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TBL Round 18: Derby game ends with Mono Vampire's defeat of Bangkok Tigers - Jul 12, 2018


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Michael
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Here is the last round review presented by ESL.

The most interesting game was a derby match between two local teams from Bangkok: Mono Vampire (#2) and Bangkok Tigers (#6). Mono Vampire (16-2) won against visiting Bangkok Tigers (7-11) 81-75. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Bangkok Tigers. They outrebounded Bangkok Tigers 52-39 including 17 on the offensive glass. Mono Vampire looked well-organized offensively handing out 22 assists. It was a good game for American forward Michael Singletary (198-88, college: Texas Tech) who led his team to a victory with 27 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists (went 8 for 8 at the free throw line). Filipino-American point guard Jason Brickman (181-91, college: LIU Brooklyn) contributed with 5 points, 6 rebounds and 8 assists for the winners. Nouchan Thavong replied with 17 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists for Bangkok Tigers. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Mono Vampire have an impressive 14-game winning streak. They maintain second position with 16-2 record behind leader Hitech. Newly promoted Bangkok Tigers dropped to the fifth place with 11 games lost. They share the position with Black Scorpions and SWU.
TBL top team - Hitech (17-1) had no problems winning another game. This time they crushed fifth ranked SWU (7-11) 99-68. International guard Nattakarn Muangboon (186-91) had a double-double by scoring 13 points, 5 rebounds, 15 assists and 4 steals to lead the charge for the winners and Wattana Suttisin chipped in 20 points during the contest. The best for the losing side was international guard Nithipol Sawathavorn (-95) with 13 points. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Hitech have an impressive seven-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 17-1 record. Newly promoted SWU keeps the fifth place with 11 games lost. They share the position with Black Scorpions and Bangkok Tigers.
The game between 10th ranked T-REX (2-16) and third ranked TGE (12-6) in Nakhon Ratchasima on Sunday ended with biggest points difference. Guests from outscored T-REX 117-65. Arnold Louis notched 24 points and 5 rebounds to lead the effort. Even a double-double of 17 points and 13 rebounds by Michael Fey did not help to save the game for T-REX. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Newly promoted TGE maintains third position with 12-6 record having five points less than leader Hitech. T-REX lost eighth consecutive game. They stay at the bottom place with 16 games lost.

In the last two games of round 18 Mad Goat smashed Mekong United on the road 113-80. PEA destroyed Black Scorpions on its own court 99-73.
The most impressive performance of 18th round was 16 points, 27 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 blocks by Raymon Austin of PEA.



Mono Vampire - Bangkok Tigers 81-75

The most interesting game was a derby match between two local teams from Bangkok: Mono Vampire (#2) and Bangkok Tigers (#6). Mono Vampire (16-2) won against visiting Bangkok Tigers (7-11) 81-75. It ended at the same time the two-game winning streak of Bangkok Tigers. They outrebounded Bangkok Tigers 52-39 including 17 on the offensive glass. Mono Vampire looked well-organized offensively handing out 22 assists. It was a good game for American forward Michael Singletary (198-88, college: Texas Tech) who led his team to a victory with 27 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists (went 8 for 8 at the free throw line). Filipino-American point guard Jason Brickman (181-91, college: LIU Brooklyn) contributed with 5 points, 6 rebounds and 8 assists for the winners. Singletary is a former Eurobasket Summer League player, which is considered top international summer league in the market. Nouchan Thavong replied with 17 points, 6 rebounds and 7 assists and Jamaican-American center Anthony Allen (213-92, college: Oklahoma St.) added 16 points, 9 rebounds and 7 blocks in the effort for Bangkok Tigers. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Mono Vampire have an impressive 14-game winning streak. They maintain second position with 16-2 record behind leader Hitech. Newly promoted Bangkok Tigers dropped to the fifth place with 11 games lost. They share the position with Black Scorpions and SWU.
Top scorers:
Mono Vampire: M.Singletary 27+7reb+5ast, C.Ananti 15+3reb+1ast, A.Phuangla 10+4reb, C.Klahan 7+7reb, T.Chanthachon 5+7reb+1ast, S.Deguara 5+11reb+1ast
Bangkok Tigers: T.Nouchan 17+6reb+7ast, A.Allen 16+9reb+1ast, M.Usita 10+3reb, L.Avenido 10+7reb+3ast, S.Duncan 9+4reb+2ast, T.Wangphanitkun 7+4reb+3ast
gschID: 631738


SWU - Hitech 68-99

TBL top team - Hitech (17-1) had no problems winning another game. This time they crushed fifth ranked SWU (7-11) 99-68. The game without a history. Hitech led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They also forced 23 SWU turnovers and outrebounded them 38-24 including a 27-15 advantage in defensive rebounds. Hitech players were unselfish on offense dishing 37 assists comparing to just 22 passes made by SWU's players. International guard Nattakarn Muangboon (186-91) had a double-double by scoring 13 points, 5 rebounds, 15 assists and 4 steals to lead the charge for the winners and the former international guard Wattana Suttisin (182-85) chipped in 20 points during the contest. The best for the losing side was international guard Nithipol Sawathavorn (-95) with 13 points and Afnan Charansarn (189-97) scored 10 points and 5 rebounds. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Hitech have an impressive seven-game winning streak. They maintain first position with 17-1 record. Newly promoted SWU keeps the fifth place with 11 games lost. They share the position with Black Scorpions and Bangkok Tigers.
Top scorers:
Hitech: W.Suttisin 20+2reb+2ast, N.Muangboon 13+5reb+15ast, X.Alexander 11+4reb+1ast, P.Klahan 11+8reb+4ast, M.Wongsawangtham 10+2reb+3ast, N.Jaisanuk 9+2reb+7ast
SWU: S.Nithipol 13+1reb+3ast, R.Ali 12+1reb+1ast, A.Charansarn 10+5reb+1ast, B.Natthaworn 10+1reb, P.Sinlapanawa 8+3reb, S.Nuttawut 5+2reb
gschID: 631739


T-REX - TGE 65-117

The game between 10th ranked T-REX (2-16) and third ranked TGE (12-6) in Nakhon Ratchasima on Sunday ended with biggest points difference. Guests from outscored T-REX 117-65. TGE dominated down low during the game scoring 72 of its points in the paint compared to T-REX's 34. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 44 assists comparing to just 17 passes made by T-REX's players. American forward Arnold Louis (201-90, college: Savannah St., agency: HMS) notched 24 points and 5 rebounds to lead the effort and the former international point guard Guntapong Korsah-Dick (183-97) supported him with 18 points and 6 rebounds. Five TGE players scored in double figures. Even a double-double of 17 points and 13 rebounds by American power forward Michael Fey (213-83, college: UCLA) did not help to save the game for T-REX. Forward Noppawat Auesatjapon (182-97) added 12 points. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. Newly promoted TGE maintains third position with 12-6 record having five points less than leader Hitech. T-REX lost eighth consecutive game. They stay at the bottom place with 16 games lost.
Top scorers:
TGE: A.Louis 24+5reb+2ast, G.Korsah-Dick 18+6reb+3ast, J.Munzon 17+7ast, J.Howard 14+8reb+3ast, L.Attapong 12+3reb+9ast, B.Lakhan 8+2reb+6ast
T-REX: M.Fey 17+13reb+2ast, N.Auesatjapon 12+3reb+3ast, K.Krisada 9+3reb+4ast, K.Wetwittayakit 7+3reb+1ast, S.Qiucheng 4+2reb, M.Edzel 4+4reb+2ast
gschID: 631740


Mekong United - Mad Goat 80-113

We could consider it a predictable result in the game between close teams when ninth ranked Mad Goat (6-12) crushed 8th ranked Mekong United (6-12) in Vietnam 113-80 on Sunday. Mad Goat outrebounded Mekong United 64-32 including a 30-6 advantage in offensive rebounds. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 35 assists. American forward Gregoryshon Magee (206-90, college: S.Alabama) notched a double-double by scoring 29 points and 36 rebounds to lead the effort and the former international forward Danai Kongkum (190-85) supported him with 14 points and 8 rebounds. Mad Goat's coach Chaiwat Niyom felt very confident that he used 11 players and allowed the starting five to get some rest. Even 24 points and 7 rebounds by American forward Michael Earl (203-85, college: Utah St.) did not help to save the game for Mekong United. Guard Warong Boonnak added 16 points and 9 rebounds. Five Mad Goat and four Mekong United players scored in double figures. Mad Goat moved-up to eighth place, which they share with defeated Mekong United.
Top scorers:
Mad Goat: G.Magee 29+36reb+3ast, D.Kongkum 14+8reb+3ast, P.Cabahug 14+2reb+6ast, W.Thongsi 14+4reb+1ast, J.Pasculado 11+2reb+4ast, N.Banmoo 9+3reb+1ast
Mekong United: M.Earl 24+7reb+2ast, K.Van Hook 18+3reb+7ast, J.Ragasa 17+2ast, W.Boonnak 16+9reb+3ast, S.Teepatep 3+2reb+3ast, K.Patiparn 2+1reb+3ast
gschID: 631741


PEA - Black Scorpions 99-73

The game between closely ranked teams ended with 5th ranked Black Scorpions' (7-11) road loss to fourth ranked PEA (10-8) 73-99 on Sunday. The game was mostly controlled by PEA. Black Scorpions managed to win fourth quarter 25-18. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Black Scorpions to just 6 points in third quarter. They outrebounded Black Scorpions 53-35 including a 39-26 advantage in defensive rebounds. PEA looked well-organized offensively handing out 28 assists. American forward Raymon Austin (203-89, college: St.Catharine) notched a double-double by scoring 16 points, 27 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 blocks to lead the effort and Pongsakorn Jaimsawad (179-0) supported him with 24 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. Five PEA players scored in double figures. Even 24 points by international Tawatchai Suktub (-87) did not help to save the game for Black Scorpions. Tanakan Sriboonruang added 18 points and 6 rebounds. Black Scorpions' coach gave up on the game allowing to play eleven players seeing no chance for a win. PEA maintains fourth position with 10-8 record. Black Scorpions lost third consecutive game. Newly promoted team keep the fifth place with 11 games lost. They share the position with Bangkok Tigers and SWU.
Top scorers:
PEA: P.Jaimsawad 24+7reb+5ast, R.Austin 16+27reb+6ast, J.Gray 14+11reb+4ast, R.Jalen 13+3reb+1ast, Y.Hanafee 11+1reb+2ast, N.Pattharapisan 10+2reb+2ast
Black Scorpions: T.Suktub 24+2reb+2ast, T.Sriboonruang 18+6reb+1ast, P.Singhasem 10+2reb+8ast, D.Apiromvilaichai 6+3reb+2ast, N.Sangtong 6+5reb+1ast, S.Peetchet 3+3reb+3ast
gschID: 631742


  




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