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TBSL Standings
 1 Hitech 6-1 
 2 Kabayan 6-1 
 3 PEA 5-2 
 4 Luang 5-2 
 5 Adroit 3-4 
 6 Malaysia Matrix 2-5 
 7 Pilipinas 2-5 
 8 SWU 2-5 
Full Standings
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Raymond MILLER
  Avg: 26.7
 1. Miller, Pilipinas26.7 
 2. Earl, Kabayan21.5 
 3. Wiggins, Hitech21.3 
 4. Thavong, Luang19.9 
 5. Ali, SWU19.3 
 6. Banjathon, SWU18.1 
 7. Ellis, Luang17.7 
 8. Malou, Kabayan17.5 
 9. Ting, Malaysia Matrix17.3 
 10. Allen, PEA17.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Raymond MILLER
  Avg: 15.9
 1. Miller, Pilipinas15.9 
 2. Dupree, PEA14.9 
 3. Allen, PEA12.6 
 4. Charles, Hitech11.3 
 5. Permenter, Luang11.1 
 6. Ali, SWU11.0 
 7. Earl, Kabayan10.5 
 8. Cabarkapa, Adroit9.4 
 9. Demusis, Kabayan8.2 
 10. Malou, Kabayan8.1 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 8.8
 1. Brickman, Hitech8.8 
 2. Scharer, Hitech8.4 
 3. Canada, Pilipinas8.3 
 4. Thavong, Luang7.8 
 5. Syvanthong, Luang7.6 
 6. Sinlapanawa, SWU6.9 
 7. Hubalde, Kabayan5.5 
 8. Mandani, PEA5.4 
 9. Kostic, Adroit5.4 
 10. Sill, Pilipinas4.9 
Steals Per Game
 Christopher ELLIS
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Ellis, Luang2.7 
 2. Scharer, Hitech2.1 
 3. Sinlapanawa, SWU2.0 
 4. Jaisanuk, Hitech2.0 
 5. Dupree, PEA1.9 
 6. Syvanthong, Luang1.8 
 7. Brickman, Hitech1.8 
 8. Kostic, Adroit1.6 
 9. Mandani, PEA1.6 
 10. Demusis, Kabayan1.5 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Kongkum, PEA1.6 
 2. Earl, Kabayan1.3 
 3. Cabarkapa, Adroit1.1 
 4. Jaimsawad, PEA1.1 
 5. Permenter, Luang1.1 
 6. Chan, Adroit1.0 
 7. Toh, Adroit0.9 
 8. Sill, Pilipinas0.9 
 9. Enerva, Luang0.8 
 10. Charles, Hitech0.8 
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Thailand Basketball Super League (TBSL) is back for 2019 season - Feb 27, 2019

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Tian Yuan
After a delay from the usual timeline, the Thailand Basketball Super League or the TBSL will be back… with a couple of changes. This upcoming TBSL season will be the 3rd edition of the international league based in Thailand after holding its inaugural season back in 2017. Aside from the usual teams from Thailand, the league has entertained clubs from outside the country as well including the likes of Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, and the Philippines. The league usually starts sometime early in January and continues play for an approximate 3 month season. This year, the league will commence action on February 23 and the final game will be no later than March 25. One reason that the league is shortened down to only one month of play is because teams will only play in a single-round robin format, as opposed to play against each other twice in the regular season before the playoffs.
The 8 participating teams are:

Hitech (Thailand)
PEA (Thailand)
SWU Basketball Club (Thailand)
Luang Pra Bang (Laos)
Kabayan (Philippines)
Bulacan Kuyas (Philippines)
Malaysia Matrix (Malaysia)
Adroit (Singapore)

4 teams will make the playoffs, where they will play in Best-of-3 series in both the Semi-Finals and Finals round. Teams are allowed to sign two World Import and two ASEAN Heritage Imports without playing time restrictions. However, Hitech will be allowed to field only one ASEAN Heritage Imports on the court at one time when they play against PEA and SWU. Clubs from outside of Thailand are allowed to sign up to as much as 4 Thai players as locals for their own team, but will only be able to field in 2 of those players on the court at the same time. After hosting the tournament at the GSB Stadium29 for the past two seasons, the league will now be playing it's games at the Rajamangala University of Technology Rattanakosin in Nakhon Pathom instead.
One of the more notable changes in the league is the absense of two-time champion Mono Vampire Basketball Club. Also gone are Mono Thewphaingarm and Madgoats which means the league has managed to retain 3 of the previous season's Semifinalists. …but the new teams are a pretty nice addition! Malaysia Matrix, or better known as NS Matrix, is arguably the best club in the country with a line up of national team stars in Tian Yuan Kuek (201-C-91), Yi Hou Wong (196-F-96), Chun Hong Ting (193-C-96), and Ivan Yeo (195-F-93) among others. It has not been confirmed whether the Bulacan Kuyas are the same team as the team with the same name in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) in the Philippines, but if they are, they means it could feature a team with former imports like James Martinez (170-PG), Jerick Canada (170-PG-89), Stephen Siruma, and Jason Melano. New Thai club SWU Basketball Club has some of the best and brightest young talents in the country as well. With the league shortened down to only one month and the change of venue, this almost feels like a whole different competition than that of the past two years.
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Mono Vampire Take Down Knights, Force Game 3 - 28 days ago
With their season on the line, the Mono Vampire Basketball Club proved to be resilient once again. The Thailand squad used a strong second half to come up with a 79-71 Game 2 victory over the BTN CLS Knights Indonesia, Wednesday night at the GSB Stadium 29 in Nonthaburi. Michael Singletary (198-F-88, college: Texas Tech) overcame a slow start to end up with 25 points on 5-of-14 shooting to go along with 13 rebounds. 'It's do-or-die. I'm not trying to go home yet,' said Michael Singletary....   [read more]

Maxie Esho
Knights Hold Off Mono Vampire In Physical Game 1 - 1 month ago
The intense semifinals matchup between the BTN CLS Knights Indonesia and Mono Vampire Basketball Club certainly lived up to the billing. After the dust settled, it was the fourth-seed Knights who came out with an 86-77 victory, Sunday night at GOR Kertajaya in Surabaya. Maxie Esho (206-F/C-91, college: Massachusetts, agency: Two Points) laid the groundwork with 21 points, seven rebounds, four assists, and two steals. But it was the brilliant play of two locals that placed Indonesia just o...   [read more]

Romeo Travis
Mono Vampire Complete Sweep of the Formosa Dreamers in Game 2 - 1 month ago
The eight-placed Mono Vampire Basketball Club completed the upset against the top-seeded Formosa Dreamers at home, 70-68, in Game 2 of the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) quarterfinals. Romeo Travis (198-PF-84, college: Akron) made two winning plays in the clutch to allow last season's runners-up to advance to the semifinals after scoring the go-ahead basket, and forcing a jump ball that gave them the final possession with 2.8 seconds to go in the game. The Dreamers had the lead and the pos...   [read more]

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