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 1. SAFSA 9-0 
 2. Adroit 8-1 
 3. SBPHK H. 7-2 
 4. Siglap 5-4 
 5. SG Bball 4-5 
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 7. Tong Whye 3-6 
 8. Xin Hua 3-6 
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 Mikh MCKINNEY
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  Avg: 26.8
 1. McKinney, Macau26.8 
 2. Balkman, SM Be.25.6 
 3. Tucker, Macau25.3 
 4. Singletary, Mono V.24.5 
 5. Esho, CLS Knights23.0 
 6. Elliott, Hong K.22.8 
 7. Fields, Singapore S.22.7 
 8. Bassett, Hong K.22.3 
 9. Watkins, Macau21.8 
 10. Miller, Formosa D.21.8 
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 Ryan WATKINS
  Macau
  (206-C/F-91)
  Avg: 14.8
 1. Watkins, Macau14.8 
 2. Deguara, Hong K.13.6 
 3. Barone, Saigon H.13.0 
 4. Bell, Zhuhai12.9 
 5. Ramos, SM Beermen12.6 
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 7. Travis, Mono V.11.6 
 8. Shepard, Westport.11.4 
 9. Artino, Formosa D.10.7 
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 Anthony TUCKER
  Macau
  (193-G-89)
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 3. Herring-Jr, CLS K.8.2 
 4. Alexander, Singapor.8.0 
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 6. Bassett, Hong K.6.8 
 7. Miller, Formosa D.6.0 
 8. Alvano, SM Beermen5.9 
 9. Shepard, Westport.5.7 
 10. Travis, Mono V.5.5 
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 TreVon HUGHES
  Saigon H.
  (185-PG-87)
  Avg: 3
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 2. Young, Singapore S.2.4 
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 4. Eversley, Westport.2.0 
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 7. Singletary, Mono V.1.9 
 8. Glass, Formosa D.1.8 
 9. Alexander, Singapor.1.8 
 10. Brickman, Mono V.1.8 
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 Michael BELL
  Zhuhai
  (206-F-82)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Bell, Zhuhai1.8 
 2. Fields, Singapore S.1.8 
 3. Hamilton, Saigon H.1.6 
 4. Deguara, Hong K.1.5 
 5. Artino, Formosa D.1.5 
 6. White, Mono V.1.3 
 7. Egwu, Westports MD1.3 
 8. Barone, Saigon H.1.3 
 9. Watkins, CLS K.1.3 
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NBL Round 7: SBPHK H. beats Siglap in a derby game - Oct 16, 2017


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The round was rather attractive and full of interesting results. The round ended with derby games and favorites losing the games.

The most exciting game was a derby match between two local teams from Singapore: SBPHK H. (#1) and Siglap (#6). Siglap was defeated at home 50-63 and even the advantage of their own court did not help. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Siglap. Undefeated SBPHK H. (5-0) have an impressive series of five victories in a row. They maintain first place with a perfect record of 5 victories in a row. Siglap at the other side dropped to the fifth position with two games lost. They share it with Chong Ghee. SBPHK H. will have a break next round, and it should allow them to practice more before next game. Siglap will play against Nanyang (#10) and is hoping to prove to their supporters that the loss was just an accident.
Very important is a road loss of third ranked Chong Ghee (3-2) against fifth ranked Tagawa (4-1) on Sunday night. Visiting Chong Ghee was defeated by Tagawa in Singapore 59-45. It ended at the same time the three-game winning streak of Chong Ghee. It was a key game for the second position in the league. The victory was the third consecutive win for Tagawa. They moved-up to second place, which they share with SAFSA and Xin Hua. Chong Ghee at the other side dropped to the fifth position with two games lost. They share it with Siglap. Tagawa's supporters look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will face at home their local rival from Singapore Xin Hua.
Bottom-ranked Youth Select (0-5) tried to put together a comeback for its first victory of the season, but they fell short in the 91-64 loss to fourth ranked SAFSA (4-1) in Singapore on Sunday evening. But it was rather predictable considering how strong their opponent was. SAFSA moved-up to second place, which they share with Tagawa and Xin Hua. Youth Select lost their fifth game in a row. They still close the standings with five games lost. They share the position with Min Yi. SAFSA will meet at home Chong Ghee (#5) in the next round. Youth Select will play against Adroit (#7) and hopes to get finally their first victory.
Bottom-ranked Min Yi (0-5) tried to put together a comeback for its first victory of the season, but they fell short in the 60-49 loss to ninth ranked Tong Whye (2-3) in Singapore. Tong Whye moved-up to seventh place, which they share with SinKee and Adroit. Min Yi lost their fifth game in a row. They still close the standings with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
The game with biggest result difference took place in Singapore. Local SinKee (2-3) was outscored by eighth ranked Adroit (2-3) 86-46 on Sunday night. Adroit moved-up to seventh place, which they share with Tong Whye and SinKee. SinKee lost their third game in a row. Adroit will face bottom-ranked Youth Select (#12) in Singapore in the next round which should be theoretically another easy game.

In the last game of round 7 Nanyang was defeated by Xin Hua in Singapore 61-56.

SinKee - Adroit 46-86

The game with biggest result difference took place in Singapore. Local SinKee (2-3) was outscored by eighth ranked Adroit (2-3) 86-46 on Sunday night. Adroit moved-up to seventh place, which they share with Tong Whye and SinKee. SinKee lost their third game in a row. Adroit will face bottom-ranked Youth Select (#12) in Singapore in the next round which should be theoretically another easy game.
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Siglap - SBPHK H. 50-63

The most exciting game was a derby match between two local teams from Singapore: SBPHK H. (#1) and Siglap (#6). Siglap was defeated at home 50-63 and even the advantage of their own court did not help. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Siglap. SBPHK H. (5-0) have an impressive series of five victories in a row. They maintain first place with a perfect record of 5 victories in a row. Siglap at the other side dropped to the fifth position with two games lost. They share it with Chong Ghee. SBPHK H. will have a break next round, and it should allow them to practice more before next game. Siglap will play against Nanyang (#10) and is hoping to prove to their supporters that the loss was just an accident.
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SAFSA - Youth Select 91-64

Bottom-ranked Youth Select (0-5) tried to put together a comeback for its first victory of the season, but they fell short in the 91-64 loss to fourth ranked SAFSA (4-1) in Singapore on Sunday evening. But it was rather predictable considering how strong their opponent was. SAFSA moved-up to second place, which they share with Tagawa and Xin Hua. Youth Select lost their fifth game in a row. They still close the standings with five games lost. They share the position with Min Yi. SAFSA will meet at home Chong Ghee (#5) in the next round. Youth Select will play against Adroit (#7) and hopes to get finally their first victory.
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Tagawa - Chong Ghee 59-45

Very important is a road loss of third ranked Chong Ghee (3-2) against fifth ranked Tagawa (4-1) on Sunday night. Visiting Chong Ghee was defeated by Tagawa in Singapore 59-45. It ended at the same time the three-game winning streak of Chong Ghee. It was a key game for the second position in the league. The victory was the third consecutive win for Tagawa. They moved-up to second place, which they share with SAFSA and Xin Hua. Chong Ghee at the other side dropped to the fifth position with two games lost. They share it with Siglap. Tagawa's supporters look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will face at home their local rival from Singapore Xin Hua.
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Xin Hua - Nanyang 61-56

There was no surprise in Singapore where 10th ranked Nanyang (1-4) was defeated by second ranked Xin Hua (4-1) 61-56 on Sunday. However just five-point win is not that big difference and the fans of host team counted on more convincing victory. The victory was the fourth consecutive win for Xin Hua. They maintain second place with 4-1 record behind leader SBPHK H., which they share with SAFSA and Tagawa. Nanyang lost their fourth game in a row. They keep the tenth position with four games lost. Xin Hua's supporters look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will travel locally in Singapore to the arena Tagawa.
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Tong Whye - Min Yi 60-49

Bottom-ranked Min Yi (0-5) tried to put together a comeback for its first victory of the season, but they fell short in the 60-49 loss to ninth ranked Tong Whye (2-3) in Singapore. Tong Whye moved-up to seventh place, which they share with SinKee and Adroit. Min Yi lost their fifth game in a row. They still close the standings with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
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