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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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Stats Leaders
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
Bangkok T. 62%  Jun.29  Shoot it.
MUBC  Jun.29  Thunders 66%
Mad Goat 59%  Jun.29  TGE
Knights Hold Off Mono Vampire In Physical Game 1 - Apr 22, 2019


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Maxie Esho
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 one win away from entering the ABL Finals. Brandon Jawato poured in 18 points, including 8-for-8 from the free throw line and Arif Hidayat (184-PG-91) had a sensational game of 11 points off the bench. The headstrong guard was a burst of energy, going 4-for-4 from the field while adding, six assists and three steals. Jawato and Hidayat were the catalysts of a 17-2 run to close out the third period that gave the Knights a 63-48 cushion. The duo conspired for 15 points in the quarter's last four and a half minutes that changed the momentum of the contest. The game-changing run was punctuated by a dunk from Esho to close out the third. After Sandy Kurniawan's 3-pointer gave Indonesia a 19-point lead with seven minutes remaining, the Knights were ready to cruise to a dominant win. However, the Mono Vampire proved to be resilient and persevering, just as they have shown in the regular season when they pushed their way to the eighth-seed. The score read 81-63 with three minutes left, but the Thailand squad went on a 10-0 run, highlighted by back-to-back triples from Chitchai Ananti (194-G/F-90). Tempers flared in the final minute as Jawato and Nopporn Saengtong (189-PF-83) figured in a scuffle while going down the court. The two were ejected after getting slapped with a disqualifying foul each. The altercation was a product of back-and-forth physical play from the two proud teams in playoff action. Even though Mono Vampire made a significant run in the closing moments, the Knights had enough cushion. A free throw by Esho and a layup from Wei Wong Long put the final nail on the coffin, giving the home team an 11-point lead with 17 ticks left on the clock. Romeo Travis (198-PF-84, college: Akron) had a double-double of 16 points and 13 rebounds for Mono while Freddie Lish provided 15 points off the bench. Veteran forward Tyler Lamb (196-G-91, college: LBSU) returned to the lineup after suffering a hamstring injury and he tallied nine points. Mono was missing the production of Mike Singletary. He did have 12 rebounds and six dimes but the team's leading scorer only mustered nine points on a woeful 2-for-10 shooting clip. The two teams battled in a highly-physical matchup that resulted into a combined 40 attempts from the line. In the end, however, it was the Knights' 10-for-27 shooting from beyond the arc and the 20 assists that gave them the win. Mono Vampire won the rebounding battle 47-38 but their 16 turnovers did not help their cause. Game 2 is set this Wednesday, April 24, at Stadium 29, in Nonthaburi, Thailand. The Knights are hopeful for a ticket to the finals while Mono will be looking to extend the series.
Courtesy of: aseanbasketballleague.com   





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Anucha
Langsui
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