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 1. South China 6-1 
 2. Winling 6-1 
 3. Dongfang 5-2 
 4. Slam 4-3 
 5. Travel Assoc. 4-3 
 6. South Green 2-5 
 7. Eagle 1-6 
 8. Fujian 0-7 
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 1 Singapore S. 8-4 
 2 Saigon H. 8-4 
 3 Formosa D. 8-5 
 4 SM Beermen 6-2 
 5 Macau 6-4 
 6 CLS Knights 5-7 
 7 Hong Kong ELL 5-9 
 8 Westports MD 4-4 
 9 Mono Vampire 4-7 
 10 Zhuhai 2-10 
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Points Per Game
 Anthony TUCKER
  Macau
  (193-G-89)
  Avg: 28.4
 1. Tucker, Macau28.4 
 2. Singletary, Mono V.26.2 
 3. Hughes, Saigon H.24.9 
 4. McKinney, Macau24.4 
 5. Balkman, SM Be.24.4 
 6. Fields, Singapore S.24.1 
 7. Elliott, Hong K.23.9 
 8. Esho, CLS Knights23.7 
 9. Ferguson, Hong K.23.3 
 10. Watkins, Macau22.9 
Rebounds Per Game
 Ryan WATKINS
  Macau
  (206-C/F-91)
  Avg: 15.8
 1. Watkins, Macau15.8 
 2. Barone, Saigon H.14.3 
 3. Balkman, SM Be.13.0 
 4. Bell, Zhuhai12.6 
 5. Deguara, Hong K.11.9 
 6. Singletary, Mono V.11.3 
 7. Fields, Singapore S.11.3 
 8. Ferguson, Hong K.11.0 
 9. Artino, Formosa D.10.9 
 10. Ramos, SM Beermen10.5 
Assists Per Game
 Anthony TUCKER
  Macau
  (193-G-89)
  Avg: 8.9
 1. Tucker, Macau8.9 
 2. Alexander, Singapor.8.9 
 3. Brickman, Mono V.8.7 
 4. Alvano, SM Beermen6.4 
 5. McKinney, Macau6.4 
 6. Elliott, Hong K.5.6 
 7. Miller, Formosa D.5.2 
 8. Young, Singapore S.5.0 
 9. Hughes, Saigon H.5.0 
 10. Brandon, CLS K.4.6 
Steals Per Game
 Xavier ALEXANDER
  Singapor.
  (198-G-88)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Alexander, Singapor.2.7 
 2. Young, Singapore S.2.6 
 3. Eversley, Westport.2.5 
 4. Hughes, Saigon H.2.3 
 5. McKinney, Macau2.1 
 6. Glass, Formosa D.2.0 
 7. Singletary, Mono V.1.9 
 8. Brandon, CLS K.1.9 
 9. Esho, CLS Knights1.8 
 10. Brickman, Mono V.1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Nnanna EGWU
  Westports MD
  (211-F/C-92)
  Avg: 2.1
 1. Egwu, Westports MD2.1 
 2. Balkman, SM Be.2.0 
 3. Ferguson, Hong K.1.9 
 4. Bell, Zhuhai1.9 
 5. Fields, Singapore S.1.8 
 6. Young, Singapore S.1.3 
 7. Barone, Saigon H.1.3 
 8. Deguara, Hong K.1.3 
 9. Miller, Formosa D.1.1 
 10. Artino, Formosa D.1.0 

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SM Beermen 71% Jan.18 Macau
Long Lions Stamp Class on Heat Anew, Enter ABL Finals - Apr 9, 2017


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Eduard
Torres
With hopes of extending their semifinal series against the Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions to a decider, the Saigon Heat gave it everything they could in Game 2 on Saturday, April 8, even after they had their life sucked out of them after a deflating Game 1 loss. But in the end, the Long Lions' talent outclassed the resilient Heat in Game 2, 86-79 at the CIS Arena in Ho Chi Minh City to sweep the series and march to the championship round of the 2016-17 ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) season. After trailing by as much as eight points, the Long Lions flipped the switch in the second half, riding on the efforts of Tyler Lamb (196-G-91, college: Long Beach St.) and Josh Boone (208-F/C-84, college: Connecticut). Lamb poured nine of his 26 points (50 FG%) as the Long Lions took control. Boone tallied 27 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 blocks, helping his team dominate the interior. Marcus Elliott, despite shooting only 5-of-19 from the field, still finished with 18 points, 7 boards, and 6 dimes. 'It's a super tough game. We flew in this morning. It was tough. Everything came from our defense. They outscored us at the halftime, but we came back with the right attitude and effort. Luckily, some shots fell and we took a lead that was enough,' Long Lions head coach Eduard Torres said. Saigon wisely let Hong Kong play to the Heat's pace early, being deliberate and playing solid defense to not let the visitors gain rhythm. Moses Morgan (198-SF-92, college: CS Fullerton) carried the fight from the start, being more locked in on offense as he drained long range shot after long range shot. The Heat then took advantage of the time Lamb and Elliott were seated on the bench in the second quarter, building as high as an eight-point lead at 36-28 after David Arnold (188-SG, college: Mont.St.-Billings) racked up back to back triples. The Long Lions were able to respond immediately; after sending the starters back on the floor, Hong Kong tied the game at 41 apiece. Later, they opened the third frame with an 8-0 run to take the lead. The top-seeded side tightened up defensively too, holding the Heat down to just a single field goal for a span of seven minutes. Not long after, the game began to slip away, with the Heat's indecisiveness and turnovers leading to more breaks for Hong Kong. 'We just locked in, gave ourselves a little pep talk and that's what all it took,' Elliott said. The Long Lions maintained a double-digit cushion in the final quarter until the Heat tried to pull off one last try to save their season. Down by nine, 81-72 with only 2:20 remaining, Arnold hit a three while Jordan Henriquez-Roberts (214-C-89, college: Kansas St., agency: Babcock Sports) scored inside to cut the gap down to just 81-78. The Heat had a golden opportunity to score as Henriquez deflected a pass in the next possession, but Arnold's pass to Lenny Daniel in the ensuing play went too high. Elliott made Saigon pay on the other end after that miscue, converting on a driving lay-up which pushed Hong Kong to safety. 'We just had to weather the storm. Every team is going to have spurts to take the momentum but you can't take on that mentally, just have to weather it,' Elliott said. Daniel wrapped up his season top-scoring for the Heat with 22 points (9-of-13 FG). He added 11 rebounds and 5 assists. Arnold himself played the game of his life in spite of a loss, contributing 22 points on 7-of-13 shooting and 50% shooting from deep. Morgan had 17 points of his own including five triples. For the third straight year, the Heat exit the playoffs unable to book a win. 'They showed the difference between a winning team and a team that's trying to win. They made all the right plays at the right time and we are still too young. There were times we could have pulled closer but we let it slip away from us,' Daniel said. The Long Lions will host the first two games of the best-of-five ABL Finals against the Singapore Slingers beginning on Saturday, April 15.
Courtesy of: aseanbasketballleague.com   




Eric
Ferguson
Bahia Basket tabs Eric Ferguson, ex Hong Kong ELL - 9 days ago
ERIC FERGUSON Bahia Basket (La Liga) inked 29-year old American forward Eric Ferguson (203-95kg-89, college: Georgia South, agency: David Lee Services). He started the season at Hong Kong Eastern Long Lions in Hong Kong D1 league. In 8 games he averaged impressive 23.3ppg, 11.0rpg, 2.8apg, 1.5spg and 1.9bpg this season. Among other achievements Ferguson played in the final of Sun Belt Tournament in 2015. He received also All-Southern Conference 1st Team award back in 2012 at his college...   [read more]

Marcus
Elliott
Hong Kong Eastern continue mastery over Wolf Warriors - 1 month ago
For the third time this season, Hong Kong Eastern have gotten a win at the expense of the Wolf Warriors. Marcus Elliott (191-G-84, college: Louisiana Tech) erupted for 36 points, pushing Hong Kong to a 95-88 victory Tuesday night at the Southorn Stadium in Wan Chai. Hong Kong nabbed its third win of the season, all against the team from China, improving to a 3-3 record. The two teams faced off just days after their second meeting last Saturday. Hong Kong pulled away in the final frame and...   [read more]

Ki Lee
Eastern Long Lions pip Fubon Braves at Seri Mutiara Cup - 3 months ago
Fubon Braves - Eastern Long Lions 91-103 Eastern Long Lions pip Fubon Braves 103-91 at Seri Mutiara Cup. They narrowly defeated them in the opening period 20-14 and added a 25-22 run in the second frame. Fubon Braves scored massive 33 points in the third period, while Eastern Long Lions closed the game with a final 33-22 rally. Trey Redwine top-scored for the winners with 28 points and Ki Lee (178-PG-87) netted 22. Samuel Deguara (223-C-91) and Marcus Elliott (191-G-84, college: Loui...   [read more]


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