Saigon Heat lost to Macau Black Bears in pity at ABL

Created 06 December 2018
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VietNamNet Bridge – Saigon Heat narrowly lost to Macau Black Bears 95-97 in the Asian Basketball League at Nanhai Gymnasium, China.
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Murphy Burnatowski (13) had an impressive contribution to Saigon Heat. - Photo tinthethao.com.vn


They attacked first as leading the game 17-9 after the first five minutes.

However, minutes later, the Bears got the ball and turned the match around at 30-27 as the first quarter ended.

Although Kyle Barone scored seven points, Murphy Burnatowski five points and Sang Dinh five, Saigon Heat were down 54-51.

In the third quarter the heat fought back but it wasn’t enough. 

Yet, the Bears showed they were not to be underestimated, as Anthony Tucker helped the host to even the gap.

All efforts of the Vietnam’s efforts were crashed thanks to a three-pointer by Nathan Yu and a dunk of Ryan Watkins helping the Bears win 97-95.

Saigon Heat will return to their home ground to meet Westsports Malaysia Dragons on December 9.


Source: Source: VNS - Bridge

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