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D1 Standings
 1. Al Gharafa 1-0 
 2. Al Rayyan 1-0 
 3. El Jaysh 1-0 
 4. Qatar Club 1-0 
 5. Al Shamal 0-0 
 6. Al Wakrah 0-0 
 7. Al Ahli 0-1 
 8. Al Arabi 0-1 
 9. Al Khor 0-1 
 10. Al Sadd 0-1 
Full Standings
Points Per Game
  Avg: 25
 1. Justice, Qatar Club25.0 
 2. Spruill, Al Rayyan22.0 
 3. Doggett, Qatar Cl.20.0 
 4. Jereminov, Al Ahli18.0 
 5. Miljkovic, Al Ahli16.0 
 6. Bell, Al Rayyan14.0 
 7. Ngombo, Al Rayyan6.0 
 8. Abdelhaleem, Al Ra.6.0 
 9. Al-Khanji, Al Ra.4.0 
 10. Matalkeh, Al.4.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Quinton DOGGETT
  Avg: 21
 1. Doggett, Qatar Cl.21.0 
 2. Bell, Al Rayyan11.0 
 3. Spruill, Al Rayyan10.0 
 4. Ngombo, Al Rayyan10.0 
 5. Justice, Qatar Club8.0 
 6. Miljkovic, Al Ahli8.0 
 7. Abdelhaleem, Al Ra.6.0 
 8. Jereminov, Al Ahli4.0 
 9. Matalkeh, Al Ra.1.0 
 10. Al-Khanji, Al.0.0 
Assists Per Game
 Tanguy NGOMBO
  Avg: 8
 1. Ngombo, Al Rayyan8.0 
 2. Spruill, Al Rayyan6.0 
 3. Jereminov, Al Ahli6.0 
 4. Justice, Qatar Club3.0 
 5. Al-Khanji, Al Ra.1.0 
 6. Matalkeh, Al Ra.1.0 
 7. Miljkovic, Al Ahli1.0 
 8. Bell, Al Rayyan0.0 
 9. Abdelhaleem, Al Ra.0.0 
 10. Doggett, Qatar.0.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3
 1. Jereminov, Al Ahli3.0 
 2. Justice, Qatar Club3.0 
 3. Ngombo, Al Rayyan2.0 
 4. Miljkovic, Al Ahli1.0 
 5. Doggett, Qatar Cl.1.0 
 6. Spruill, Al Rayyan1.0 
 7. Bell, Al Rayyan0.0 
 8. Matalkeh, Al Ra.0.0 
 9. Abdelhaleem, Al Ra.0.0 
 10. Al-Khanji, Al.0.0 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1
 1. Miljkovic, Al Ahli1.0 
 2. Ngombo, Al Rayyan1.0 
 3. Bell, Al Rayyan0.0 
 4. Al-Khanji, Al Ra.0.0 
 5. Abdelhaleem, Al Ra.0.0 
 6. Jereminov, Al Ahli0.0 
 7. Spruill, Al Rayyan0.0 
 8. Matalkeh, Al Ra.0.0 
 9. Doggett, Qatar Cl.0.0 
 10. Justice, Qatar.0.0 
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Round 2 (Regular Season)

Al Khor 57% Dec.7 Al Sadd
Al Ahli 57% Dec.7 Al Arabi
Al Wakrah 56% Dec.6 Al Shamal
Qatar Club 55% Dec.6 Al Rayyan
Shamal vs Rayyan, Wakrah vs Al Sadd 6/11/2012 - Nov 7, 2012

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Boney Watson
Fresh from a 91-43 rout of Al Shamal on opening day, Al Sadd had their hands full last night but nevertheless pulled out a 67-65 squeaker over a stubborn Al Wakrah squad to garner its second win in as many outings at the resumption of Qatar Mens League at the Al Rayyan Indoor Sports Arena.

Michael Benjamin Southall sank a twinner off a feed by Abdulrahman Saad (183-F-96) to help the recent Emir Cup titleholders escape from a 65-all stand-off with 17 seconds remaining in the game.

Al Wakrah were looking good until the last minutes of the game, getting the upper hand in the early periods, 14-11, 34-23 and 52-44 but succumbed to pressure in the dying minutes as Abdulrahman carried Al Sadd back in the drivers seat at 60-59, 3:30 left in the game.

Khalid Salman spearheaded Al Sadds cause with 20 points and 4 rebounds while Olatokombo Ayeni led Al Wakrah with 27.

Earlier in the evening, defending champions Al Rayyan started their title defense on a high note as they went on a 31-6 run in the final quarter to carve a tournament high 65-point winning advantage at the expense of Al Shamal Sports Club.

Boney Watson (183-PG-78, college: Sam Houston St.) scattered 11 points in the late stage of the third canto to push Al Rayyan to a whopping 74-32 lead entering the fourth quarter.

Malik Salim Ambadi then led a final 10-minute scoring binge to push Al Rayyan to a 105-40 rout of the northerners.

Ambadi and Watson led Coach Brian Rawsoms boys with 30 and 28 points, respectively. Dauoda Egona scored 17 and tallied 12 rebounds for Al Shamal.

Today, Al Gharafa and El Jaish, winners in their first outings against separate opponents, go separate ways as they tangle at 5:00 pm, while Al Arabi tries to improve to 2-0 as they face Al Ahli in the main game at the Al Rayyan Indoor Sports Arena.
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Al Sadd signs Raymond Sykes, ex Hapoel B/S - 8 hours ago

Al Sadd Sports Club Doha (D1) signed 30-year old American power forward Raymond Sykes (206-100kg-86, college: Clemson, agency: Three Eye Sports). In his first game he scored 18 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and 3 assists. Despite his good performance his new team lost to Qatar Club 72-74. He played last season at Hapoel Beer Sheva in Israeli National League. Sykes managed to play in three leagues in two countries last year. In 5 National League games he had very impressive stats: 16.6ppg, 1...   [read more]

Dairese Gary
Al Khor inks Dairese Gary, ex Al Fateh !! - 20 hours ago

Al Khor (D1) signed 28-year old American point guard Dairese Gary (185-93kg-88, college: N.Mexico). He played last season at Al Fateh in Saudi Arabian SBL league. He helped them to win the cup and make to league semifinals. The previous (14-15) season Gary played at Somouha (Superleague) in Egypt. In 2012 (a year after he left the college) Gary was drafted by Los Angeles D-Fenders (D-League) in first round (16th overall). He attended University of New Mexico until 2011 and it is his sixth...   [read more]

Marcus Bell
Al Rayyan signs Marcus Bell, ex Sitra - 1 day ago

Al Rayyan Doha (D1) signed 26-year old American center Marcus Bell (206-102kg-90, college: CS Stanislaus). He already started the season at Sitra Club in Bahrain Premier League. Bell also played earlier that season for Uhud (SBL) in Saudi Arabian league. The other team he played shortly was US Ansar (Division I) in Tunisian league. Bell also spent pre-season at Denver-FAS San Salvador in Salvadorean Liga MB earlier that year where in four Premier League games he had very impressive stats:...   [read more]

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