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 3 Al Shurtah 0-2 
Last:2/20/2016
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 1. Derrick Tarver26.5 
 2. Issa Kamel23 
 3. Malcolm Battles23 
  
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2012 William Jones Cup: Japan snatch win over Jordan - Aug 21, 2012


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Takatoshi
Furukawa
Japan - Jordan 84:83

Japan clinched the second victory at William Jones Cup. They sneaked past Jordan for 2-2 record. Takatoshi Furukawa (190-G/F-87) delivered 23 points to lead the winners.
Japan posted a 16:13 lead after ten minutes of action. They unleashed 30 points in the second quarter to clear off. Japan established a 46:28 halftime advantage. Japan stayed in front throughout the third term. They entered the fourth frame up by 19 points 69:50. However Jordan almost came up with a miraculous comeback. They exploded with 33 points in the fourth frame and lost the game by a whisker. Kosuke Takeuchi (206-C/F-85) provided 18 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists for Japan. Makoto Hiejima (190-G-90) had 16 points for the winners. Wesam Al-Sous (183-PG-83) answered with 23 points for Jordan. Rasheim Wright (192-G-81, college: District of Col.) and Mahmoud Abdeen (189-PG-87) netted 12 points each in the loss.

Japan: Takatoshi Furukawa 23, Kosuke Takeuchi 18+10 boards, Makoto Hiejima 16
Jordan: Wesam Al-Sous 23, Rasheim Wright 12, Mahmoud Abdeen 12   




Mahmoud
Abdeen
Jordanian National Team 2017 - 22 days ago
0 Mahmoud Abdeen 191-PG-87 SM Beermen
1 Amin Abuhawwas 190-G-94 Al Riyadi
5 Sami Bzai 190-G-94 SE Oklahoma
10 Ahmad Obeid 200-F-90 Al Riyadi
12 Yousef Abuwazaneh 201-C-93 Al Riyadi
13 Mohammad Hussein 210-C-90 FUS Rabat
22 Malek Kanaan 182-G-93 Orthodox
23&nbs...  
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West Asian Basketball Championship tips off - 24 days ago
Jordan hosts the West Asian Basketball Association (WABA) Championship with an opening match against Syria on Sunday. The Kingdom is joined by Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Syria and Iran in the six-team tournament hosted at Fuheis Club. The points system will decide the zone champion and the top four will qualify to the 29th Asia Cup, to be held in Lebanon in August. Jordan first won the West Asia title in 2002   [read more]

Alex Legion
Fortituto Kontatto Bologna lands Alex Legion - 30 days ago
2) landed 29-year old Jordanian guard Alex Legion (195-88, college: FIU, agency: Octagon Europe) from Berme Viola Basket Reggio Calabria. In 17 Serie A2 games in Italy he averaged impressive 19.9ppg, 4.9rpg, 2.6apg and 1.8spg this season. The most of last season he spent at Arkadikos in Greek A1 where in 11 games he had 9.3ppg, 2.2rpg and 1.5apg. Legion also played earlier that season for El Jaysh in Qatari D1. In 8 games he recorded very remarkable stat...   [read more]


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