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TBL Standings
 1 Mad Goat 4-0 
 2 TGE 4-0 
 3 Hitech 3-1 
 4 Raptors 3-1 
 5 Bangkok Tigers 2-2 
 6 Shoot it Dragon 2-2 
 7 Thunders 1-3 
 8 SWU 1-3 
 9 MUBC 0-4 
 10 T-REX 0-4 
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Points Per Game
 Avery SCHARER
  Raptors
  (185-PG-86)
  Avg: 29
 1. Scharer Raptors29.0 
 2. Mvuezolo Bangkok21.8 
 3. McClain Raptors21.5 
 4. Stamford Bangkok20.5 
 5. Kupradit TGE19.3 
 6. Yeumo Thunders18.8 
 7. Bienvenue T-REX18.5 
 8. Van Pelt Raptors18.0 
 9. Langsui TGE17.5 
 10. Sill Mad Goat17.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Gabriel YEUMO
  Thunders
  (200-F-88)
  Avg: 15.8
 1. Yeumo Thunders15.8 
 2. Sill Mad Goat15.0 
 3. McClain Raptors14.0 
 4. Brrokenbrough Shoot11.8 
 5. Stamford Bangkok11.0 
 6. Bienvenue T-REX10.8 
 7. Williams TGE10.0 
 8. Anderson Hitech9.8 
 9. Latham Raptors9.5 
 10. Langsui TGE9.3 
Assists Per Game
 Avery SCHARER
  Raptors
  (185-PG-86)
  Avg: 10.5
 1. Scharer Raptors10.5 
 2. Leelapipatkul TGE9.5 
 3. Lakhan Hitech7.3 
 4. Phithakphawa., MUBC6.3 
 5. Bienvenue T-REX6.0 
 6. Maitampitak Mad G5.8 
 7. Lertlaokul Hitech5.7 
 8. Van Pelt Raptors5.5 
 9. Kamchoo SWU5.0 
 10. Mvuezolo Bangkok5.0 
Steals Per Game
 Joe MVUEZOLO
  Bangkok
  (197-F-96)
  Avg: 4
 1. Mvuezolo Bangkok4.0 
 2. Lakhan Hitech3.0 
 3. Yeumo Thunders2.5 
 4. Scharer Raptors2.5 
 5. Anderson Hitech2.5 
 6. Wacharapong Mad G2.3 
 7. Phithakphawa., MUBC2.3 
 8. Sangsri Thunders2.3 
 9. Kamchoo SWU2.3 
 10. Brrokenbrough Shoot2.3 
Blocks Per Game
 Sukhdave GHOGAR
  Hitech
  (195-C-90)
  Avg: 1.8
 1. Ghogar Hitech1.8 
 2. Brrokenbrough Shoot1.5 
 3. Phithakphawa., MUBC1.3 
 4. Thammawach MUBC1.3 
 5. Wangphanitkun Rapt.1.3 
 6. Jantarasirl Shoot1.0 
 7. Kongkum Mad Goat1.0 
 8. Narbonne Raptors1.0 
 9. Sae Lim SWU1.0 
 10. Panklom Mad Goat0.8 
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SWU 76%  Jun.29  T-REX
Raptors 56%  Jun.29  Hitech
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Mono Vampire Complete Sweep of the Formosa Dreamers in Game 2 - Apr 4, 2019


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Romeo Travis
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 possession but 10 seconds to go, but turned the ball over after being called for a five-second inbound violation. Still leading 68-66 with seven seconds remaining, Formosa's Chen Shih Nien committed another fatal error by fouling Mike Singletary while the Mono Vampire import was attempting a three. Singletary made the first two free throws but missed the third, which was rebounded and tipped in by teammate Romeo Travis, giving them a two-point lead with less than three ticks remaining in the game. After missing Game 1 of the series, Mono Vampire center Malcolm White (205-C/F-88, college: LSU) and Dreamers forward Malcolm Miller (201-G-91, college: Southern) returned to the lineup for the rematch and quickly made their presence felt, each scoring the first basket for their squads in a fiery first quarter. The Dreamers threatened to pull away as they held almost double-digit leads on multiple occasions, but the resiliency of White and Singletary came through as they combined to score 29 first-half points, allowing the Thai squad to come back and enter the break with a slim 42-39 advantage. Both teams played evenly in the second half, and it came down to the wire for the second straight game. Mike Singletary led all scorers with 24 points to go with 10 rebounds, while Malcolm White added another double-double with 20 points and 11 boards. The hero of the ball game Romeo Travis only scored 10, but had 16 rebounds and seven assists in the win. The Dreamers' Tevin Glass (206-F-94, college: ETSU) finished with 23 points and 14 boards, but had little help as import teammates Malcolm Miller and Will Artino (211-C/F-92, college: Creighton) had a relatively slow night offensively as they combined for 27 markers but shot 10-27 from the field collectively. Kenny Chien added 12 points but also shot poorly against the pesky Thai defense. Both teams missed key guys with Formosa's primary playmaker Lee Hsueh Lin and Mono Vampire hotshot Tyler Lamb (196-G-91, college: LBSU) not suiting up due to injuries. Mono Vampire advances to the semifinals and are currently awaiting the winner between the Saigon Heat and CLS Knights Surabaya series.
Courtesy of: aseansports.com   





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