash rebounders with eight.

Elton Nesbitt made 8-of-12 field goal attempts and scored 18 for Sioux Falls.