Michael and Trojans hand Photon’s second loss in 2009 With each player playing all 40 minutes of the game, Photons — who had only five players available — almost erased a 13-point deficit and just missed a three-point shot at the end of the game before they lost 46-48 to Trojans.
Ah So and GRIZZ had their best game of the season against Photons, arguably the best team so far this season. Entering the game unbeaten, Photons looked simply flat while GRIZZ were playing their best basketball in the season for a 44-29 victory and topped the Division also with a 4-1 overall record.
Once upon a time (okay… it’s only just less than six years ago), Photons and Dream Team faced in the Final of Southorn Basketball League.
Avengers beat Photons 43-41 at Sheung Wan Sports Centre to stay alive in loser bracket and will face Dream Team on Aug 26 to fight back to Final.
Southorn Basketball Flag finally started yesterday at Shek Tong Tsui Sports Centre. Day One round-up.
Ming Yan back to earth, Harris was quiet, Photons still unbeaten. It does not matter when your team played a slugguish game, when your opponent is the same. Photons might have their worst game so far this season but on Sunday, they faced SAMURAI, who played not that good either, and took a 28-26 victory […]
It’s not easy to find words to describe the way Trojans played in this game. If a picture paints a thousand words, then there shall be numerous of ugly pictures of Trojans in this game, who failed to get on the board after the 1st period.
Chung Sing collapsed in the final period, was held scoreless and allowed 17 points as they lost for the second straight game despite a two-point lead to start the final period against Photons, who won 39-24 in the team’s season debut.