There’s been much speculation on the Mono Vampires joining the ASEAN Basketball League this season with plenty of supporting evidence. Since it seems like we’re inching closer to a rumor turning into a reality, let’s look at what that might mean. Continue reading Mono Vampires Coming Back to Life in the ABL?
The ABL released a subtle (but also not so subtle) teaser, leaving us to #GuessWhatsComing. Here’s our best shot at #GuessingWhatsComing.
Now that we have the SEA Games in the rear view mirror (congrats, Philippines) we can start looking forward to next big thing in ASEAN Basketball: The ASEAN Basketball League!
While nothing is officially set in stone, we think it’s safe to say that there be some new (and old?) faces this upcoming season.
After a successful season in the National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC) with the London Lighting, Kyle Julius is ready to take his talents to the Heat.
The ASEAN Basketball League rarely gets any midseason player movement buzz and all for a very good reason: good players are usually picked up in the offseason and are rarely let go during the season. Continue reading Wild Imagination: Where to Next, Joshua?
I hinted around at some ABL player in movement in my recent ABL Round Up and surely enough, some of those moves were confirmed on the ASEAN Basketball League twitter account.
Races are fun. Continue reading ASEAN Basketball League MVP Race: Week 9
Wow. I didn’t realize I was gone for this long. Continue reading ASEAN Basketball League Round Up: THE RETURN
I’ll be honest, I had no knowledge whatsoever about the basketball scene in Hong Kong. In retrospect, maybe I should have paid more attention.
The offseason made it look like a promising season for the Saigon Heat. They resigned Lenny Daniel, David Arnold, and Stefan Nguyen. They snapped Chris Charles. They got an exciting athletic wing in Joshua Munzon. They had a load of well-performing locals in the VBA to choose from. This was supposed to be championship-contending season. Which makes their three-game losing streak to start the season a bit surprising.