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Singapore Slingers Reveal 2010-2011 New Roster - Sep 1, 2010


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The Singapore Slingers presented their new line up for the upcoming Asean Basketball League Season at a press conference, bringing back veteran imports Al Vergara and Kyle Jeffers (206-C-85, college: Oregon St.) together with local players Wong Wei Long, Hong Wei Jian, Steven Khoo, Pathman Matialakan and Desmond Oh from the previous season. Fresh on the roster this season are four new youngsters Ng Han Bin, Teo Chun Hoe, Tan Chin Hong and Lim Shengyu, together with imports Marcus Skinner and Leonidez Zapata Avenido.
This year, with local coach Neo Beng Siang taking charge, the Slingers have a bigger and taller line up as compared to the previous season.
Included in the roster this season are four new local players who will vie for spots in the regular line up when the season starts. NS men Ng Han Bin together with local students Tan Jin Hong and Teo Chun Hoe bring increased height to the team. Ng and Teo both stand at 1.92m tall while Tan is just barely shorter at 1.85m. Though young, Ng Han Bin has already built up quite a reputation locally as a shooter
New in the roster this season are the two imports Marcus Skinner and Leonidez Zapata Avenido. Skinner, the athletic American forward will replace Michael LeBlanc as the other imported big man next to Kyle Jeffers. Avenido, an experienced combo guard who hails from the Philippines will take over Australian Marcus Ng as the Slingers fourth imported player.
  




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