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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 
 6. Tagawa 4-5 
 7. Tong Whye 3-6 
 8. Xin Hua 3-6 
 9. Kai Xuan 2-7 
 10. Min Yi 0-9 
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Points Per Game
 Mikh MCKINNEY
  Macau
  (184-G-92)
  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 Knights23.2 
 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 
Rebounds Per Game
 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 
 6. Fields, Singapore S.12.5 
 7. Travis, Mono V.11.6 
 8. Shepard, Westport.11.4 
 9. Artino, Formosa D.10.7 
 10. Balkman, SM Be.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.8.4 
 4. Alexander, Singapor.8.0 
 5. McKinney, Macau6.9 
 6. Bassett, Hong K.6.8 
 7. Miller, Formosa D.6.0 
 8. Alvano, SM Beermen5.9 
 9. Shepard, Westport.5.7 
 10. Hughes, Saigon H.5.4 
Steals Per Game
 TreVon HUGHES
  Saigon H.
  (185-PG-87)
  Avg: 3
 1. Hughes, Saigon H.3.0 
 2. Herring-Jr, CLS K.2.5 
 3. Young, Singapore S.2.4 
 4. Eversley, Westport.2.0 
 5. McKinney, Macau2.0 
 6. Singletary, Mono V.1.9 
 7. Travis, Mono V.1.9 
 8. Watkins, Macau1.9 
 9. Glass, Formosa D.1.8 
 10. Brickman, Mono V.1.8 
Blocks Per Game
 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. Egwu, Westports MD1.3 
 7. White, Mono V.1.3 
 8. Barone, Saigon H.1.3 
 9. Balkman, SM Be.1.2 
 10. Watkins, CLS K.1.2 
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NBL Round 7 of Regular Season - Oct 1, 2018


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Here is the last round review presented by ESL.

Round 7 most important game was a victory of Siglap over 4th placed SG Bball 69-62 on Wednesday night. Siglap have a solid series of three victories in a row. They moved-up to fourth place. SG Bball at the other side dropped to the fifth position with five games lost. They share it with Tagawa.
Another exciting game was a derby match between two teams from Singapore: SAFSA (#1) and Siglap (#5). SAFSA (9-0) crushed visiting Siglap (5-4) by 18 points 68-50. It ended at the same time the three-game winning streak of Siglap. Undefeated SAFSA have an impressive series of nine victories in a row. They maintain first place with 9-0 record. Siglap at the other side dropped to the fourth position with four games lost.
Another exciting game was again a derby between two local teams from Singapore: SBPHK H. (#3) and Tong Whye (#6). SBPHK H. (7-2) crushed visiting Tong Whye (3-6) by 21 points 83-62. SBPHK H. maintains third place with 7-2 record having just two points less than leader SAFSA. Tong Whye lost their fourth game in a row. They dropped to the seventh position with six games lost. They share it with Xin Hua.
An interesting game for SBPHK H. (7-2) which hosted in Singapore 4th placed SG Bball (4-5). Third ranked SBPHK H. had an easy win 91-52. SBPHK H. maintains third place with 7-2 record having just two points less than leader SAFSA. SG Bball at the other side dropped to the fifth position with five games lost.
Bottom-ranked Min Yi is still unable to win any game. This time they could not use their home court advantage losing their ninth consecutive match to eighth ranked Xin Hua (3-6) 67-39 on Friday evening. Defending champion moved-up to seventh place, which they share with Tong Whye. Min Yi lost their ninth game in a row. They still close the standings with nine games lost.

Other games in round 7 were not that significant. Tong Whye was smashed by Adroit on the road 94-67. Kai Xuan lost to Tagawa on its own court 58-69. Adroit outscored Tagawa in a road game 87-56.



SAFSA - Siglap 68-50

Another exciting game was a derby match between two teams from Singapore: SAFSA (#1) and Siglap (#5). SAFSA (9-0) crushed visiting Siglap (5-4) by 18 points 68-50. It ended at the same time the three-game winning streak of Siglap. SAFSA have an impressive series of nine victories in a row. They maintain first place with 9-0 record. Siglap at the other side dropped to the fourth position with four games lost.
gschID: 635009


SBPHK H. - SG Bball 91-52

An interesting game for SBPHK H. (7-2) which hosted in Singapore 4th placed SG Bball (4-5). Third ranked SBPHK H. had an easy win 91-52. SBPHK H. maintains third place with 7-2 record having just two points less than leader SAFSA. SG Bball at the other side dropped to the fifth position with five games lost.
gschID: 635008


Adroit - Tong Whye 94-67

No shocking result in a game when second ranked Adroit (8-1) crushed at home 6th ranked Tong Whye (3-6) 94-67 on Sunday. The victory was the sixth consecutive win for Adroit. They maintain second place with 8-1 record behind leader SAFSA. Tong Whye lost their fourth game in a row. They dropped to the seventh position with six games lost.
gschID: 635006


Kai Xuan - Tagawa 58-69

Rather expected game when 8th ranked Kai Xuan (2-7) lost at home to sixth ranked Tagawa (4-5) 69-58 on Sunday. Tagawa moved-up to fifth place, which they share with SG Bball. Kai Xuan lost their third game in a row. They dropped to the ninth position with seven games lost.
gschID: 635007


SG Bball - Siglap 62-69

Round 7 most important game was a victory of Siglap over 4th placed SG Bball 69-62 on Wednesday night. Siglap have a solid series of three victories in a row. They moved-up to fourth place. SG Bball at the other side dropped to the fifth position with five games lost. They share it with Tagawa.
gschID: 635003


Min Yi - Xin Hua 39-67

Bottom-ranked Min Yi is still unable to win any game. This time they could not use their home court advantage losing their ninth consecutive match to eighth ranked Xin Hua (3-6) 67-39 on Friday evening. Defending champion moved-up to seventh place, which they share with Tong Whye. Min Yi lost their ninth game in a row. They still close the standings with nine games lost.
gschID: 635005


SBPHK H. - Tong Whye 83-62

Another exciting game was again a derby between two local teams from Singapore: SBPHK H. (#3) and Tong Whye (#6). SBPHK H. (7-2) crushed visiting Tong Whye (3-6) by 21 points 83-62. SBPHK H. maintains third place with 7-2 record having just two points less than leader SAFSA. Tong Whye lost their fourth game in a row. They dropped to the seventh position with six games lost. They share it with Xin Hua.
gschID: 635004


Tagawa - Adroit 56-87

Rather predictable result when second ranked Adroit (8-1) rolled over 6th ranked Tagawa (4-5) in Singapore 87-56 on Wednesday. The victory was the sixth consecutive win for Adroit. They maintain second place with 8-1 record behind leader SAFSA. Loser Tagawa dropped to the fifth position with five games lost.
gschID: 635002


  




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