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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 SM Beermen 14-3 
     2 Hong Kong ELL 12-9 
     3 Saigon H. 11-8 
     4 Formosa D. 10-6 
     5 Singapore S. 10-7 
     6 CLS Knights 9-10 
     7 Macau 8-7 
     8 Westports MD 6-9 
     9 Mono Vampire 5-12 
     10 Zhuhai 2-16 
    Full Standings
    Last:2/16/2019
    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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    Round 19 (Regular Season)

    Formosa D. 65% Feb.17 Westports M
    SM Beermen 95% Feb.17 Zhuhai
    Chan Siu Wing Ignites Eastern Past the Saigon Heat - Feb 2, 2019


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    Siu Wing
    Chan
    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, collectively shooting over 60 percent in the first two quarters. The game turned into what looked like a showdown of offensive basketball until the end where each side had only made one trip to the foul line during the first half. Saigon managed to stay close as they also scored over 20 points each in the first three periods while limiting Hong Kong to only 21 and 19 in the second and third quarters respectively, after giving up 32 in the opening 10 minutes. This effort includes a 14-2 run in the beginning of the second quarter that temporarily regained the lead for the Heat, and a 10-0 one at the end of the third quarter to cut Hong Kong's biggest lead of the game 12 points to only three going into the last 10 minutes. But a bloody nose at the end of the third that forced Heat's center Kyle Barone (203-C-89, college: Idaho) (22 points, 11 rebounds, 60 percent shooting) to leave the game early, while a minor leg injury of TreVon Hughes (185-PG-87, college: Wisconsin) that kept him on the bench for the majority of the fourth quarter that saw them struggling to match up against a deeper home squad, eventually failing to avoid their second loss in a row. Hughes did not have a great game shooting-wise as he finished with 16 points on 26 percent shooting, but his six boards and 10 dimes were critical for Saigon in their runs. On the other hand, Murphy Burnatowski (196-PF-91, college: Colgate) had 19 points on an efficient 72 percent shooting from inside the paint, while Chris Dierker (196-F, college: Madonna) added 10 points and seven rebounds. Saigon's bench also outscored Hong Kong's, 12 to three, most of which was contributed by sharpshooter Corey Cillia (eight points). On the other side, despite not being efficient from the floor, both Marcus Elliott (191-G-84, college: Louisiana Tech) and O'Darien Bassett (189-G-86, college: Troy) did wonderful things for their team in other aspects. The former World Import MVP Elliot almost had another triple double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists, while Bassett put up a double double of 22 points and 10 assists. Samuel Deguara (223-C-91) took full advantage of Barone's early foul trouble and absence later on to have a monster game with 23 points, 17 rebounds and two blocks on 78 percent shooting. Hong Kong Eastern (10-8) will look to move up from their current place at the fifth spot when they host the Macau Black Bears on the 2nd of Febuary. Meanwhile, third placed Saigon will continue their long road trip on Sunday against the defending champions San Miguel Alab Pilipinas.
    Courtesy of: aseansports.com   




    Siu Wing
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