OREM — The Utah Flash lost a hard-fought, 95-92 battle Friday night with the Anaheim Arsenal.

Despite holding Anaheim to shooting just 40.7 percent from the floor, the Arsenal won the rebounding battle 49-35 — a 20-7 edge in offensive rebounds.

"We let a team come into our gym and get 20 offensive rebounds," Flash coach Brad Jones said. "And they're not known for being a great offensive rebounding team. It's kind of embarrassing."

Trailing by three with 3.2 seconds to go, Utah forward Brian Jackson threw the ball right to Anaheim guard Mo Charlo to end the game.

Anaheim guard Guillermo Diaz led all scorers with 25 points. Four other Anaheim players and five of the Flash finished in double figures.