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Missing Stars


Most of us should know, what is the feeling watching your teammates playing on the court but you are there just unable to take part.

SAM beat GRI, Leo’s 22 wasted


Leo Chow scored 20 of his game-high 22 points, also a personal best, against SAMURAI in the first three periods but GRIZZ lost to SAMURAI 37-42 on Sunday.

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 […]

GTE Stunned Sluggish SAM


Chiu and teammates watch the loss from courtside. Enter the season with promising start, SAMURAI defeat GRIZZ before they lost to Photons, but a 20-point effort is certainly not enough to handle the improved G.T. Explorers, who don’t even won an SBL game in last ten.

Au's 18 Help SAMURAI Beat Explorers, Win O4 Series


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.



Having Eric Leung and James Kwan at the centre of the team, SAMURAI is composed of Raimondians in Dennis Chang, Dennis Chan, Ernest Chan and Michael Chan. Also joined the team are Jack Chiu, Eric’s class-mate. While Jackie Lai, younger brother of another Raimondian Patrick Lai, brought his friend William Wong to the team, Dennis […]

SAM 27, MIB 28


Tim Cheung had his own 6-0 run against SAMURAI to start the game, hit also the final six points for his team including the final basket with two seconds left and gave M.I.B. a first victory of the season in what thought to be their last game before next season begins.

WIL 11, SAM 40


Despite statistical variations, SAMURAI took a 40-11 victory in the final game before playoffs and confirmed the standing of FORCE division. SAMURAI will play against M.I.B. in three consecutive seasons in the playoffs but the first time not in a 3rd place game. Wild Beasts ranked 5th and will face SOUTHORN Tigers in the first […]

SAM 36, MIB 23


SAMURAI faced another one-point deflicit against the M.I.B., fortunately, for only one half.