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Chung Sing rout Sluggish Tigers 45-36


Chung Sing rout SOUTHORN Tigers 46-35 in 2012 debut.

Tigers Edged Chung Sing, Snapped Losing Streak


Terence Chan and Wilson Chow lift Tigers past Chung Sing in a 42-40 victory.

Chung Sing Stunned New-Look SAMURAI


SAMURAI got three new players, a new uniform and look, but not a good new start as they lost 22-34 in the season opener to Chung Sing.

Chung Sing failed in final fight


Facing the division leading Trojans, Chung Sing fought hard enough to make it a game for three periods but still fell short to make playoffs after a 34-50 loss which ended the team’s 2010 season.

DSF snapped 3-game losing streak


Down by three-point early in the final period and seeing Michael Chan left the court briefly after his ankle mildly sprained, Benson Kwong scored all his six points from the field and Alex Li had four in the span which helped to snap a three-game losing streak for D.S.F. in a 44-38 victory over Chung […]

Challengers Beat Buzzer, Chung Sing


Chun Lam hit a three-point shot right before the game end. Challengers won its first game this season in the last seconds after Chun Lam hit from deep and beat Chung Sing 32-30. Down by one with just more than ten seconds, Lok Ming Sin had the ball. He scored on an layup and took […]

Chung Sing Taste First Win In Season Debut


After losing all six games as an expansion in 2008, Chung Sing start a new year with a 28-18 victory over Wild Beasts. Kwok Fu Chung hit three treys for nine points, Lok Ming Sin added eight for the team, who missed playoffs last season.

Best Original Four Yet


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.

Nikko Double-Double, HFC Rout SOU 50-33


HFC won two straight while SOU lost Wilson and the game, two losses in a row.

CHU now 5-0, RYD and SOU still winless


[ Mar 11 Round-Up ] Chung Sing now 5-0, Ryders and SOUTHORN Tigers still win-less