If just four teams can form a league, so the league is formed. The first season of Southorn Basketball League was a two-phase event with the four teams taking part in a single round-robin format, so they will fight for a “standing” (sorry, there is no “home-court” thus no advantage for that) before they enter […]
The first non-HK born player in Southorn Basketball Association is featured in the middle of the picture above. Of course, we are not talking about the one who is shooting the ball, even though he does have chestnut-coloured hair. Ever since the very first game hosted by the Association, we have had foreigners taking part, […]
G.T. Explorers is 0-2, but they still have time. G.T. Explorers was idle since they missed the second game in the season on January 27 against H.F.C., who is finally also back in real action on Sunday (March 30) at Harbour Road Sports Centre. It means both teams will return to hardwood since they lost […]
New face Dream Team took a first victory for themselves and the first win in 2008 of S.B.L. as they looked Barton Lai’s potential winning three-pointer missed for G.T. Explorers in a 25-23 season opener.
The year of 2007 is going to end, before the 2008 arrives, let us look back for the top 10 stories around our own hoops world this year. M.I.B. handed SAMURAI the league’s greatest upset.
Another season of the young S.B.L. is coming, the league expanded again, this season from 12 teams to 14. Teams are again divided into two divisions, FLIGHT and FORCE like last season. Seven teams will play in each division in a round robin format before the playoffs. It will be more competitive this year, since […]
G.T. Explorers won for the first time in four meetings against M.I.B. despite a scoreless final period and took a second spot in FLIGHT division entering the playoffs.
Being another team with only seven players dressed in the same evening, V’s fought hard through foul trouble and just couldn’t avoid the team’s third straight loss as G.T. Explorers edged them 27-22 and took a good position for being the number one team in the division with a 3-0 record.
Bryant Chan was scoreless and the Challengers cannot score more than four points in any period. The Wild Beasts come to a 1-1 situation easily as they routed the opponent in a 31-21 victory against Challengers, who lost all the three games in the season.
Michael Killeen is not going to let his team down. The G.T. Explorers’ guard-forward made a tough jumper before the time expired and beat SOUTHORN Tigers 28-27 in may be one of the most exciting games in the young league history.