Already with two former M.I.B. on the team this year, SOUTHORN Tigers is mixed with another in Gilbert Fu for a second time in the first consolation game. Former SAMURAI Jackie Lai and former Chung Sing Lok Ming Sin helped Tigers to beat the short-handed Challengers 55-27. They followed it with another victory against D.S.F., […]
SAMURAI conclude 2008 with a victory over Explorers and win O4 series Chi Chiu Au scored a series-high 18 points and lead SAMURAI to a 38:26 victory over the once promising but short-handed G.T. Explorers. After losing the series debut, SAMURAI win three straight and become the winner of the O4 series.
SOUTHORN Tigers escaped from being losing a single game by a two-point victory against SAMURAI on the third day of Original Four 2014, become the winner this year.
Eric Leung (SAM #6) did not score 17 points or make five treys again, but his running layup put SAMURAI up by two points late in the 4th period, a lead he and teammates sustained and beat Explorers 33-29 in the second game of the Original Four series.
Leo Chow scored 12 of this a game-high 14 points in the final period to put GRIZZ atop the FLIGHT Division, and the loss ended SAMURAI‘s season in just the middle of May.
SAMURAI is on brink of elimination from play-offs after losing to D.S.F. 28-32 and dropping to 1-4 on Sunday.
SAMURAI played their best game this season but faced the toughest match-up against Dream Team. The 38-46 loss dropped them to 0-3 and is one of the only two win-less team in the FLIGHT Division.
LA Star failed to make free throws to keep and extend their lead early, but they hung on to get a first victory since joining the League.
Two games finished, two games to go. SOUTHORN Tigers (2-0) erased a 12-point third-period deficit and beat SAMURAI 37-34 in the second game of Original Four. Patrick Tse scored a game high 11 points and Benny Wong added four free throws in the final seconds to seal the win. Kelvin Ng scored 10 points and […]
Coming off the most lopsided loss in the season, G.T. Explorers re-grouped and scored a season-high 26 points. Still, SAMURAI is too much for them to handle.