MVP: The return of Danny Ho helped a lot, but simply Avengers did not have answer to Jonathan Poon, who made four of his seven shots for his game-high 11 points. He added five rebounds and some other appearances that cannot be reflected on the box score.
Already the defending champions, hot hands from Otto Chan (MAY #2) and Jonathan Poon (MAy #44) lift MA YING for a second straight win in 2013 as they beat Spartans 46-33.
Tony Lau scored 12 points after Mok left game as MAY advance to 2nd round.
Chung Ming Mok (MAY #11) poured 18 points with four three-pointers and helped MA YING to beat H.F.C. in Semi-Final at Smithfield Sports Centre and will try to be champion again against the same team last year.
MA YING showed their contender form again with a full team to beat Wyverns 32-25 on Sunday. They are now ranked 2nd in the division, however, only until Photons or H.F.C. show up in their next game.
With four usual starters not with team, MA YING lost 17-44 against Photons.
In a re-match of 2010’s Final, MA YING allowed only 23 points from Trojans while scoring 42 to win this year’s season début.
MA YING is the new team this season, and they now have the chance to become a new champion too. Winning in a 45-35 match-up against GRIZZ, MA YING will face Trojans in Final on June 13 at Shek Tong Tsui Sports Centre.
Six players scored 5 or more points to lead a balanced attack for MA YING to rout SAMURAI in a 45-24 victory. Jackie Lai and Patrick Lai each scored 8 points in another sluggish performance which is not enough to help them win a second playoff game.
Chung Ming Mok scored 22 points and MA YING held Challengers to only a dismal six first half points as the new SBL team moved to the second place in FLIGHT Division entering playoffs after a 56-33 victory on Sunday.