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    VBA Standings
     1. Can Tho CF 13-2 
     2. Thang Long W. 10-5 
     3. Hanoi B. 9-6 
     4. Saigon H. 9-6 
     5. Danang D. 3-12 
     6. HCMC W. 1-14 
    Last:9/8/2018
    ASEAN League Standings
     1 Formosa D. 19-7 
     2 SM Beermen 18-8 
     3 Singapore S. 16-10 
     4 CLS Knights 15-11 
     5 Saigon H. 14-12 
     6 Macau 14-12 
     7 Hong Kong ELL 13-13 
     8 Mono Vampire 11-15 
     9 Westports MD 8-18 
     10 Zhuhai 2-24 
    Full Standings
    Last:3/29/2019
    Stats Leaders
    Points Per Game
     Zach ALLMON
      Danang D.
      (203-F-)
      Avg: 28.3
     1. Allmon, Danang D.28.3 
     2. Nix, Saigon H.25.9 
     3. Doggett, HCMC W.25.9 
     4. Hill, Thang L.23.7 
     5. Dierker, Danang D.20.5 
     6. Bell, Hanoi B.20.4 
     7. Hamilton, Can T.20.3 
     8. Dinh-Thanh, Can T.17.8 
     9. Tran-Dang, Saigon H.16.7 
     10. Nguyen, HCMC W.16.0 
    Rebounds Per Game
     Michael BELL
      Hanoi B.
      (206-F-82)
      Avg: 17.7
     1. Bell, Hanoi B.17.7 
     2. Allmon, Danang D.15.1 
     3. Hamilton, Can T.14.6 
     4. Nix, Saigon H.13.5 
     5. Doggett, HCMC W.13.1 
     6. Hill, Thang L.12.4 
     7. Dierker, Danang D.11.1 
     8. Young, Thang L.10.1 
     9. Tran-Dang, Saigon H.7.5 
     10. Waale, Saigon H.6.5 
    Assists Per Game
     Khoa TRAN DANG
      Saigon H.
      (-SF-)
      Avg: 4.6
     1. Tran-Dang, Saigon H.4.6 
     2. Hamilton, Can T.4.0 
     3. Nguyen-Phu, Can T.3.5 
     4. Nguyen, HCMC W.3.4 
     5. Dinh-Thanh, Can T.3.3 
     6. Dierker, Danang D.3.2 
     7. Young, Thang L.3.0 
     8. Nguyen, Hanoi B.3.0 
     9. Nguyen, Danang D.3.0 
     10. Truong-Hoang, Thang L.2.9 
    Steals Per Game
     Khoa TRAN DANG
      Saigon H.
      (-SF-)
      Avg: 3.3
     1. Tran-Dang, Saigon H.3.3 
     2. Young, Thang L.2.8 
     3. Nguyen-Phu, Can T.2.6 
     4. Hamilton, Can T.2.2 
     5. Nguyen, HCMC W.2.1 
     6. Tu-Le, Hanoi B.2.0 
     7. Dinh-Thanh, Can T.2.0 
     8. Cilia, HCMC W.1.9 
     9. Hill, Thang L.1.9 
     10. Bell, Hanoi B.1.8 
    Blocks Per Game
     Michael BELL
      Hanoi B.
      (206-F-82)
      Avg: 3.1
     1. Bell, Hanoi B.3.1 
     2. Hamilton, Can T.3.0 
     3. Allmon, Danang D.1.4 
     4. Hill, Thang L.1.3 
     5. Dierker, Danang D.1.0 
     6. Doggett, HCMC W.0.8 
     7. Nix, Saigon H.0.6 
     8. Dang-Thai, Thang L.0.4 
     9. Le-Cong-Tuan, HCMC W.0.4 
     10. Nguyen-Huynh, Can T.0.4 
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    Game 1 (Semi-Finals)

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    Macau rallies back versus Saigon to win second straight at home - Dec 6, 2018


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    Ryan Watkins
    The Macau Black Bears banked on a late rally to defend homecourt and defeat the Saigon Heat 97-95 in ASEAN Basketball League action. Inside the Nanhai Gymnasium, the Black Bears had to rally back from a nine point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter. A triple by Murphy Burnatowski (196-PF-91, college: Colgate) to start the period gave the Heat the 80-71 advantage, however that was quickly countered by a three from Anthony Tucker as well. Both teams would exchange field goals, however the Black Bears would have the better finishing kick. A layup from Ryan Watkins (206-C/F-91, college: Boise St., agency: Two Points) at the 6:35 mark kicked off a 11-2 run that gave Macau the lead, 92-90 with 2:26 remaining in the game. Burnatowski would make two straight baskets to tie the game at 92-all with 1:50 remaining, but a triple from Nathan Yu (189-PG-89) and a shot in the paint from Watkins restored the lead to the Black Bears, as they held on to the victory. Macau was led by a pair of terrific performances from Tucker and Mikh McKinney (184-G-92, college: Sacramento St.). The reigning World MVP Tucker had a double-double of 26 points and 14 assists, while Mikh McKinney had a team-high 27 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists. The Heat played their first game of the season without World Import Trevon Hughes, who went down with a leg injury in the second quarter of the loss to the Formosa Dreamers. Murphy Burnatowski tallied 29 points, 12 rebounds and 9 assists to pace the Heat. Kyle Barone (203-C-89, college: Idaho) dropped 25 points and 9 rebounds. The Heat got solid performances from their locals in Tanh Sang Dinh and Chris Dierker, who had 18 and 15 points respectively. But with Young on the sidelines, the team's rotation had to adjust. As a result the Heat got zero bench points, and only one player actually came off the pine to relieve the starters in Chris Cilia. Fatigue could have been a reason for the loss, as no starter played less than 35 minutes in the game. The Black Bears climbed to 5 wins and 2 losses in 3rd place in the standings, while the Heat lost its second straight game to fall to 3-2 in fourth place. The Black Bears will now embark on a long break before their next game, which is scheduled for January 9, 2019 against the Formosa Dreamers. The Heat will look to bounce back and arrest their skid against the Westports Malaysia Dragons on December 9 at the CIS Arena.
    Courtesy of: aseanbasketballleague.com   




    DeAngelo
    Hamilton
    Heat Secure Fifth Seed, Add To Alab's Woes - 24 days ago
    The Saigon Heat will barge into the ABL playoffs as the fifth seed after defeating San Miguel Alab Pilipinas with a narrow 81-80 victory, Sunday at the CIS Arena in Ho Chi Minh City. The Heat finish the regular season with a 14-12 record on the heels of back-to-back wins. They'll face the number four seed BTN CLS Knights Indonesia in a best-of-three contest. Trevon Hughes provided the Heat with an all-around 24 points, including five triples, six rebounds, eight assists, and four steals....   [read more]

    Siu Wing
    Chan
    Chan Siu Wing Ignites Eastern Past the Saigon Heat - 2 months ago
    A late rally from the Saigon Heat fell short as Hong Kong Eastern edged the visitors, 95-88, to secure their 10th win of the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) season. Eastern's local player Siu Wing Chan (185-F-92) led the team with his ABL career-high 24 points, while shooting 71 percent from the field. Chan added three steals in the game after notching 20 markers in the first half along (17 in first quarter). Both teams started the game red hot from the field as they traded baskets, collect...   [read more]

    Kevin Yurkus
    Coach Yurkus leaves Can Tho Catfish - 3 months ago
    KEVIN YURKUS Thai coach Kevin Yurkus left defending champion Can Tho Catfish (VBA). He helped them to win the league title. Yurkus also coached for Mekong United (TBSL) in Thailand league. He has coached previously Thailand team Mad Goat. By Eurobasket Data Center Check also Complete Transfers List in Vietnam   [read more]


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    DeAngelo Hamilton signs at MAS Fes - 4 months ago  
    Macau rallies back versus Saigon to win second straight at home - 4 months ago  
    Zhuhai lands Michael Bell, ex Hanoi B. - 4 months ago  
    Trelleborg signs Zach Allmon, ex Danang D. - 5 months ago  
    Meralco-Pilipinas opens Champions Cup campaign with loss to Mono Vampire - 7 months ago  
    Asia-Basket.com All-Vietnamese VBA Awards 2018 - 7 months ago  
    Can Tho Catfish celebrate 2018 VBA title - 7 months ago  
    VBA Round 2 of Finals. Catfish register second straight win - 7 months ago  
    VBA Round 1 of Finals. Can Tho Catfish earn opening victory - 7 months ago  
    VBA Round 2 of Semi-Finals. Hanoi and Can Tho CF advance into Final - 8 months ago  
    VBA Round 1 of Semi-Finals. Thang Long and Can Tho register victories - 8 months ago  
    Bell's double-double lands him Interperformances Player of the Week award - 8 months ago  
    VBA Round 10: Saigon Heat beats Thang Long W. by one after a very close game - 8 months ago  
    Michael Bell gets MVP of the Week award for Vietnamese VBA (by Interperformances) - 8 months ago  
    VBA Round 9: Can Tho CF beats Saigon Heat in the most crucial game of the week - 8 months ago  
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