Ming Yan back to earth, Harris was quiet, Photons still unbeaten. It does not matter when your team played a slugguish game, when your opponent is the same. Photons might have their worst game so far this season but on Sunday, they faced SAMURAI, who played not that good either, and took a 28-26 victory […]
The surging Photons won 44-33 over D.S.F. who played without Benson Kwong for a sprained ankle and this 4th win in a row for the Orange gave them a significant advantage in taking a top seed into the playoffs.
For the third time in league history, two teams topped the 40-point mark and the 92 combined points easily ranked third of all-time. Behind Wilson Chow’s double-double and Benny Wong’s 13, the Tigers overcome Harris Wong’s personal best 20 points, beat Photons 48-44 and became the 2nd Runner Up of the season.
Having lost two straight games before the playoffs begins, Photons snapped streak in the first round by a 33-30 victory against V’s, who lost for the first time after they took big wins in the past two games.
H.F.C. could not get away in any means from Photons, one of the new teams in this season, until Tabo Chak took over in the final period.
Some players never change teams, some do. Several HOOPS.HK players are now playing for their third (or more) teams.
Brought to Southorn Basketball Association by former M.I.B. Simon Chan (#4), Mystery is another new team in 2013.
Last year, we pushed the enrollment deadline for the Southorn Basketball Flag for a week when we were still waiting for the 8th team to join. This year, we have now seven teams paid before the month of June has even arrived. I think we don’t need to wait for too long this time, right?
Five teams joined Flag, three to go.
M.I.B. erased a six-point deficit in the final period and handed G.T. Explorers a third loss and the 38-34 victory lift the men in black to the overall second place in Original Four 2012.