HFC won two straight while SOU lost Wilson and the game, two losses in a row.
This section is a copy of the Basketball Statistician’s Manual by FIBA. INTRODUCTION Following an initiative by several stakeholders of the global basketball family, the FIBA Statistics Manual that has existed since the early years of computed statistics, and that had been revised in 2005, has been completely reviewed and brought up to standards. The […]
No SBL games were played since the start of 2020, and very likely the League will remain hibernated for the rest of the year. In June 2006, the first game of Southorn Basketball Association tipped off at Western Park Sports Centre, which is called Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Sports Centre now, and the love […]
“Island East Sports Centre, which was commissioned in January 2001, is located at 52 Lei King Road, Sai Wan Ho (adjacent to the Hong Kong Film Archive). This is the first clubhouse type recreation centre managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. The Sports Centre provides a wide range of leisure facilities for booking […]
Happy Father’s Day! Especially to the basketball fathers! We cannot count them all, just you can see many already:
A team in yellow has just won two games in the NBA Finals and is now two wins away from being back-to-back champion. On the coming Sunday in Kowloon, another team in yellow will need only one victory to become champion again.
The League is now almost ten years old, and the statistical numbers have accumulated so much, while we may never say we are really professional statisticians, but at least besides fouls, points is the single most consistent and accurate statistics among all others.
The next Southorn Basketball League will begin in 2016 January and we are now looking forward to seeing 14 teams to play together again. It is now open for application.
Yet to lose in 2015, EMPEROR reached the final stage for a second straight time and will face another long-time friends-and-foes H.F.C. in the Final of Southorn Basketball League 2015.
Chow Man Chun (EMP #26) scored eight points in semifinal against Fluke and it was exactly his 600th points in Southorn Basketball League. He is the 4th player to the club joining Tabo Chak (HFC #92), Nikko Kwok (HFC #84) and Michael Chan (OMG #10).