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East Asian Championship: Taiwan cruise past Macau - May 16, 2013


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Tsung-Hsien
Chang
Taiwan - Macau 108:32

Taiwan victoriously opened their East Asian Championship campaign. They fired past Macau for 1-0 record in Group A. Tsung-Hsien Chang (192-G-87) came up with 28 points to pace the winners.
Taiwan reeled off to a 28:9 lead after the starting period. They boosted the gap by 20 points in the second frame to secure a massive 52:13 halftime advantage. Taiwan remained in charge after the big break. They dropped 56 points in the second half to cruise to the victory at the end. Lin Chin-Pang connected for 17 points for Taiwan. Lin Kuan-Lun (187-PG-84) and Lin Yi-Hui (193-F-86) contributed 10 points each for the winners. Wu Ka Seng and Chi San Wong (175-PG-89) delivered 7 points apiece in the losing effort.

Taiwan: Tsung-Hsien Chang 28, Lin Chin-Pang 17, Lin Kuan-Lun 10, Lin Yi-Hui 10
Macau: Wu Ka Seng 7, Chi San Wong 7   




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