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YTE champions of YOU-C 1000 basketball - Aug 6, 2018


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Udun Osakue
YTE emerged champions of the YOU-C 1000 Basketball Cup after a hard-fought 80-77 win over Fu Zhou Shiyyi Association in an enthralling final at the Brunei Basketball Association Court in Batu Bersurat last night. YTE foreign import Udun Osakue (198-F-92, college: San Francisco St.) started the points rolling for his side and his heroics was equally matched by Fu Zhou Shiyyi Association's own foreign import Michael Fey (213-F/C-83, college: UCLA). Terrell Carter II (203-C) of YTE found the Fu Zhou defence tough to break but in the end managed to find a way to make a two-pointer before Lim Aik Hock extended his side's lead. Osakue cleverly left the ball behind with Carter behind in a move which took a few Fu Zhou players out of the equation who were defending the former allowing the latter with the simplest of tasks to guide the ball into the hoop. He continued his individual brilliance with a fine assist for Eric Navarro before Fu Zhou responded with a two-point play through Lim Liang Wei. Wei looked destined to bury a two-pointer but a crucial block denied him and subsequently a fast break occurred as Osakue ferried another wonderful assist which was gleefully accepted by E Requintin. However, Fu Zhou finished strongly at the end of the first quarter as Josh White made a five-point play to ensure that both sides enter the second quarter locked at 20-20. White had called for the ball which he accepted from a pass by Don Mordeno and his fine work resulted in another trey with virtually no time left on the clock. Osakue started the second quarter in a similar fashion as the first after he was left with an empty court before winning a rebound at the other end of the court illustrating his all-around play. Fey powered his way into the painted area to ensure his team draw level before Carter made two points amid pressure from Fey. Carter won his side a free throw with the insurance of a two-point play to extend his team's lead to four points. YTE raced to a 14-point lead heading into the second half which was the widest margin that they had established all game after Osakue dropped a three-pointer.
Courtesy of: borneobulletin.com.bn   



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