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D1 Standings
 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 
Full Standings
Last:9/8/2018
ASEAN League Standings
 1 Formosa D. 19-6 
 2 SM Beermen 18-7 
 3 Singapore S. 14-10 
 4 Macau 14-11 
 5 Hong Kong ELL 14-11 
 6 Saigon H. 13-12 
 7 CLS Knights 13-13 
 8 Mono Vampire 9-16 
 9 Westports MD 8-15 
 10 Zhuhai 2-23 
Full Standings
Last:3/23/2019
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Mikh MCKINNEY
  Macau
  (184-G-92)
  Avg: 27.4
 1. McKinney, Macau27.4 
 2. Balkman, SM Be.25.9 
 3. Singletary, Mono V.25.5 
 4. Tucker, Macau25.3 
 5. Esho, CLS Knights23.5 
 6. Bassett, Hong K.23.4 
 7. Elliott, Hong K.23.1 
 8. Fields, Singapore S.22.7 
 9. Miller, Formosa D.22.0 
 10. Watkins, Macau21.8 
Rebounds Per Game
 Ryan WATKINS
  Macau
  (206-C/F-91)
  Avg: 15
 1. Watkins, Macau15.0 
 2. Deguara, Hong K.13.6 
 3. Barone, Saigon H.13.3 
 4. Bell, Zhuhai13.1 
 5. Fields, Singapore S.12.8 
 6. Ramos, SM Beermen12.8 
 7. Shepard, Westport.11.4 
 8. Artino, Formosa D.10.9 
 9. Balkman, SM Be.10.5 
 10. Singletary, Mono V.10.5 
Assists Per Game
 Anthony TUCKER
  Macau
  (193-G-89)
  Avg: 9.9
 1. Tucker, Macau9.9 
 2. Brickman, Mono V.8.9 
 3. Herring-Jr, CLS K.8.9 
 4. Alexander, Singapor.7.6 
 5. McKinney, Macau6.4 
 6. Bassett, Hong K.6.1 
 7. Miller, Formosa D.6.1 
 8. Alvano, SM Beermen5.8 
 9. Elliott, Hong K.5.6 
 10. Shepard, Westport.5.5 
Steals Per Game
 TreVon HUGHES
  Saigon H.
  (185-PG-87)
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Hughes, Saigon H.2.9 
 2. Herring-Jr, CLS K.2.7 
 3. Young, Singapore S.2.6 
 4. Eversley, Westport.2.0 
 5. Alexander, Singapor.2.0 
 6. McKinney, Macau2.0 
 7. Singletary, Mono V.2.0 
 8. Watkins, Macau1.8 
 9. Glass, Formosa D.1.8 
 10. Brickman, Mono V.1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 John FIELDS
  Singapore S.
  (205-F/C-88)
  Avg: 1.9
 1. Fields, Singapore S.1.9 
 2. Bell, Zhuhai1.8 
 3. Artino, Formosa D.1.5 
 4. Deguara, Hong K.1.5 
 5. Egwu, Westports MD1.4 
 6. Hamilton, Saigon H.1.3 
 7. Balkman, SM Be.1.3 
 8. Barone, Saigon H.1.2 
 9. White, Mono V.1.2 
 10. Watkins, CLS K.1.1 
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Round 27 (Regular Season)

Zhuhai Mar.24 Formosa D. 93%
Singapore S 62% Mar.24 Mono Vampire
Saigon H. 62% Mar.24 SM Beermen
Hong Kong E 91% Mar.24 Zhuhai
Tall Blacks too big, too strong for outmatched Hong Kong in Fiba qualifier - Jun 28, 2018


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Paul Henare
In one way, at least, it was probably a good thing Steven Adams gave this Fiba basketball world cup qualifying window a rather large sidestep. Goodness only knows what the Oklahoma City Thunder's Kiwi giant would have done to an under-sized, out-matched Hong Kong outfit in his home town for this Thursday night matchup against the Tall Blacks. As it is, we'll never know because Adams elected to continue his international exile, and Paul Henare 's New Zealand men's team boxed on, as they have for Adams' entire senior career, without his intimidating presence. They certainly did not need another big body against an almost comically small Hong Kong side as they cantered to a 124-65 victory in front of nearly 3000 fans at Energy Events Centre in Rotorua. It was the exact same margin as November's clash up there, and lifted the Kiwis to a Group A-topping 4-1 record. The New Zealanders got pretty much what they wanted at the offensive end as they moved the ball well (38 assists on 46 made baskets), knocked down the three-ball at a ridiculously efficient clip (18 of 30, at 60 percent) and muscled up inside for the easy buckets when they cared to. Hong Kong, a hoops minnow in every sense of the word, had some bright moments on offence with their ability to create positive results off the dribble, but they were simply unable to contain the slick Tall Blacks on defence and were predictably pounded on the boards to the tune of 50-14. Coach Paul Henare might have been disappointed in one or two defensive breakdowns as they allowed the visitors a few too many open looks (a 41 percent field goal percentage was probably a shade too high for a side of their stature). Given the one-sided nature and the lack of intensity throughout, he'll know too well it's tough to knuckle down on D when you're up 40 and scoring at will the other end. However for the most part he got what he wanted out of a game that was very much a warmup to the main event, against China in Auckland on Sunday. "We've been trying to implement some new things offensively, and to run it against someone other than ourselves was good," he said afterwards. "And we've had guys like Jack Salt (208-C-96), Thomas Abercrombie (198-F-87, college: Washington St.), Ike (Isaac Fotu (203-F-93, college: Hawaii)) and Rob [Loe] who haven't played competitive hoops for a few months, so to get some game wind in the lungs was positive. "Also for them to see the ball go through the hoop a couple of times was good. It was good to tick those things off." He was also blown away by the assist number. "I don't think I've ever coached a game with assist numbers that high. We've been working on letting the ball do some work, but you've still got to put the ball in the hole to get those sort of numbers. We got some good looks, and the guys knocked them down. "Hopefully they can carry that confidence through to Sunday because we're going to need all that confidence then." The Tall Blacks were very good. They took care of what they had to, got out to a big lead early (32-17 after the opening quarter which became 63-35 by the half) and put this baby on ice a long, long way from the final buzzer. All 12 players scored as Henare shared the minutes throughout his 12-strong squad, none more impressively than experienced small forward Tom Abercrombie who stroked the ball beautifully to lead the Tall Blacks with 18 points on six-of-10 shooting, including five of six from beyond the arc. He exploded out of the blocks to put up a dozen of those points in the opening quarter. Robert Loe (211-F-91, college: St.Louis) also added 18 points at a dazzling clip (6/9 FG, 4/6 3PT) and Isaac Fotu had his way inside to tally 17 points (8/9 FG) and seven boards. But they all did their thing. Finn Delany (15 points, six boards), Jordan Ngatai (196-F-93, college: BYU-Hawaii, agency: MKP Management) (14 points on five-of-seven shooting) and Dion Prewster (195-G/F-90, college: SF Austin, agency: MKP Management) (11 points at a four-of-six clip) were the other primary contributors, while Shea Ili dished out 10 assists and veteran Mika Vukona (197-F-82) added four points, seven rebounds and five dimes off the pine. All too easy really. But a decent warmup for the big one on Sunday when the dangerous China side comes to Spark Arena looking for some revenge after the Tall Blacks beat them in their house in February.
Courtesy of: stuff.co.nz

  




Siu Wing
Chan
Chan Siu Wing Ignites Eastern Past the Saigon Heat - 1 month ago
A late rally from the Saigon Heat fell short as Hong Kong Eastern edged the visitors, 95-88, to secure their 10th win of the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) season. Eastern's local player Siu Wing Chan (185-F-92) led the team with his ABL career-high 24 points, while shooting 71 percent from the field. Chan added three steals in the game after notching 20 markers in the first half along (17 in first quarter). Both teams started the game red hot from the field as they traded baskets, collect...   [read more]

Eric
Ferguson
Bahia Basket tabs Eric Ferguson, ex Hong Kong ELL - 2 months 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 - 3 months 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]


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