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SBL Standings
 1. Dacin Tigers 21-9 
 2. Yulon Luxgen 19-11 
 3. Taiwan Beer 18-12 
 4. Fubon Braves 17-13 
 5. Pauian 14-16 
 6. KKL 9-21 
 7. Bank of Taiwan 7-23 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Eugene PHELPS
  KKL
  (198-F-90)
  Avg: 27.9
 1. Phelps, KKL27.9 
 2. Davis, Taiwan Beer21.0 
 3. Lamizana, Yulon L.19.8 
 4. Bhullar, Dacin Tigers19.7 
 5. McMorrow, Taiwan B.18.6 
 6. Davis, Pauian17.4 
 7. Nevill, Bank o.17.3 
 8. Zhou, Dacin Tigers14.8 
 9. O'Bryant, Fubon B.14.5 
Rebounds Per Game
 Liam MCMORROW
  Taiwan B.
  (218-C-87)
  Avg: 17.8
 1. McMorrow, Taiwan B.17.8 
 2. Phelps, KKL15.7 
 3. Bhullar, Dacin Tigers15.4 
 4. Nevill, Bank o.15.1 
 5. Davis, Taiwan Beer13.4 
 6. Davis, Pauian11.9 
 7. O'Bryant, Fubon B.11.9 
 8. Lamizana, Yulon L.9.4 
Assists Per Game
 Bryan DAVIS
  Taiwan Beer
  (206-C-86)
  Avg: 4.8
 1. Davis, Taiwan Beer4.8 
 2. Lin, Fubon Braves3.9 
 3. Wu, Dacin Tigers3.8 
 4. Lin, KKL3.6 
 5. Lee, Bank o.3.6 
 6. Chiang, Taiwan B.3.0 
 7. Zhou, Dacin Tigers3.0 
 8. Yu, Taiwan Beer2.9 
 9. Lamizana, Yulon L.2.8 
 10. Chen, Yulon Luxgen2.5 
Steals Per Game
 Bryan DAVIS
  Taiwan Beer
  (206-C-86)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Davis, Taiwan Beer2.7 
 2. Lin, KKL1.9 
 3. Peng, Pauian1.8 
 4. Ke, Yulon Luxgen1.7 
 5. Chien, KKL1.7 
 6. Lin, Pauian1.7 
 7. Lin, Fubon Braves1.5 
 8. O'Bryant, Fubon B.1.4 
 9. Lamizana, Yulon L.1.3 
 10. Davis, Pauian1.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Herve LAMIZANA
  Yulon L.
  (208-F/C-81)
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Lamizana, Yulon L.2.9 
 2. Bhullar, Dacin Tigers2.6 
 3. O'Bryant, Fubon B.2.3 
 4. Davis, Taiwan Beer2.0 
 5. Davis, Pauian1.9 
 6. Nevill, Bank o.1.1 
 7. Phelps, KKL1.1 
 8. Hung, KKL1.0 
 9. McMorrow, Taiwan B.1.0 

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Tsai Wei takes dunk title, All-Star Game ends in tie - Jan 22, 2017


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Eugene
Phelps
Fubon Braves forward Tsai Wen-Cheng (190-G/F-85), a last-minute replacement, yesterday beat out tough competition to win the Super Basketball League's (SBL) All-Star Game slam dunk contest at New Taipei City's Sinjhuang Gymnasium. Tsai Wen-Cheng thanked Fubon teammate Joseph Lin, younger brother of injury-plagued Jeremy Lin of the NBA's Brooklyn Nets, for serving balls courtside during the competition. Winning on points from successful tries, including a high-flying one-handed dunk and a reverse jam, 1.9m Tsai Wen-Cheng defeated Pauian Archiland forward Wang Lu-chih in the event's final. Tsai Wen-Cheng collected NT$20,000 in award money and was crowned Slam Dunk Champion, which surprised even his coach and Fubon teammates. He did not plan on entering the contest, but was persuaded at the last minute to replace Taiwanese-American T.J. Burke, who was injured in training on Friday. In the first round of the competition, Tsai Wen-Cheng and Wang eliminated challengers Kuo Shao-chieh of Bank of Taiwan and Huang Tsung-han of Taiwan Beer respectively. 'Most people, myself included, thought Kuo Shao-chieh had the best chance to win it, because he has good skills,' Tsai Wen-Cheng said. 'I had been practicing some trick shots, so today I thought I would push my limits and tried for a couple of high-flying slam dunks. T.J. Burke helped me with ideas on shots for the win,' he said. 'I would also like to thank Joseph Lin for serving me up some good balls,' Tsai Wen-Cheng added.
In the three-pointer competition, Taiwan Beer forward Yu Huan-Ya (183-G-93) defended his title from last year, coming out on top of a field of 12 marksmen. Yu's victory was only the second time in SBL history that one player has won consecutive titles for three-point shooting, following Lee Hsueh-lin in the third and fourth SBL seasons. Yu clinched the title by hitting the net for 18 points in the first round and 20 points in the second round, the best overall among all contestants.
In the All-Star Game, US import Phelps Eugene (198-F-90, college: Long Beach St.) of Kinmen Kaoliang outshined all other scorers with 43 points and was voted the game's Most Valuable Player, as the Red and White teams battled to a 123-123 draw. Red Team captain Bhullar Sim (226-C-92, college: N.Mexico St.) of Canada thrilled the crowd with an alley-oop dunk and an outside shot for three points in the first quarter in his starting assignment as big center to direct the offense. It was the third time in league history the All-Star Game ended in a tie.
Courtesy of: taipeitimes.com   




Xavier
Alexander
Slingers Win First Merlion Cup Game in Rout over Dinos, 89-69 - 29 days ago
The Singapore Slingers hadn't played in a long while, but were ready for their first game in the Merlion Cup 2017 against the Yulon Luxgen Dinos from Chinese-Taipei. It didn't look like the usual Singapore Slingers that fans had gotten used to see play in the OCBC Arena over the past two seasons. The regular faces like Xavier Alexander (198-G-88, college: S.Nazarene), Wong Wei Long, and Ng Hanbin (193-G/F-89) were there but it just felt a little off without having Justin Howard (209-C-81,...   [read more]

Ryan Wright
Slingers cruise to opening Merlion Cup win - 30 days ago
The Singapore Slingers used a balanced offence and scrappy defence to cruise to a straightforward 89-69 over Taiwan's Yulon Luxgen Dinos in their Merlion Cup 2017 game on Wednesday (Sep 20) at the OCBC Arena. Five Slingers scored in double figures, led by debutant centre Ryan Wright (206-C/F-87, college: Oklahoma) with 23 points. Fellow import Xavier Alexander (198-G-88, college: S.Nazarene) just missed out on a triple-double with 18 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists. The trio of Russel Lo...   [read more]

Keith
Langford
Shenzhen outscore Pauian in Macau - 1 month ago
Shenzhen - Pauian 86:74 Shenzhen Leopards secured the starting victory at the Super 8 tournament in Macau. They topped Pauian behind 22 points from Keith Langford (193-SG-83, college: Kansas). Leopards secured a 20:14 lead ten minutes into the game. The Chinese team maintained the lead throughout the second term. Shenzhen accumulated a 43:34 halftime advantage. Pauian reduced the deficit at 4-point mark at the final intermission. But Shenzhen kept the pressure throughout the fourth stan...   [read more]


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