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D.S.F. Tops T-REX, Leads Division

2009.02.23 17:40

D.S.F. Took a huge advantage in standing after winning over T-REX.

Mathew Wong shot 6 on 7 from the field for 13 points, Michael Chan had 9 points and 7 boards, Alex Li added 8 points and boards apiece. In a re-match of last season’s 3rd place game, D.S.F. again defeated T-REX, handed them a first loss while remained unbeaten.

T-REX did start the game a bit better, despite four lead changes and two ties. After the game was tied at 7-all, Chun Tung Hui made two foul shots and Vincent Siu scored two for a four-point lead. T-REX led 13-9 at the end of the first period.

T-REX were not able to score much in the second period, when they made only three field goals from the field on 10 attempts. The worse side of this is that they allowed D.S.F. to made 4 of six shots and got four shooting fouls. D.S.F. finished 5 on 8 at the line in that span, turned a four-point deficit to a five point lead at the break.

Wing Kit Tang had all his 7 field goals attempted in the first half, made only one of them and missed all three from deep.

T-REX failed to re-group and D.S.F. even extended their lead.

Vince Siu scored two straight team points to pull within 23-24 early in the third period, just before D.S.F. scored five straight points from Mathew Wong and Paris Chan to re-gain a six-point cushion. Mathew scored two more baskets and Mike Tse added one to turn a 5-0 run to a 11-1 spurt.

T-REX did not gave up yet.

Chris Chan made two three-pointers for six points, when T-REX pulled within 30-35. After Mathew scored four points and Michael added a pair of free throws for a 41-32 lead, Chung Ming Mok sandwiched ChunTung Hui’s three-pointers by five free throws. But that 7-0 run canno win time for them.

D.S.F. tried only three times from three-point range, while T-REX was 3-20 from deep. Both teams shot over 68% at the charity strip.

T-REX has their overall size reduced with Chi Yip Wong and Jonathan Poon both did not play.