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Dream Team Lost 3 In A Row, 38-50


Lai Ngai Fai (SPN #25) scored a game-high 17 points and helped Spartans to win 50-38 on Sunday and improved to 2-1. Desperately looking for a first win this season, the two-time champion Dream Team lost a third straight game this season.

Spartans pull away in second half, beat GRIZZ


Another semi-finalist last season also lost their first game of this year but GRIZZ was beaten by a new team Spartans 34-29.

SAMURAI Lost 5, Miss Playoffs


Chi Chiu Au’s 18 cannot save SAMURAI and the season. With the season on the line, SAMURAI probably had played the best game of the season. Unfortunately, they were still one step short and lost — its 5th straight — to the defending champion. Dream Team took a 47-42 victory over SAMURAI and improved to […]

Tabo’s buzzer beater shocked SAM


Tabo is not scoring as many as before, but is still one of the best. With 5 seconds left and the game is on the line, Tabo Chak caught an in-bound pass, drive to the basket in traffic and hit a jumper in front of Eric Ngai and James Kwan. This final basket of the […]

Around The League: January


Unbeaten T-REX leads League with a 3-0 record All three game days in the first month of 2009 are finished and all teams played their first game of the season. Here is a overview of what happened in January.

January Round-up: O4 in SBL


SAMURAI played the only game in January against GRIZZ, who had almost removed a 18-point deficit to complete a comeback. SAMURAI, who won 40-36,  had only 7 players available in the team’s season debut. Au Chiu and Eric Ngai scored 12 points each. The later added five boards but was fouled out in the final […]

Old Faces, New Teams


Two “Mings” (Dennis Chang and Lok Ming Sin) will play together in 2009. While many new faces are coming, roster changes come not only from outside. There are three current players going to play with new teammates this season.

Silent Night: M.I.X. And Match


Eric and SAMURAI revenged against M.I.B. finally, but not even a gaol attempt was needed. M.I.B. did not have five players to show up and the game was lost by forfeit (0:20). M.I.B. will finally have a chance to meet SOUTHORN Tigers in the series when they fight for the 3rd place on December 14 […]

WIL 42, DRE 40


Kenny Li and Wild Beasts did not want the game in overtime. With about 3 seconds left, Kim Fung Chan hit a game-tying free throw before missing the next, Dream Team failed to protect the board as Kenny Li grabbed the ball and put it to the basket as time expired. Wild Beasts took a […]